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Feb 4, 2023Liked by Lisa Hirst Carnes

It would have to be my grandma I never got to talk to her before and my mom always talks about her. I would’ve loved to know her personally.

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Jan 27, 2023Liked by Lisa Hirst Carnes

At this time, i would like to walk with my mom when she was healthy. She has been gone for a while as we lost her to dementia and years later she passed. Going through severe health issue with no family in the USA is very difficult.

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This is so hard to decide! Im going with Julia Louis-Dreyfus. From her Elaine days to Selena, her work is some of the best in comedy. She’s also so generous, smart and down to earth. I think we’d be fast friends

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Jan 27, 2023Liked by Lisa Hirst Carnes

Jill Larsen. She was an acupuncturist in the cities. She also taught at Northwestern Health Sciences University. She was working on an acupuncture program for kids through Children’s Hospital. There is a bench dedicated to her on the east side of Isles.

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Jan 27, 2023Liked by Lisa Hirst Carnes

florence pugh. she is my favorite actress and i’ve heard she is an absolutely lovely human. i think that we’d have lots of laughs and become friends!

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Jan 26, 2023Liked by Lisa Hirst Carnes

Makes sense he would be an improviser. I think it'd be interesting to hear his ideas about making things and how his ideas evolved.

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Jan 26, 2023Liked by Lisa Hirst Carnes

I would walk with Mozart. His genius, his cavalier attitude, his royal-adjacent upbringing...it's all so curious to me.

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Jan 26, 2023Liked by Lisa Hirst Carnes

I’d love to have a conversation with Julia Child. A true pioneer for women.

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Jan 25, 2023Liked by Lisa Hirst Carnes

I’d like to take a walk with Eleanor Roosevelt because she was an inspirational badass.

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Jan 25, 2023Liked by Lisa Hirst Carnes

Right now, I'd choose Neil Gaiman. I'd like to learn more about how he approaches writing and finds inspiration.

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Like I said above, my answer changes to this question ALL. THE. TIME. Today, I'd like to walk with David Crosby. RIP. I've always loved his songwriting and he was pretty funny on Twitter too. A couple of days ago we started working on a cover of Guinnevere. At one point, he said it was his "best" song.

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