Reader of the week

We chat to Claire Grundy from Bridges, Blacktown.

12.06.2014. Photo: Natalie Roberts. Pic of Claire Grundy for reader of the week

12.06.2014. Photo: Natalie Roberts. Pic of Claire Grundy for reader of the week

Three people I would love to invite to dinner: Jennifer Saunders, Deb Summerhayes (director of high schools, western Sydney) and Catherine Tate.

The best advice I ever received: You are better than nobody and nobody is better than you.

The most amazing thing I've ever done: Had a baby.

My fantasy job: A veterinarian.

My favourite phrase: Don't sweat the small stuff.

The one thing I will never throw out: Photos.

True love is . . . Motherhood.

My last meal would be: Mum's tuna casserole.

My first car was: A white Mitsubishi Lancer with a hole in the passenger floor covered up with a floor mat.

My biggest fashion faux pas: Big hair and shoulder pads — but it was 1988.

I wish I hadn't . . . Told the real estate agent about the big rats we had in our house that we were trying to sell. (I was five.)

My earliest memory: Holidays with my mum and dad. I think I was about three or four.

On my bedside table: A plaque that says DREAM.

People say I look like: Miranda Kerr's neighbour's sister.

A movie I think everyone should see:

The Sound of Music.

In the future . . . I want to live on acreage and have some orphaned animals.

Favourite book as a child: The Chronicles of Narnia.

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