a call for questions

I love reading FAQ's on other's blogs and decided to do one of my own. First of all, I don't get asked a lot a Q's....(except what film I use, which I will totally answer!) so you can ask ANYTHING you want. it can be about art, love, photography, anxiety, hair, teaching, marriage, health, religion, goals, fears, whatever.

So whaddayawannaknow?!

You can comment, or email me at cathorley@gmail.com


  1. -You once said that you and Brandon's first date went kind of terribly. Would you care to expound on that?

    -Did you start college with the plan to become an art teacher? Do you have any other art-related goals?

    -Have you ever taken "The Color Code" test? What color are you?

  2. Most embarassing moment?

    Greatest fear?

    Baby names? (!!!!!!!!HAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!!)

  3. First of all, hi! I always enjoy reading your posts and looking at your photos. You're just really relatable (to me). These may not be FREQUENTLY asked questions, but here goes:
    1. As a child, what did you want to be when you grew up?
    2. List a couple of your favorite art classes that you've taken. And why are they your faves?
    3. What does your husband do/study?

  4. You mention from time to time that you eat a vegan diet, how long have you done this? Why did you decide to make that change? Do you enjoy it? Was it hard at first? What's your go to breakfast, lunch, dinner, or snack?

    Do you have a "fitness routine" and if so, what do you do for exercise?

    Do you have or want any pets?

    Do you think you and Brandon will always stay in Utah?

    With such busy schedules how do you and Brandon stay connected? I've been married since 2009 and every once in while when things are really busy I find myself thinking back to when we were dating and newly in love and it felt like we had all the time in the world to be together and now it gets harder and harder to find that one on one time.

    Love your blog and always look forward to reading your posts.


  5. I really like when you talk about your marriage. So maybe this doesn't have to be in a FAQ, I just like your opinion :)
    What are some things that surprised you the most (good or bad) after you got married?
    What advice would you give to those who are dating or engaged and figuring out if they should get hitched?
    Why is marriage hard?
    Why is marriage worth the sacrifice?
    How do you still be an individual, at the same time as becoming one with your spouse?
    What is one of your favorite things about being married?

    You're great!

  6. Yeah I still just want to know what kind of film you used in the last post!!

  7. Where do you see yourself in 5 & 10 years?

  8. If you could bring someone back to life, whether they be famous or family, who would you bring back and why?

  9. What is your family like?

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