by Lawrence Wu
Q: What’s something that you’ve hidden from each other?
A: This ring!
Q: What’s something you wish you hadn’t hidden from someone?
A: My kids. It’s a long story.
Q: What’s the best cover-up you’ve done?
A: I make sure he does “it” in the bushes.
Q: What’s something that you’ve tried to cover up before?
Well, I wear a hijab, so it covers my hair and my neck. That’s my definition of modesty, but I know my other Islam friends have other definitions for covering up. At the end of the day, it’s your definition that counts.
Q: What’s something that you’ve tried hiding from before?
A: I don’t hide from anything.
Q: What’s the worst thing you’ve tried to cover up?
I’m a graduate teacher, so I have to go to faculty meetings. But I try not to go to them. Faculty meetings aren’t really a waste of time, because that would hurt some people’s feelings. But I try not to go to them.
Q: Then what do you say to someone that was expecting you there?
Oh, I was doing research work!
Q: What’s something you regret hiding?
A: I don’t really hide things. I’m pretty much an open book.