Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Halloweenie


Not the first Halloween in my memory that was cold and snowy and likely not the last. Halloween is one of my favorite holidays. It's a holiday about dressing up! I always liked dressing up- had a HUGE bag of dress-up clothes when I was a kid. I'm not into the blood, guts, gore, slasher movie type Halloween. I like the creativeness of seeing people's costumes. The older I get, the more I like all that is fall- the smells, the tastes, the colors. And Halloween is kinda fall-y.

I am trying to raise my daughter right and instill in her from her very first Halloween a love of this great holiday.

30 Day Challenge: Day 17


Something I am proud of.

Oh this is easy. Punky. She's not even one yet, but I am more proud of her than I think anything else in the world. She's so innocent (and freaking adorable to boot!), it's hard NOT to be proud. She gets this look on her face when she's figured out something new- "did ya see that Ma?!" And that "are you watching? In about 3 seconds I'm gonna start speed crawling for the stairs..." look. Makes my heart swell! I'm sure there will be moments when I'm not so proud of her- although at this moment I can't imagine one- but on a whole, she is my pride and joy.

The huz makes me proud too. I know he'd much rather be a beach bum or a couch potato. And "what if" we win the lottery...well, then I know he's quitting his job straightaway. But even though he'd rather be sleeping in and chilling at home with the kiddo, he gets up and works hard at his job. He takes personal pride in the way he does his job. If he can't do it right, he doesn't want to do it. Makes for some late nights when he doesn't want to leave a job until everything is the way it is supposed to be, but that's part of what makes him, him. He'd be embarrassed by me calling him out like this, so it's a good thing he doesn't like to read!

Monday, October 29, 2012

30 Day Challenge: Day 16


Something I always think "what if..." about.

I do a lot of "what when" thinking... what happens when xyz occurs? When this happens, what then? But the question was "what if." I try not to think it "what ifs" because my what ifs tend to be negative. I am not the person to think "what if we won the lottery" (that's the huz!). I think what if something happens to the huz, to me, to Punky. Yikes! So I'll stick with my "what whens" and let the huz dream about the "what ifs!"

Sunday, October 28, 2012

30 Day Challenge: Day 15

I am on a roll with this blog thing! I love that I learned how to schedule when my blogs post, so I can blog when I have time and post the blog when I see fit. Right now I'm writing a Christmas blog to be posted later. Okay, that's a lie, but it COULD be the truth!

My zodiac/horoscope and if I think it fits my personality.

I am a Pisces and other than it being a water sign and supposedly meaning something about a creative and emotional personality, I was largely uneducated about my zodiac symbol. So I educated myself on the Pisces.

Well, I like to think I'm "gentle," "patient," "generous," "with a deep sense of kindness and compassion." I'd probably be a pretty terrible therapist if I wasn't. So I guess that part is true for me.... But I'm not so sure about the "too idealistic and impractical for every day run of the mill living" part. I think I'm pretty darn practical and just the right amount of idealistic.  So this is me sticking out my tongue to you Pisces personality description (oh, is my emotional Pisces-ness showing?!)

Saturday, October 27, 2012

30 Day Challenge: Day 14

What I wore today.

It is an unusually warm October day, and so I find myself sitting to write this wearing shorts, a t-shirt, and a hoodie. And when I'm not sitting at the computer, but am actually up doing chores, I have to shed the hoodie.

I hope this means a mild winter, but we got lucky last year and have a feeling we're going to get slammed this year...


Friday, October 26, 2012

It's Fill in the Blank Friday Time!


Each week, Feeling Beachie lists four statements with a blank for you to fill in on your own blogs. Join the fun and come up with four fill in’s of your own, please email them to feelingbeachie@gmail.com. If used, you will be added as co-host to the hop! This week’s co-host is Irene from Me, Myself and Irene (she came up with the last two statements)
Spread the word about this hop…. 
This week’s statements:
1. ___ is my favorite feature
2. Thinking about ___ makes me ___
3. It’s been a long time since______
4. I just don’t understand_____________

My answers:
1. My hair is my favorite feature. Although not as much now that it is short. Perhaps it is time to start the growing out process again...
2. Thinking about Christmas makes me excited! 
3. It's been a long time since I rode a bike.
4. I just don't understand why I cannot make Rice Krispies Treats.


Thursday, October 25, 2012

30 Day Challenge: Day 13

My opinion about my body and how comfortable I am with it.

Okay, I'll be honest. Right now I'm not exactly thrilled with my body. It's not exactly cooperating with me. Now, if you'd asked me this a year ago...(wait, bad example. I was 1 month from delivering the Punkster and was realllly UNcomfortable). If you'd asked me TWO years ago, I would have said I liked my body well enough and was pretty much at home in my skin. I'd learned to accept myself the way I was. A few pounds more than I wanted to be, but in all, I was happy with myself. But back to today. I'm certain if a complete stranger was reading this, right now they'd be thinking, "oh, she's like a lot of women, having trouble shedding that baby weight." And they'd be wrong. At the risk of ticking off a lot of struggling women, the baby weight just fell off, I didn't do anything. The problem is that the weight kept coming off. (Again, women everywhere are cursing me. I get that. I'm sorry. I am.) Now I find myself on the too thin side (yes, there is such a thing!). I'm used to being more athletically built and having cures. I look at myself and to my eyes, I look unhealthy. Maybe it's just cause I can't afford to replace my clothes that are too big (and stubbornly don't WANT to replace them even if I could because that would mean giving in to the stupid stomach issues. I'm still holding out hope that I can "recover" enough to put a few pounds back on.) and I look like I'm swimming in some of my old favorites. But perhaps it is time to accept my new figure (sigh) and visit a thrift store for a few pieces until I can get back to the old me...



Wednesday, October 24, 2012

30 Day Challenge: Day 12

Five guys whom I find attractive.

Aww, geez. I don't even know...I think I can come up with two off the top of my head- and one of those would be the huz! The second would be Mr. Michael Buble. Oh, I know! That guy who sells the...oh I'm totally making that up. Alright, let's get serious. I took the challenge, I have to answer. I know (sadly) that he's not around anymore, but Heath Ledger. So that's three. Two more. I liked Orlando Bloom in The Lord of the Rings Trilogy... And let's go with Johnny Depp. 
Michael singing his heart out to Sister and me!
That was a toughie! 

Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Long lost relative?

Inmate 1577 (Karen Vail #4) by Alan Jacobson. I believe this is the final book in the series, although it appears Mr. Jacobson had written at least one book about another character appearing in the Vail series and I may have to check that out sometime...

Again this one can't count toward my challenge (at which I am now doing miserably!) because, technically, it wasn't on MY shelf. I borrowed Ma's NOOKcolor, I was contemplating upgrading my own NOOK. NOOKcolor has some pretty cool interactive kid books. So while I was playing, I noticed Inmate 1577 in her library and could not resist!

Inmate 1577 has FBI profiler, Karen Vail back out on the west coast, racing around San Francisco after a serial killer. Some historical facts thrown into the fiction, I learned a little more about Frankie Morris (an in-law of mine perhaps?), one of the never found escapees from Alcatraz when it was still a functioning prison.

Some of my (real) in-laws still live in that area, and I think that made this book extra fascinating. I had previously requested a visit to Alcatraz on my next trip out there- definitely going to make that happen now!

So if you like a good mystery/psychological thriller or California history, check this one out. I did know who the killer was, sort of. You'll see what I mean!

Monday, October 22, 2012

30 Day Challenge: Day 11

My family.

Wow. This leaves a whole lot of room for interpretation! 

My family of origin: Ma , Pop, Brother. 

I generally think about my extended family when I think family. We saw a lot of my maternal extended family when I was growing up: Grandma Superior, 2 aunts, 3 uncles, and 4 cousins. And my paternal extended family: aunt, five cousins and all their families!

And then of course I married into a big family: two mothers-in-law and two fathers-in-law, 9 siblings-in-law some with spouses and/or kids. 

And how can I forget- my Punkerella! 

PHEW!


Pictures: my brother and I with our 4 maternal cousins from many (many) years ago; my brother and some of the huz's siblings at our wedding; and Punky

Saturday, October 20, 2012

30 Day Challenge: Day 10

Hmmm. Well I've been outsmarted by blogger.com. I was trying to post one challenge item per day. But apparently, unless I do it a certain way, it posts the post on the day it was composed, not on the day I push the "post" button. I think I have it figured out now...

Put my music player on shuffle and write down the first 10 songs that play.

1. Unknown Track 08- wait....let me get to my WHOLE music library, not just Punky's lullabys...

Take Two

1. Chevelle: Don't Fake This
2. Box Car Racer: Elevator
3. Staind: Mudshovel

Man, I've got some stuff on here that I didn't remember- from my "bitter phase" days...

4. Hawk Nelson: Every Little Thing

Oh, that's better!

5. Cedarmont Baby: Evening Hymn

Looks like a lullaby snuck in there anyway!

6. Incubus: Privilege
7. Fuel: Knives
8. The Beatles: Come Together
9. Candle Rain: Cryin Eyes
10. Alanis Morissette: Sister Blister

And now I know why I generally stick to my Saving Michael Dash playlist. All favorites all the time (Saving Jane, Michael Buble, and Dashboard Confessional).

Friday, October 19, 2012

Time for filling in Fridays

*GASP* I almost forgot (it's been one of those weeks!) it was time for the Friday Fill-In blog hop that Hilary at Feeling Beachie, hosts each week.  Click on her name to go to her blog and join in the fun by adding your blog to her list!


This week’s statements:
1. If only ___ then ___
2. When I was little I ___
3. I think ___ is for ____
4. I feel happiest when_____
My answers:
1. If only I were rich the I would go back to school.
2. When I was little I wanted to be a majorette. 
3. I think vacation is for maintaining sanity.
4. I feel happiest when with my family.

Wednesday, October 17, 2012

30 Day Challenge: Day 7

5 pet peeves.

Only five!?

If you read Salt, Soap, and Sandals you will learn that pet peeve nĂºmero uno is when there is no soap in the soap dispenser. No, it's more complex than that. It's only at work, because the dispenser will be empty for DAYS! I see the cleaning crew go in the bathroom, I assume to clean it. And I would think that checking the soap dispensers would be part of the routine... But that is clearly not the case. From the aforementioned post you would also learn pet peeve number two. When my pant legs are wet and touch bare skin. Gross!

For pet peeves 3-5 I have to think a little more. 3. I cannot stand when people do not use turn signals. Makes me think things I have to be careful not to say with my daughter in the car... 4. Passive-aggressive behavior. I admit, I slip up sometimes and do this myself. But it's really obnoxious! 5. The lack of common courtesy in the world. Not enough pleases and thank yous. Too much entitlement. Sigh.

But I'll tell you what will never be a pet peeve. No matter how rough my night was, holding my sleeping child in my arms and seeing a smile or hearing a giggle, makes the sleeplessness melt away.

Tuesday, October 16, 2012

30 Day Challenge: Day 6

My views on mainstream music.

I like music. Most any kind of music, with some exceptions. I played in the band in high school. I'm part of "Spawn of One Ear" the family Rock Band band. But I suppose those aren't mainstream. Mainstream music- there's some good stuff out there. There's also a lot of junk. All this auto tune crap, kinda makes me sad. It's a little like cheating. How do I know if the musician I'm hearing is really as good as they sound? 

Regardless, I almost always have the radio on in the car and I like to blare the tunes on shuffle when I clean- if Punky isn't napping of course.

So I guess I'm cool with mainstream music. And not so mainstream music too.

30 Day Challenge: Day 9

How important I think education is.

As a career student, I think that makes my views pretty clear. (Someday I WILL go back to school and get my PhD!) But if there is one thing I've learned is that education comes in all shapes and sizes. It isn't the amount of time spent in a classroom or lab or library or whatever. Formal education isn't the only type of education. In fact, some of the most intelligent people I know did not receive their educations in an institution of higher learning. Education is more about finding the answer to something that was previously unknown to a person.

I am good at the traditional, formal education type of learning (not bragging, just stating a fact). I like learning. It's in my blood. 5 generations (I think) of my family went to the same university. Always the rebel, I broke with tradition and found myself at another institution, paving the way for my younger cousins to all choose other centers of academia. But I married into a family that doesn't have five generations of college graduates. Or four or three or... You get the idea. They received their education in the military, on the job, in the world, not a classroom. And if I had half their brain capacities....!

So while I value the classic interpretation of education, I also value the outside the box thinkers, doers, and learners. Without my 'school is not for me' huz, I couldn't be a 'school is for me' wife.

And there you have it!

30 Day Challenge: Day 8

What I ate today.
Plain bagel with butter and strawberry jam.
Gummy vitamins.
Target brand wheat thins.

It's early, but any further additions to the list won't be any more exciting than the above (think plain baked potato, yogurt, maybe some scrambled eggs or oatmeal...) Stupid stomach. Days like today I miss chai... And doughnuts...

Monday, October 15, 2012

30 Day Challenge: Day 5

Things I want to say to an ex

I guess it depends on which ex...

To one I'd say a genuine, "thank you." To another I'd say, "I understand and I forgive you." To a third, I don't think I have anything to say at all...

They were learning experiences. Some more painful than others, but all have been influential in my journey to become the person I am today.

Sunday, October 14, 2012

Walk Now for Autism Speaks

Today was the annual Columbus edition of Walk Now for Autism Speaks. Columbus hosts one of the biggest, most profitable walks in the country. Once again Team Leggerbury was there, doing their part to support the walk. With four team members walking for the three individuals that are Leggerbury, this year we surpassed our team fundraising goal of $500. With donations still rolling in, we have already raised $585! (My personal fundraising goal is only $20 away from being met!)
Check out coverage of the walk here: Walk Now Coverage And visit Leggerbury to add your two cents to our team total!

Saturday, October 13, 2012

30 Day Challenge: Day 4

Bullet your whole day.
*wake at 5:50am
*feed cats and visit bathroom
*go back to bed (yay!)
*hear baby at 6:45
*feed and rock baby
*baby goes back to sleep (weird)
*make lunch for huz
*take shower
*do dishes
*start laundry
*hear baby
*play with baby
*check laundry
*feed baby and self
*play with baby
*put baby down to nap
*start to wrap birthday/Christmas presents for baby
*let Poppa in house
*leave for work
*wait for client to arrive

That's it so far. Super exciting today!

Friday, October 12, 2012

It's Friday Fill In Time


Each week, Hilary at Feeling Beachie lists  four statements with a blank for you to fill in on your own blogs.  This week’s co-host is Janice from Janice’s Footsteps - she came up with the last two statements  Hop on over and join the fun by linking your blog up on her blog!!!
This week’s statements:
1. Given the choice of ___ or ___ for ___ I’d pick ___
2. If you told me ____ I would never have believed you
3. The last time I cooked_______it came out_______.
4. My favorite color is ___
.
My answers:
1. Given the choice of breakfast or dinner for dinner I'd pick breakfast.
2. If you told me the last year would have flown by as quickly as it has I would never have believed you. 
3. The last time I cooked spaghetti it cam out just right?
4. My favorite color is green.

Thursday, October 11, 2012

30 Day Challenge: Day 3

3. A book I love.

THIS is an easy one. I feel in love with this book the first time I read it, back in sixth grade. I think I've reread it about a billion times. Or more accurately once every year or so. I own the movie. I've seen the play. I named my daughter after the author.

A controversial, banned book "To Kill a Mockingbird" by Harper Lee takes place in a "sleepy" Southern town rocked by scandal and the "trial of the century." One family struggles to maintain their values and dignity while protecting their loved ones from the viciousness of prejudice.

That doesn't even do the book justice. The characters are real. The emotion, the love, the fear, the struggle is tangible. While Jem and Scout may have learned an important lesson, we as a society still are struggling to learn it as variations of this story are still playing out in the real world today.

Wednesday, October 10, 2012

30 Day Challenge- Day 2

2. Something I feel strongly about.

As I sit here holding my daughter, watching her smile in her sleep (part of me wishing I was still in bed myself) I know, I KNOW my answer to this one. Kids. Protecting them. Teaching them. Giving them a chance. It's why I do what I do. Especially with those kids who have been written off as the troublemakers or as retarded (I hate that word). They just need someone to believe in them, to look at them with fresh, clean, unjudging eyes and help them find value in themselves. My heart aches for the 7 year old talking about suicide (it happens, don't think it doesn't) or the teenager tired of raising her mother, embarrassed to bring the few friends she has to the house. Or the kid too afraid to show any emotion because adoptive mother might leave too... That's what I feel strongly about. Find their strengths and build on that. Give them hope. Teach them to love themselves.

Tuesday, October 9, 2012

30 Day Challenge- Day 1: My heart

My Aunt at It's Just Life recently posted a 30 day challenge on her blog. I think half of my blog inspirations come from ideas I get after reading her postings. So yes, I am a thief. A plagiarist of sorts. But only when it comes to the basic IDEA. The content is my own. And if not my own, I give credit where credit is due. So the 30 day challenge... Over the course of 30 days (though perhaps not 30 days in a row and perhaps not in this order) I will be touching on the following topics:
1. Five ways to win your heart
2. Something you feel strongly about
3. A book you love
4. Bullet your whole day
5. Things you want to say to an ex
6. Your views on mainstream music
7. Five pet peeves
8. What you ate today
9. How important you think education is
10. Put your music player on shuffle and write down the first 10 songs that play
11. Your family
12. Five guys whom you find attractive
13. Your opinion about your body and how comfortable you are with it
14. What you wore today
15. Your zodiac/horoscope and if you think it fits your personality
16. Something you always think "what if..." about
17. Something that you're proud of
18. A problem that you have had
19. Five items you lust after
20. Your fears
21. How you hope your future will be like
22. Your academics
23. Something that you miss
24. Five words/phrases that make you laugh
25. Something you're currently worrying about
26. Things you like and dislike about yourself
27. A quote you try to live by
28. Somewhere you'd like to move or visit
29. Five weird things that you like
30. One thing you're excited for

So here is Day 1: Five ways to win my heart.
Hmm. Be a cute and cuddly puppy? No? Okay. Serious answers.
1. Be honest. Even when you know the truth hurts. (I didn't say brutal honesty. There are ways to gently deliver painful truths.)
2. Be yourself. Always. No matter what. No matter who. (I try to be a what you see is what you get kinda girl in all situations.)
3. Take me as I am. (I now have Saving Jane's Imperfection playing in my head. Such a good song. Gonna have to listen to them on my drive home today...)
4. Know me. Learn me. Be thoughtful. Not necessarily an intellectual thoughtful, more of a "Hey, I pay attention to your likes and dislikes" thoughtful. An I-realize-you-just-had-a-terrible-week-and-I-want-to-make-it-better-by (fill in the blank). Am I a chocolate or vanilla girl? Do I like sappy movies and ice cream or adventure flicks and popcorn? You tell me and your golden.
5. Kids. I can't deny that the way you are around children can make or break you in my book. Just ask the huz...

Monday, October 8, 2012

Road Trip Recap

A quick weekend road trip to visit my parents. Just the Punkster and me. Work a half day on Friday, hit the road at naptime, seemed like the perfect plan. It was a relatively uneventful drive up, aside from the CD player eating one of the audiobook discs I borrowed from the library.

The return trip was a little more, umm, exciting. We set off on our journey shortly before naptime. And 20 minutes into our journey, something just wasn't right. A slight pull to the right and a whomp whomp noise. The nice guys at O'Reilly's Auto Parts had a free promotional tire gauge so I didn't have to spend a dime to confirm the tire needed some attention. Crossed the street to the gas station, after a call to Dad's Coin Delivery Service. Yep, my dad (henceforth known as Pop) met me at the gas station with change to feed the air machine, then sent me down the road with some spare just-in-case quarters.

"In 0.7 miles, turn left onto..." Hmm, that's weird, wonder why the GPS wants me to turn here, if I go this way.. But I turn. And what do you know, I very soon regretted following the GPS lady's instructions. I found myself on a little country road in (pardon my language) BFE (if you don't know what that means, let's just say the middle of nowhere). So here I was, 10 month old finally asleep in the backseat, driving in silence, because let's face it, I wasn't about to lose another CD to the CD player since it had so kindly decided it spit out the one it ate. And I was opting not to turn on the radio so I could listen for the "whomp whomp" sound of the tire going flat again. I had no idea where I was, no gas stations in sight. All I could think was, "Great, I have no idea what to tell AAA when they ask where I am. Not that I'll have cell service anyway! Why didn't I trust myself and my sense of direction?!" Thankfully the tire held out and I returned to civilization and a familiar highway. I made a silent deal with the sleeping Punky. When she wakes up, I'll stop at the first gas station I see, feed her, let her out of the carseat for a little bit, check the tires, and then we'll finish up the drive.

Then the rain started. Goodbye cruise control, hello achy knees. I remember my first road trip after we bought the civic, the huz told me not to use cruise control in the rain- he knew this was my first car fancy enough to have cruise control! (Funny how when I upgraded from my first car to my second my wishlist included: a cup holder and a radio with programmable buttons. Now, thinking about trading in my third car for something else I'll be crushed if it doesn't have heated seats! I tell you, I don't know how I survived so many Ohio winters without the seat warming my tushy...) . Since it was raining, I turned on my headlights. But it was still squinty enough out, I needed my sunglasses. That presented another problem. See my lovely polarized Maui Jim's are the most amazing (and expensive) sunglasses I've ever owned, however, the polarization makes it difficult to read the digital displays in the civic when they are in "headlights on" mode. When the headlights are off, no problem with the display. Weird. So I kept flipping my sunglasses on and off, looking over the top of them to check my speed. And how many times did I say to myself, "I wonder what the speed limit is on this road...." I'll tell you, it was a lot. Never seemed to be posted.

I started arguing with the GPS lady again. She didn't like that I turned off the highway before she told me to do so. And then I ignored her when she told me to make a U-turn, three times. When her fourth "recalculating" popped up with yet another request for a U-turn, I just switched her off. I would trust myself from here on out. It was odd though, driving in silence. I'm so used to the radio or to the GPS lady shouting out when to turn. But I really did NOT like the way she was trying to take me. Would have added an extra 15 minutes to my drive! And my tushy was starting to hurt from being in the seat so long. I don't remember that from prior road trips. Maybe I just have less cush on my tush?

About 15 miles from home the Punkster wakes up. I break my deal- we're so close to home, I hate to stop now. So we press on. We take our exit off the highway and sit at a red light. No traffic whatsoever. Punky restless and starting to fuss in the backseat. I think "I'm sorry officer, for turning left on red. I know it's wrong, but my daughter here, well, she's been in the car for 4 hours and she really needs to eat and we're just 5 minutes from home..."

Roughly 330 miles this weekend and what did I learn? Always keep quarters in your car in case you need air for a tire. And figure out what happened to the Ohio map that used to be in there in case the GPS doesn't work- or tries to take you on a route you really don't want to take.

But to end on a more positive note: Aside from the craziness on the road, it was a great weekend. Punky and I got to spend a little time with her Great Grandma, in addition to Gramma and Granpop. AND we got to have lunch with Ray-Ray (not Auntie Rae Rae, my childhood friend Ray-Ray), her daughter and her momma. It's been way too long since we've been able to connect in person! Can't wait to do it again after the twins are here!!
Driving by the big Longaberger basket
Punky sitting with Gramma's other babies
On our walk at Beavercreek (I think it was Beavercreek)










Sad looking tire

Friday, October 5, 2012

A whole new (old) world

That stack of books sitting on my shelf waiting to be read? Yeah, I'm never going to finish it. I did well, I read 10 of them this year. Well, in just the second part of this year, actually. But I did a bad thing. Well, a good thing, but a bad thing. I FINALLY learned how easy it is to rent books from the library- ON MY NOOK. Clearly, I've been to the library before and rented books before (it's just been a LONG time since I've done that), but I'd never set up my NOOK to borrow books. Now, I have the ENTIRE metro library E-book collection at my fingertips. Which is awesome- free books to read! And bad- that stack of books is NEVER going to diminish. Why would I read "The Art of ADHD" (I totally made that title up) when I could read "Saturdays with Santa" (I made that up too)? I'll choose a good novel (maybe even an average novel) over educational literature any day. That's the problem. I NEED to read the educational stuff. I LIKE the educational stuff. I just like novels more...

And that leads me to say, I finished my first library-rented NOOK book. I'm a little behind the times. Always have been. I didn't read the first Harry Potter until mere months before the last one hit the shelves. I knew nothing about Twilight until someone gave me the first book as a gift- months after the craze had started (and we won't talk about my feelings about those two series here...that's another post entirely! But here's a hint: loved one and was "eh" about the other.). I haven't done the 50 shades series yet (though I may not ever get to that one...). So I'm late jumping on board with this one too- "The Help." It was phenomenal. Fantastic. Loved it. 16 thumbs up. One of the best I've read in a while. I really enjoyed it. Characters that felt real, believable, lovable. A storyline that made me stop and wonder, what would I have done if I had lived in that time, in that part of the country? What would I have done? I know what I would LIKE to answer...

Friday Fill In


Each week, Hilary at Feeling Beachie  lists four statements with a blank for you to fill in on your own blogs. If you want to join the fun and come up with four fill in’s of your own, please email them to her at feelingbeachie@gmail.com. You can be  s co-host to the hop! This week’s co-host is Lisa from Third Time is a Charm - she came up with the last two statements
This week’s statements:
1. I am very ___
2. I am most comfy ___
3. You will never believe what I saw on my way ___________.
4. My mornings don’t start until _________ happens.
My answers:
1. I am very chaotic right now, which is unusual for me.
2. I am most comfy in my pjs...?
3. You will never believe what I saw on my way to the moon. I really have nothing. I don't get out much...
4. My mornings don't start until the sounds of a child happens. (That wasn't very good grammar...).