Friday, May 13, 2011

Five Question Friday: Facts you can live without.

I just love this meme, which thanks to Bloggy Boot Camp, I am pronouncing correctly. If you have never joined in the fun, head over to Mama M.'s site and link up. This is a great way for your my followers to learn my deepest darkest secrets or some trivial bits about me that you will forget before you even finish reading this post.

And if you don't have a blog, Blogger is back up and running. You have no excuse now. But I'll be happy to share my blog you can answer the questions in the comments section. I like to share my blog.

1. Tube socks, calf socks, crew, ankle, none?

Ankle socks are my first choice, but lately a matching pair will suffice.

2. Was your children's name a mutual decision or was it a debate? 

We discussed it together. By the time the fourth boy came along, we had run out of names we both loved. We ended up choosing his middle name by asking the first person who walked in the room his name. He was the guy who picked up the lunch trays. We thought we had to pick a name before we left the hospital. The funny thing is, the guy happened to be a friend's father. We didn't find that out until much later. We joke about naming our son after him.

3. What is your favorite type of weather?

Fall sunny skies. I just love the crisp days at the end of a hot summer.

4. If left to your own devices, what time would you wake up every day?

I'm so sad to say, I have no devices to be left to. I'm cursed or blessed to automatically wake up between 5 and 6 a.m. It doesn't really matter how late I had stayed up either. I try so hard to go back to sleep, but it rarely happens. Thanks to my iPhone, at least I can lay there and check my email.

5. Have you bought your cemetery plots yet? 

No, we haven't. I'm a procrastinator, so probably by the time I think of it, I'll be under pressure to buy. Or who ever is burying me will have to pay top dollar.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

That is a great story about naming your fourth child!!! You were so brave!! What if he'd had a name that you couldn't pronounce!? :o)