Reader of the week: Basima Al Nabhan

The Sun's reader of the week is Basima Al Nabhan from the Cumberland Women's Health Centre.

Picture: Natalie Roberts

Picture: Natalie Roberts

Three people I would love to invite to dinner: Will Smith, Delta Goodrom, and Channing Tatum.

The best advice I ever received was: To live life not to fix your past, nor to perfect your future but to live in the moment as you will not get that back.

The most amazing thing I’ve ever done is: Spent a week away with my best friend

If I was down to my last $10 I would spent it on: Food, preferably chocolate

My greatest fear is: Anything small and fast, particularly cockroaches!

My fantasy job is: My current job now, which is to continue to help others and provid the appropriate support.

If I could have a super power it would be:To bring peace to the world

My favourite phrase is... Don’t count your chickens before they’re hatched  

My hidden talent is: Great singer, kidding I am horrible! But I do love karaoke 

If I could travel back in time, I would love to see/meet: Imam Ali, an Islamic historical figure.

The one thing I will never throw out: My personal diary

True love is… When you meet the person that treats you like their other half, makes you smile when you a feeling down, gives you the opportunity to fly and succeed, and most importantly respects and cares for you at all times. True love is not someone you can live with but someone who you do not want to live without.

My last meal would be: Fruit Salad

My first car was:  A red Barina. 

I’m always being asked: What nationality I am.

My most embarrassing moment was... When I did not realise I put my fork inside my drink rather than on my plate on my first date with my husband.

What people may not know about me is: I still love watching Disney movies.

Weirdest thing in my glove box: Nothing weird, just my insurance document.

My biggest fashion faux pas was: Don’t want to sound judgmental but I dislike rat tails as a hair style.

I wish I hadn’t: Stayed up late last night as I always regret it the next morning

My earliest memory is: With my siblings playing in the backyard on the swing and our dog trying to push us.

On my bedside table is:  A photo frame of my parent’s on their wedding day.

People say I look like: My mum

A movie I think everyone should see: Finding Nemo

In the future… I hope to continue to work in the helping professional, continue to have strong relationships with my loved ones and lead a positive life.

Favourite book as a child: The Very Hungry Caterpillar

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