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Selfie Saturday

March 22, 2014

Teresa Ousley

Teresa Ousley, of Columbia City, was born in Louisville, Ky.
She is a stay at home mom, and in her free time, she goes to church, draws, and volunteers at different places and events. She has lived in Columbia City for eight years.

P&M: What is your favorite wild animal?
Ousley: “A tiger”
P&M: What do you love about living in Whitley County?
Ousley: “I see someone I know everywhere I go.”
P&M: If you could go back to high school, what would you do differently?
Ousley: “I would be more out going.”
P&M: What’s one word you would use to describe yourself?
Ousley: “Caring”
P&M: If given the opportunity, what would your DJ name be?
Ousley: “Spinderella”
P&M: What actress would best be suited to portray you in a movie?
Ousley: “Julianne Moore”
P&M: If you had to pick a new first name, what would it be?
Ousley: “Nicole.”
P&M: What’s your favorite movie?
Ousley: “My favorite move is the ‘Titanic.’”
P&M: What’s your favorite quote or saying?
Ousley: “‘Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much,’ by Helen Keller”
P&M: What country would you like to travel to?
Ousley: “I would love to travel to Australia.”
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