Peg Orcherton.

15 Questions: With Peg Orcherton, Greater Victoria School District board trustee

15 Questions: With Peg Orcherton, Greater Victoria School District board trustee

1. It’s Sunday morning, what are you having for breakfast?

A cup of double espresso, small glass of V8 juice, scrambled eggs with real parmesan cheese and orange slices.

2. If you didn’t do what you did for a living, what would you be?

Hopefully something artistic or working with rehabbing wild animals.

3. What’s playing in your music player right now?

Pink and Michael Jackson (gets me moving!)

4. What’s your biggest pet peeve?

Illegal dumping and ‘free’ stuff on boulevards.

5. What’s the best thing about living in Victoria?

Coming home after being away.

6. What’s your favourite movie(s)?

The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel.

7. Which person, alive or dead, would you have dinner with?

Dame Maggie Smith.

8. What’s your favourite vacation destination?

I don’t know yet — still lots of places to go.

9. If you could have one super power, what would it be?

Telepathy.

10. What’s the one thing you haven’t done that you’d love to do?

Travel to Italy and the Mediterranean.

11. If you could see one concert, what would it be?

Pink; my other favourites are deceased.

12. What is your favourite TV show?

Law & Order SVU; Netflix — House of Cards.

13. What’s your dream car?

1963 Jaguar Mark 2.

14. What is your favourite place to dine?

Il Terrazzo for special occasions; or Glo (especially when the weather is good and you can sit out on the patio).

15. What are your words to live by?

Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.

 

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