Q AND A: Business owner's new law has everyone smiling
WE ALL have our thoughts on how the world could be a better place.
Everyone has their differing views on various topics relating to our region and the world around us.
We have all had different backgrounds and different journeys though this thing called life.
We've all had triumphs, we've all learnt lessons, but most of all, we have all got a remarkable story to share.
In this weekly feature, we ask residents of the South Burnett ten interesting questions about the highs and lows of their lives.
This week's Q and A responses come from former Kingaroy business owner, Dianne Smith.
1/ What is something you resent paying for?
Water. No one wants to drink our tap water.
2/ What is the best advice you have ever received?
Breathe, it'll all be okay. My daughter gave me that advice.
3/ What do you do to relax?
4/ What is one thing you would struggle to quit?
Coffee, I get a headache if I don't drink a cup of coffee.
5/ What do you wish you knew when you were younger?
Life gets better. It gets better as you get older.
6/ What is the worst injury you've had and how did it happen?
I nearly cut the tip off my finger and had to get it sewed up. Now it is numb. I was cutting onions. My onion slicer was broken so I decided to do it with a knife. I sat on the floor because I was by myself and I thought I was going to faint.
7/ What would your friends say is your worst habit?
Sneaking up on people. Apparently I sneak up, but I think I just walk fast.
8/ What is the nicest thing someone has ever done for you?
Cooked a meal and turned up at the door when I was a new mum. Or for no reason at all they have just turned up with a cake.
9/ If you could write a new law, what would it be?
Everybody should smile.
10/ What do you do when you have 30 minutes free?
Google permaculture. I like to read about permaculture. We are trying to be self-sufficient.