The Lighter Side With....Holly Ragsdale
AUBURNTIGERSDOTCOM The Dadeville native understands the bare necessities better than Baloo.
AUBURNTIGERSDOTCOM
The Dadeville native understands the bare necessities better than Baloo.
AUBURNTIGERSDOTCOM

Feb. 25, 2009

Auburn, Ala. - Throughout the 2009 season The Lighter Side will feature one Auburn softball player for a quick Q&A on just about anything. This week, junior transfer pitcher Holly Ragsdale.

By Jessica Franklin

When you were little, what was your favorite movie?
HR: "My mom used to tell me that every night before I went to bed she would have to put in the Jungle Book. I had to watch that movie every night before I would lay down and go to sleep."

What is the best book you have ever read?
HR: "A book called `When Crickets Cry.' It's about this little girl in a small town who has a heart disease and the doctor who ends up saving her. It is really sweet."

What is your guilty pleasure?
HR: "Anything sweet. Actually, just food in general."

Junk food or organic?
HR: "I do eat a lot of organic food. But I eat junk food too, so both."

Do you know how to cook?
HR: "I love to cook. My favorite things to cook are spaghetti and chicken alfredo, and I can grill steaks and stuff."

What is your biggest weakness?
HR: "I don't like any kind of creepy crawlies. Snakes are bad. And spiders."

Is there anything weird or unusual about you?
HR: "My arms are double jointed...does that count?"

What is your favorite thing to sing in the shower or car?
HR: "I will sing anything. I love to sing when I'm by myself."

What is your dream job?
HR: "I would own my own business where I could set my own hours and no one would be above me."

What is the most played song on your Ipod?
HR: "I have this playlist that I always listen to before games. That is probably the most played songs. They are all rap songs to get me pumped up before a game. Like `Heart of a Champion', songs like that."