Take it from Heather, You Don't Need "Cute Bras and Cute Panties" if You Drive a Vespa.
Q: Best solo activity?
Riding my motor scooter under a sunny sky.
Q: Biggest Accomplishment?
Producing a children's television series
Q: Your Perfect Spot?
Anyplace where it's hot and I am in direct sunlight. I'll get naked and stretch out right there.
Q: Most Inspiring Book?
Write It Down, Make It Happen by Henriette Klauser
Q: Safety Starts With:
Always trust your intuition.
Q: Best Restaurant?
None - they all give you the tiny toddler table in the awkward spot. I prefer to cook in.
Q: Best Just For One Product?
The single shopping carts at Smith's! They actually have smaller shopping carts for singles! They're lean and sexy like a Vespa. I love Smith's for that!
Q: Words to Live By?
"There's one hell of a good universe next door. Let's go!" (e.e. cummings)
Q: How Do You Beat The Blues?
Put on some Tito Puente, change the bed linen and start chopping some fresh garlic and tomatoes.
Q: What You Love About Being Single?
Being able to wear sloppy, ugly, comfortable gray stuff to bed and being able to snore while sleeping. But mostly being single means being free to not have to wear matching "cute bras" and "cute panties". Ever again! Bwa-ha-haaaaa!
Q: Words of Wisdom for Others:
If you're a woman, you don't need a man to repair a Vespa or Schwinn scooter. All you need to fix a scooter are a Phillips' head screwdriver and a sturdy full box of 15 ampere fuses. The screwdriver will fix almost anything, and 9 out of 10 starting problems are the fuses. Sit by the bike, use the Phillips'-head to unscrew the screws on the battery compartment lid, remove the lid, open the fuse container, pop out the bad fuse, insert a fresh fuse until you hear it click, shut the fuse container, replace in battery compartment, replace lid, use Phillips'-head to reinsert and tighten the screws, then get back on and start your Vespa. And go! Every woman should own her own tool kit. Tools are fun.