MEET YOUR NEIGHBOR: Elizabeth Ross, 20, Grass Valley
How long I’ve lived in Nevada County: Sixteen years.
Why I like living here: Because it smells nice and isn’t too Yuppie. Plus we have a round-a-bout!
What I do in my spare time: Watch TV, cook, surf the Internet, play video games.
My family: My mom, dad and Aaron, Hannah, Jessamy, Lukas, Benny and Isaac.
Best friend: I don’t have best friends, but my closest are my sisters.
Favorite food: Pesto.
Pets: A dog named Pippen.
Job: I have two jobs – one at Uptown Burrito and the other at Sierra Cinemas.
What I like about my job: Well, Uptown is cool; the cinema is really fun. What I like best there is Morgan.
What I would change about my job: At Uptown, I would take out the security cameras. At the cinema, I wouldn’t change anything.
The best job I ever had: Grinders.
If I won a million: I’d start my own business.
My favorite vacation: Disneyland.
My dream vacation: Truckee.
My greatest accomplishment: Beating Zelda, link to the past.
What I’d change about the world: There would be no abortion or any other types of merciless killing.
The most important lessons I’ve learned: How to clean the popcorn kettle.
The people who have made the biggest difference in my life: My parents and Jesus Christ.
My hero: Mel Gibson.
The best book I’ve read recently: “The Onion.”
My personal theme song: “Mizzundastood,” by Pink.
Favorite TV show: “SpongeBob SquarePants.”
A movie I’d recommend: “Some Kind of Wonderful.”
What you should know about me: I collect Barbies.
A secret I’ve never told anyone: ………………..
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