1. What has someone done unusual to make you feel their love?
My husband does totally random things that wouldn’t, on the surface, look like love—at least not the romantic type of love depicted in movies and books. He checks the fluid levels in my car, makes my coffee on the weekends, if one of the boys speaks disrespectfully to me—even slightly—he reprimands them right away and says they will not speak to a woman, much less their mother, that way. I could go on and on, but in countless little ways each day, I feel his love for me. He’s a keeper!
2. Do you own a smart phone? If yes, is it everything you wanted? If no, how seriously have you considered a purchase of the new smart phone?
Yep—it has everything I need! And was a surprise birthday gift from my hubby and mother-in-law last year. Great gift!
3. Have you ever camped out to purchase something?
Ha! No way! I can’t think of a thing that would be worth losing sleep over—I lose enough of that as it is, thankyouverymuch. LOL
4. What is your worst habit?
Ooh, just one? I guess that would have to be procrastinating.
5. What is your best habit?
Lately, it’s been attending water aerobics and swimming regularly. Exercise! Yay!
6. In your opinion, what is life’s greatest mystery?
How people can deny the existence of God when nature and science so clearly illustrate the design of an intelligent Creator. I think it takes more faith to believe this all just happened at random than to believe in God.
7. Are you one of those people who is constantly busy with projects, social outings, etc. or do you just like to lay low and stay home?
I’m both, leaning a bit to the “homebody” end of the spectrum when left to my own devices. But having children pushes me into the “busy” zone all the time!
8. Whether you’re busy all the time or like to just chill, have you always been that way?
I’ve always been something of a homebody, yes.
9. Is there something you’d like to change about how you spend your time? If so, what is it? If not, why not?
As much as I love homeschooling, I wish I could have just one day a week to send my kids somewhere else and enjoy a good eight hours or so at home alone. Oh the things I could accomplish with that peace and quiet! It’s the one thing I find myself envying about SAHMs that send their children to school–all those free hours!
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