Carrie Bremer

{“Carrie and Uncle” in the morning — KCLR 99.3 FM}
Saturday, March 17, 2007 | 12:00 a.m. CDT; updated 8:07 p.m. CDT, Monday, July 21, 2008
Carrie Bremer

It may not be fashionable, but I still love my ...

Gray yoga pants. My sister bought them for me while I was pregnant with my first child and then I wore them again while I was pregnant a second time and we were redoing the house, so they have paint all over them.

If I could be someone other than me for a day, I’d be ...

This is such a female answer and my co-host is going to make fun of me for it, but Oprah. I think she’s such a hard worker, and she deserves everything she has.

When I was little, I wanted to be ...

A teacher. All throughout grade school I wanted to be a teacher because I had so many influential teachers and I thought that they were great, so I wanted to do what they did.

I think that the best invention ever is ...

Disposable diapers. I can’t imagine what our parents went through. Also underwire bras and minivans.

My guilty pleasure is ...

“Project Runway.” Also, I watch pro-wrestling on Monday nights with my husband for all the hot guys... I mean for the entertainment.

If I could only take three things on a deserted island with me, I’d take ...

Matches, Ty Pennington (to build stuff), and my iPod, though the battery wouldn’t last long.

My favorite place in Columbia is ...

The Courthouse Square/the patio at Boone Tavern. My mom has worked at the courthouse for 25 years and as Midwestern of a town as Columbia is, there’s a lot of interesting people that go through there. It’s a great place to people watch.

My biggest fear is ...

That something will happen to my children that’s out of my control. I can handle them being sick, but any harm that I can’t fix, I can’t stand.

My favorite quote is ...

“Ancora Imparo.” Michelangelo said it and it means “I am still learning.”

My favorite book to read over and over is ...

“A Tree Grows in Brooklyn.” It was written in the 1940s, and it’s about a little girl’s life and struggle.

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