I’m going to Arizona! Woo-hoo! I’m also taking both kids with me to stay with my grandparents, who are in their eighties, in their un-babyproofed house for nine days. So, uh, wish me luck. But! I shall get to see internet friends, TOO, and that is the best.
I wouldn’t do much, honestly. I very much enjoy being lazy. So, watch TV. Read books. Go on a cruise, probably, since it’s a nice lazy vacation with tons of food.
Dream vacation destination: Any random island that’s warm, has no bugs, and I can have a private beach on. And a personal chef.
Breakfast: Eggs, Erica Huff, I like eggs. Also sausage. Basically, I have to have a savory breakfast and pastry, though delicious, is just too much for me that early in the day. (Bring it around mid-morning.)
Ok, this is going to sound like a very weird favorite thing. You know how people are always like “I need to learn how to put me first” or “I need to figure out how to make time for myself”? I don’t have that problem. I’m unashamedly selfish and putting myself first is no problem. I take the time I need and I think it makes me a much nicer person the rest of the time.
As far as subjects go, I love math. If you want to talk specific classes, anything I took online. It became a game for me. How can I do the least amount of work and spend the least amount of time on this? (I’m good at that game by the way.)
My answer has always been quit my job, but…I already did that. I suppose go out and buy a really expensive celebration dinner? Click “buy now” on my entire Amazon wishlist?
I love their dark and milk chocolate covered almonds. Oh! And the coconut fruit floes. YUM.
Don’t I wish I knew. I’ve always thought I wanted three kids and I’d love to go though the pregnancy/birth/newborn days again, but I really don’t know. They’re hard and expensive and I kind of feel like we’re at max capacity.
I constantly have a song stuck in my head. All the time. Whatever I heard, or even read, last. Currently it’s Skyfall.
I live fairly close to where I grew up. I’m 4 hours from my hometown, but only 45 minutes from where I went to college. I love Iowa and hope I never have to move away. I’m a homebody, not a new experiences lover.