Friday, July 22, 2011

Five Question Friday



1. If your husband had the BIG V and you got pregnant what would your first reaction be? For the dudes, what would your first reaction be if your wife told you she was pregnant after the Big V?
I think it would be shock, then shock and then more shock. Then probably disbelief and then probably excitement when I came to my senses and realized that this baby is obviously a very intended gift from God.
2. Best memory about this summer so far.
My favorite memory of summer so far is probably when we took the kids to get frozen yogurt last weekend. They were so happy and excited. They were having so much fun talking with each other. It made my mama's heart so happy.
3. How often do you change your sheets? Your kids sheets?
Not as often as I should, sorry Mom! I do it whenever I think of it or when necessary, you know when someone has an accident. I really do intend to do better with it. Sigh.
4. Having just gone through TSA, would you rather have a full-body scan or a pat-down?
Either. I understand people's reservations about both of them, but if that is what is needed to keep us safe then I understand. K and I flew with Adison and some of our family in the beginning of 2003. It was our first time since flying since our honeymoon in 2000, which we stayed in the U.S. While getting our tickets I was informed that my ticket was flagged {to this day I have no idea why, probably random?} so they were going to have to search me as well as those in my party {K and Adison}. They patted us down, we had to take off our shoes and everything. They even looked inside Adison's diaper she was about 8 months old. I was rather surprised that mine was flagged and we had to be patted down, but was/am okay with it. I want to feel safe while flying {which is already terrifying enough, eek!}.

5. Since it is fair time...what's your favorite fair (county or state) memory?
When I was a kid, probably 8 or so my parents took me to the fair and I won a goldfish. I named her Princess after Princess Peach in the Super Mario Games. I grew up in Oklahoma, so anytime we went to the fair they had a rodeo. I used to love going to watch them.

3 comments:

  1. Sometimes I think they flag people they know aren't threats-they have to do it, might as well make it a nice-mannered lady. What's the point then?

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  2. Love Rodeos and I used to help small carnivals - my best memory - giving away the fish to the happy kids!

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