Day In The Life: Myriah Dittmar

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Day In The Life: Myriah Dittmar

Myriah in one of her stellar senior pictures.

Myriah in one of her stellar senior pictures.

PHOTO COURTESY CLAIRE STUBBS

Myriah in one of her stellar senior pictures.

PHOTO COURTESY CLAIRE STUBBS

PHOTO COURTESY CLAIRE STUBBS

Myriah in one of her stellar senior pictures.

PJ Sills, Managing Editor

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InFlight: What is your favorite hobby or pastime?

MD: “My favorite hobby is sleeping, because I don’t get enough of it, and when I have free time, I sleep. My friends will ask me if I want to hang out, and I’ll say, ‘sorry, I’m sleeping'”.

InFlight: What is your favorite part about ARHS?

MD: “The culture, it’s a very connected school and I feel like everyone has a voice, compared to other high schools”.

InFlight: What do you plan to do after high school?

MD: “Right now, I’m debating between going to PLU because I have an opportunity for a full ride and Pierce Community College in Puyallup to pursue a degree in journalism, and transfer to WSU after two years”.

InFlight: Walk me through your regular daily routine.

MD: “I wake up at 6:30, and then leave my house at 6:45 every morning for ASB at 7:00. After school I usually go home, play with my dog, and then usually go to work at Taco Time in Lakeland for a solid five hours”.

InFlight: If you could have one superpower what would it be?

MD: “It’s not a superpower, it’s a superpower item. I want Hermione’s time-turner necklace, because do you know how much I could get done? Or it could just give me time to procrastinate more”.

InFlight: Who are some of your favorite music artists and why?

MD: “Marc E. Bassy because all of his music is kind of rap, but it’s very soulful”.

InFlight: favorite meal or restaurant?

MD: “Probably Panda Express, and I’d get fried rice and orange chicken”.

InFlight: Who in your life would you consider to be your greatest inspiration?

MD: “My old ski racing coach, Shep Snow, because he basically taught me everything I know, not only about the sport, but also how to succeed in things, no matter how difficult things may seem, and that practice makes perfect”.

InFlight: If you were to meet someone new, and you’d want them to know one thing and one thing only about yourself, what would you want them to know?

MD: “I would definitely want them to know that I am very passionate about what I do, no matter what it is”.