Five Questions: Misha

Five Questions - Misha

Meet Misha.

What is the most beautiful thing you’ve ever seen or experienced?

Oh, I think Iceland’s landscapes are the best, and like, they’re so moving and touching. I would say this is the most beautiful place I have ever seen. They are so abstract in a way, it’s nature obviously, but it looks like it wouldn’t be on earth, but somewhere else like maybe a moon. And then you get to see a lot of, like, rainbows. For example, in one day you can like three or four rainbows which is really rare and beautiful. I like rainbows. I really enjoyed [my] trip and the place and I really want to be back for sure.

What is one thing you wish people knew about you?

Maybe that I’m imaginative. And I have really abstract thinking. But, like, I feel it’s my strength, but I [don’t] necessarily want everybody to know it. So this question is tricky because it doesn’t like, it’s not, uh. Hmmm… So I’m not sure. [Laughs]

What is the most memorable pain you’ve ever felt?

So I think the most emotional pain is after losing people you love. So a loss, an experience of loss. I lost my brother. So it was I think the most, probably…not probably, it was the most painful experience I had.

Who is the most important person in your life?

It’s hard to pick like one, obviously I’m really close to my sister and my dad. So I would pick them at the moment. And my grandma was, but she’s not alive any more. 

What will you miss the most when you’re gone?

Hmmm…So many things. But the most. The most… Great dreams. And flavors. Yeah. And views. And art. A lot of things, but I think…and all the people. No, I think people I love and my friends.

Steve Moltericeland, death, sister, dad, 1-30