Sibling Q&A: Vivian & Orlea


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AnnaBeth Graves, Staff Writer

A Q&A with sisters Orlea (’18) and Vivian (’17) Mattson.

Q: How many siblings do you have?
Orlea: Two- Vivian and our younger brother.
Vivian: Two.
Q: Tell me about your sisters’ personality
O: She’s kind of shy at first, but really cool once you get to know her.
V: She’s very friendly and optimistic.
Q: Do you like going to the same school?
O: Yes! On the bus we can talk about what happened at school and our friends and stuff.
V: Yes.
Q: If you could change one thing about your sister it would be…
O: Her grades.
V: For her to recognize my authority more.
Q: If your sister could change one thing about you it would be…
O: My clothes.
V: She’d want me to be nicer to others and be more social.
Q: What is your favorite thing about being the older/younger sibling?
O: When she’s done with her clothes, I get them.
V: I get to experience things first.
Q: Who’s the better student?
O: Me.
V: Definitely her.
Q: Who’s more artistic?
O: Vivian, definitely.
V: Me.
Q: On a scale from 1-10, how close are you?
O: Probably a 10.
V: Probably around an 8
Q: Who do your parents like more?
O: Do I have to answer that?
V: Her.