Friday, July 9, 2010

Wow! Where has the time gone?!

I can't believe it's Friday already! Between spending days in the lake hiding from the heat and spending time in front of the AC hiding from the heat it looks like an entire week has gone by somehow! Ahh, the lazy days of summer :)

1. What is one food you could eat everyday?
 Pizza! I could seriously eat pizza every single day. For every meal even. Lucky for family there are so many variations.

2. Are you working in the career you thought you would be when you were 18?
Hah. When I was 18 I was expecting my first child. All I wanted to do was make it through alive :)
When I was younger, I always wanted to be a teacher. Homeschooling has given me the chance to do that.

3. What is something that you wish you would have done when you were younger and you didn't?
I wish I had been a joiner in high school. Immersed myself more in the experience. Unfortunately, I was waaay too cool for that. Prom? Forget it. Smokin' pot and being cool was what it was all about. Refer back to number two to see how that worked out for me. Yep. Nothing like learning all my lessons the hard way :)

4. What color are your kitchen walls?
My kitchen walls are wallpapered. Cream and burgandy pattern.

5. Do you remember what your very first favorite song was?
My mom was a big Journey fan when I was like five years old. I remember listening to her records on my little blue record player. It closed up into a little square box with a handle. I had Strawberry Shortcake stories on record, too. I LOVED that record player. It was pretty much the coolest thing I've ever owned. Ever.  Oh. The song? Right. I believe it was "Don't Stop Believing" by Journey. Now. About that record player...

For my very first My Husband Rocks! Friday I'm going to tell you a couple of reasons why my husband rocks. First, he rocks because he does cool stuff that I can't. Our house is old. Like 150 years old or so.
 In addition to the work he's done refinishing floors and tearing down and rebuilding walls he has been rewiring each room as he goes.
Thanks to all his hard work, we now have wiring in our living room that can support an air conditioner! Being able to run air conditioning in this old house without blowing a fuse every minute or burning the place down is miraculous. Yep. That's my husband. The miracle man.
Although he likes to tease and call me a cream puff because I complain about the cold and then I complain about the heat (I do, too, I have no shame!) deep down he loves me and hates to see me suffering uncomfortable! He takes such good care of me :)
My husband also rocks because he grills me meals like this:

The last thing I'm linking to today is


It's such a cool idea. If you have a blog you should definitely check it out!

That's it for today. Enjoy your weekend!

1 comment:

Mama M. said... your blog! Ahhhh...Journey! My teenager just bought "Don't Stop Believin'" off of iTunes...I was floored!

Guess I raised him up good!! ;)

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