Reader of the week: Tessie Cayanan

We chat to Tessie Cayanan from Marayong

Three people I would love to invite to dinner: Dalai Lama, Oprah Winfrey and Bill Gates

The best advice I ever received was: Better to give than to receive

The most amazing thing I’ve ever done is: Migrated to Australia, lived/worked in the United States and travelled the world

 If I was down to my last $10 I would  spent it on: Chocolates

 My greatest fear is: Getting sick and being helpless

My fantasy job is: Ballet dancer

 If I could have a super power it would be:

A magic wand to get me to a beautiful place where I want to be at a particular time

My favourite phrase is...You can’t please everybody

My hidden talent is: I am very artistic

If I could travel back in time, I would love to see/meet: John and Jacqueline Kennedy

The one thing I will never throw out: “The Last Supper of the Lord” Old Figurine

 True love is unconditional love

My last meal would be  Lobster Mornay

My first car was:   4-door Volkswagen way back in 1979

 I’m always being asked: To listen to personal problems

My most embarrassing moment was...Turning up to a party the day after       

What people may not know about me is: My positive attitude: We can do it

Weirdest thing in my glove box: toothpick

My biggest fashion faux pas was: Wearing my blouse inside out

 I wish I hadn’t: Walked in a lane in San Francisco on a windy cloudy day with an open umbrella like the movie character, Mary Poppins except I fell hard in the middle of the street    

My earliest memory is: First movie, “The Ten Commandments” at age 7 with my Dad in the big city

On my bedside table is: My typed prayer to the Holy Spirit

People say I look like: Somebody else they know

A movie I think everyone should see: My Fair Lady

 In the future: go on a holiday to the Moon, perhaps

Favourite book as a child: Cinderella