Sunday, August 11, 2013

Sunday Social

1. When you were little what did you want to be when you grew up?
I wanted to be a teacher... I know, I'm weird. But I've always loved school and bossing people around. 

2. What was your favorite way to kill time as a kid?
Reading or watching tv... preferably both at the same time... actually I still love doing that. 

3. When did you get your first cell phone?
When I was 16. I was so excited... now I see kids who are 6 with their own phones. Seriously? I don't get it. I'd like to say Fynn won't get one until she's like 14... but I'll probably end up eating my own words. 

4. What is your favorite magazine to read?
I don't really read magazines. I Parent magazine and Women's Health in the mail... but only because I got free subscriptions, so I read those (or at least skim them), but there aren't any magazines that I feel like I have to have... mostly I just read stuff for free online. 

5. What is the one random object people would be surprised to find in your purse?
I actually had to dig into my purse to see if I had something unusual in it. Then I found this:
My grandfather died two years ago, and this is the reading I did at his funeral... for some reason I just keep it in my purse. Every time I find it I debate about taking it out... but end up just sticking it back in. I had mints from the funeral home in there too up until a few weeks ago, but they melted so I took them out.



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6 comments:

  1. I wanted to be a teacher, too!
    Happy Sunday!
    Laurie

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  2. What a fun post!! I love these, it helps to get to know each! And some great giveaways!!

    Thanks
    Hugs
    Hope to see you at Let's Get Social Sunday

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  3. I wanted to be a teacher, too. But of course now that I have 2 kids of my own, I'm glad that I didn't pursue that career path. ;) Happy Sunday!

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  4. LOL at least you can admit that you like/want to boss people around!!

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  5. I used to say my kids would never have a cell phone until they started driving. As soon as I realized many homes don't have phones, though, I realized I didn't want my girls to be without a way to call home if they were out with a friend. So, my then 9 and 10-year-old girls got phones. I'm really glad they have them.

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  6. "I loved school and bossing people around" too funny!

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