It's BA-aaack!! I love these! Dear readers, bear with me. I am so excited to have some other person help me with a topic and encourage me to blog more!
1. What's currently on your To Do list?
This question, as my first, makes me laugh. A lot. I very often have a list to do, but, I don't often write it down. I have a long list of things I should be doing, and that I want to do. I will just pick a couple to tell you.
I want to hang pictures, artwork, sconces......I want to make my walls seem like we live here. I first of all want to put more of the kids on the walls, which means I need to pick pictures, and get frames, and then decide which wall to do. I hung some family pictures, and the input from my sisters-in-law is to put the collage of the kids on that wall. I have a neat saying that I want to put up as well, but wonder if it will make it up.
Other to dos: new uniforms for Patrick's new school (!!). Any extra ties that you would like to share with my boy, anyone? He has this tie in his head with Yoda on it, that says, "Judge me by my tie, do you?" But I have yet to see it somewhere.
Master bed and bathroom could be painted. There's always a list.
2. Better type of superhero: magic/radioactive powers? Or trauma/gadgets/hard work?
I'm not sure I exactly understand this question, but I always think Elastigirl still has the coolest super powers. As a mom, I am always forgetting something, and to be able to use my arms to get it, and not have to go up and down or even get out of bed, so cool. I want to be able to stretch "without injuring yourself, Dah-ling" to make life of a mom easier.
I have a feeling I don't get this question really, but that's my input.
3. Finding out if baby is a boy or a girl before birth: Good idea? Bad idea?
I am DREADFUL with decisions. Names, especially. And, I'm not always the best when it comes to surprises. I don't hide my disappointment well either, so I am not sure how I would react in the delivery room if I didn't know.
4. Have you ever appeared on a stadium jumbotron?
Nope. If I did, I would turn beet red.
5. Are you more book smart or more street smart?
See, now, I don't think of myself as "smart" but when I asked my husband, he says I am more book smart. I think I can call myself street smart in that I know what street I live on.
Now, when I think of my mom and my sisters, I know they are book smart. They have the titles that go along with all my definitions: college, writing gigs, helping people like Scott Hahn write books...yeah, I don't think of myself like that. But, I do know I can make myself smarter by more reading and learning. Someday.