Friday, May 27

Five Questions...

Thanks for picking me Coffeegirl! If anyone out there wants to play, I'll list the rules at the end of the post. Now that I've thought about it, do I even have 5 readers to request to play? Ah well, here we go...

5 Questions:

1. If you could meet anyone and ask them one question...who would it be and what would you ask?

My grandchildren and I would ask for a big hug.

2. How did you tell Daddy K that you were pregnant with Little L?

I never had to tell him. I peed on the stick and set it on the bathroom counter. We then sat on the bed and stared at each other for 3 minutes. Slowly we crept up to the bathroom door giggling trying to decide who should look in first - "no you go first" "no you go!" so we decided that we'd go in at the same time. There it was, that pink line and then we had the following conversation that went something like this:

Me: Oh my God, it's a line! (silent pause) Is it really a solid line?
Him: It doesn't look exactly like the line we should be matching it to. (Picking up the directions.) Did you hold the stick with the test line facing outward or inward?
Me: Umm...I think it was facing inward.
Him: It's supposed to face outward. Maybe it's wrong.
Me: Ok, I'll take another one.

After a midnight trip to the grocery store and seven tests later, we finally believed that I was pregnant. No that's not true, we almost believed but didn't truly believe until we saw the first ultrasound. When Luke is really acting like a nut, I still wonder if those tests really were positive.

3. Pick one: Living in a time long ago or living in the future?

Without a doubt in the future. I can't live without the modern conveniences we have now, imagine what they will be in the future.

4. You're on a reality show. Which one is it and how do you win?

Uh...do we know each other? This is like the ultimate question for me because I LOVE and am ADDICTED to reality shows. I've been thinking about this all day now because my answer has to be perfect, as if answering this is going to get me on a show....Coffeegirl, are you really a casting director? Here were my thoughts...

The Bachelorette - oh yeah, I'm married so I probably wouldn't win. Damn.

Big Brother - I thought I could win this one because I think I could live off of PB & J for weeks but then I remembered that I need coffee. Without coffee, I'd be so bitchy that people wouldn't like me and they'd vote me out.

Survivor - For the same reason as Big Brother, I wouldn't last in survivor. I'd also get voted out because I don't think my tribe mates would want to see me in my underwear for that long.

Paradise Hotel - This would be so fun and I would have won back when I was younger and single because I totally would have fooled around with the guys to get what I wanted. Although, if Toni was on the show with me, I probably would have been kicked off for kicking her ass! Game On Toni!

Amazing Race - This is my favorite reality show ever and I'd totally win with the help of my sister, G. We're both funny so we'd win the support of the t.v. audience right away. We know how each other acts during all kinds of situations so we would know when to be quiet, when to push, when to take control, etc. We've also both traveled a lot so we know how to act in other countries and the most important thing is that we both know how to drive and can both read a map. Our biggest regret is that we never applied. Now I have a 1 year old and she's pregnant with twins so we'll have to put this dream on hold. Maybe some day we'll be the oldest set of sisters to win The Amazing Race. I love Phil!!


5. What if you could stay in any of the places you've lived in your lifetime, where would you be?

Abilene, Texas. Nah. Austin, Texas. Nah. Anywhere in Texas. Hell no. The Philippines. Maybe, but could my hair withstand the humidity? England. Oh yes, I'd have to go with England. I loved it when I lived there. I have been back to visit and loved it then too. It has old world charm with modern conveniences. I love the weather - cool and wet. The scenery is beautiful. It's a great jumping off point for traveling elsewhere. The people were friendly. There's nothing about it that I don't love, except maybe the food.

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That was fun, now here's the important stuff:

The Official Interview Game Rules

1. If you want to participate, leave a comment saying "interview me."

2. I will respond by asking you five questions - each person's will be different.

3. You will update your journal/blog with the answers to the questions.

4. You will include this explanation and an offer to interview others in the same post.

5. When others comment asking to be interviewed, you will ask them five questions.

1 Comments:

At 10:51 PM, Blogger Solistella said...

Your answers kick butt! I had a lot of fun writing yours because I got to learn so much about you writing your questions, but your answers provide yet another peek into your world. Thanks for asking me to interview you, I really enjoyed it!

 

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