May Claire Enriquez Pulumbarit
Where are you from?
Immigrant from Philippines, 19 years in Grande Prairie,
Early bird, or night owl?
Late night person, you sleep when you die.
What’s the worst hairstyle you’ve ever had?
Don’t care about hairstyle, as long as hair is pulled back away from my face.
How would you describe the way you dance?
It is a goal.
Would you rather never be able to use emojis again or never be able to spell correctly again?
Wrong spelling hurts, like a knife stabbed on my head, so I would choose the former.
When was the last time you did something impulsive and lived to regret it?
Selling 4 of my Birkins in one year, and not being able to find the same 4 anywhere. It is brutal.
If you could eat only one type of food for a year — breakfast, lunch, and dinner — what would you choose?
My grandma’s famous “daludal”.
How long do you think you’d survive in a zombie apocalypse?
I’ll blend in.
How do you hang toilet paper: over or under?
OVER…omg! It has to be!
What’s your biggest accomplishment?
Being the person I am today.
What has been most influential in your life so far?
My Aunt Myrna
What are you most proud of?
I am proud of my husband who gives me this incessant motivation to be better than what I was, my rock
and my inspiration, and my daughter who is the kindest being that she is.
What’s the greatest challenge you overcame?
Leaving my husband and my life in Canada to go to law school in Australia.
Best piece of advice you’ve ever received?
When you’re dead, you’re done. Live a life of memories that cuts deep, where the traces of love, kindness,
smile and courage lives on to all the people who knew you.
What are you really terrible at?
Procrastination. I may be running out of adrenaline.
What show are you most likely to binge-watch, or movie you’ll re-watch?
Friends and Suits to binge watch. LOTR and Star Wars.
The Great Outdoors, or The Great Home Theatre?
The Great Home Theatre
What’s the best book you’ve read recently?
The Queen of Paris: A novel of Coco Chanel by Pamela Ewen.
If you could go to dinner with any person, living, dead, or fictional, who would it be?
My late grandpa.