I'm 32 years old.
I feel like I'm 19.
The picture above was taken when I was 30.
I've never seen an R rated movie in my life.
I long for simplicity.
I don't like to ask for help and rarely do.
I love yard sales and bargains.
I have one cup of coffee a day. It's waiting for me when I get up (hubs makes it) and I'll either drink it in the morning or have it over ice with whipped cream in the afternoon. I always add whipped cream on top...always.
Black and white photography inspires me.
I can't eat breakfast before 9 in the morning.
I love cuddling with the girls, giving them kisses and smelling their sweet skin and hair.
I have a heart murmur that's never given me any problems.
I like to make sure people are comfortable.
I married the only boy I ever kissed.
I can't stand cartoons made for grown ups. They annoy me to no end.
My husband loves cartoons made for grown ups.
I like white noise - it's soothing to me.
I don't like talking on the phone unless I need to.
I love baskets.
I am extremely detail oriented.
I love the idea of being completely organized.
I am utterly disorganized.
I worry too much.
I'm a dreamer.
I'm learning to let go of the things that weigh me down and negatively affect me.
I believe in kindred spirits.
I'm allergic to cats.
I wish I lived in a farmhouse.
Color is a necessity.
I can tell who has "kind eyes". It doesn't mean that you're not kind if you don't have them or that you are kind if you do have them. Certain people just have kind eyes. My father, Robin Williams, the father on The Waltons, (and for you local folks, Dan Miller the anchorman).
I've been a stay-at-home mother for 11 years.
I love nerds.
I feel sorry for old abandoned houses and have an urge to explore ones I discover (though I never actually have)
I'm sensitive to the cold. My house usually feels as warm as an old woman's home...
I'm enthralled with how things were done in the past.
I always root for the underdog.
I dance in the car.
I never pay attention to my fingernails unless I'm chewing on them. Filing them and painting them is a waste of my time.
I hate to drive.
I don't like sports.
I love spicy foods...yummmmm!
I'm a wee bit scatterbrained. (3 kids + remodeling = where's my brain?)
I strive to be a nurturing parent.
People often ask me to help them decorate.
I buy and listen to mucic according to my moods, no matter the genre.
When I was 16, my driving instructor gave me my liscense against her "better judgement".
I really have no idea how to correctly spell license.
I've never had a real car accident, though I backed into a parked moving truck within two days of buying our new van a few years ago.
I love the mountains. I wish I could be tucked away in a cabin somewhere right now.
I don't wear rings of any sort, not even my wedding. They annoy me.
If I hold the door for you, please say 'thank you'.
I show a lot of my emotions whether I want to or not. I hide even more out of complete necessity, though it hurts like crazy.
I've taught two of my girls to read.
I like to mow.
I long for solitude.
I don't like high heels.
I adore Drew Barrymore's personality...
I love do-it-yourself projects.
Art and poetry and music and words inspire me.
I love cozy evenings by the fire.
Icecream makes the world go round.
I can't bake cookies. Jeff is the cookie king in this house.
I'm drawn to artistic people and am blessed to know several.
I feel out of place among most people.
I'd love to take a photography class one of these days.
I love cowboy boots and cowboy hats, though I own neither. I secretly wish I were a cowgirl.
I'm a homebody and would only work full time if I absolutely had to. I would miss home too much...
Folding laundry is a bore. Matching socks for a family of five is torture.
I look forward to rainy days, for the most part.
I believe people don't smile enough.
I make a mean pot of soup.
I love blankets and have way too many.
I wish I could bottle the smell of a bookstore...the perfect aromatic blend of coffee and new books...ahhhh...
I'm afraid of heights.
Music is a necessity.
Our house is spider friendly.
Now that I'm in my 30's, I care less and less about what people think of me.
Laughter really is good medicine.
I have way too much work to do right now.