Monday, April 29, 2013

Because I Never Get Tired of Me.

And because I never like to miss out on blogging trend!
Thanks to little Mrs. Erin, these tough questions have taken over the blogisphere
and I couldn't help but participate.
Plus also, I figured why not share even more deep dark secrets with the world wide web.
It is my blog after all.


1. If you could do one thing differently in your life, what would it be?
I would take a year off after college instead of jumping immediately into my career. Don't get me wrong, I love my job. But I don't think I would have loved it any less if I had waited a year before starting it. Being 22 years old, fresh out of college, and finding yourself in the position you plan to be in until retirement is daunting. I was so ready to start my "grown-up" life that I don't think I really enjoyed those last few moments of my "not so grown-up" life. 

2. Where do you see yourself in five years?
I'll be gearing up for the biggest, baddest "Dirty 30" birthday party (yes it will take a whole year of preparation). Hopefully we'll have one little munchkin toddling around. I'm sure I'll still be teaching but hopefully in five years I'll finally feel like I know what I'm doing. 

More details of my future visions can be found here.

3. Do you honestly want kids?
Yes. I honestly do. I think raising kids with Robbie is going to be so much fun and while I'm in no real rush, I am getting eager to start thinking about that chapter of our lives.

4. What has been the best moment of your life so far?
Erin had the best answer for this question. I like to think that my days and weeks are made up of tiny "best moments". Anytime I accomplish a goal I've set for myself, big or small. When both my puppies crawl up on the couch to snuggle me after a long day. When my kids finally get something they've been struggling with. The way my husband still gives me butterflies. I feel blessed to have had so many "best moments" in my life so far that I have a hard time picking just one. 

5. What is your life theme song?

Along with about 34568 others, depending on my current mood.
But this one popped in my mind first.

6. What is one thing you have yet to accomplish that you want to do before you die?
Drive cross country, visiting all 48 continental states in the process.

Again, along with 39845 other things, but this popped in my mind first. 

7. If you could choose one thing to be known for, what would it be?
Choosing just one thing is tough. I want to be known as a good, wholesome person. Someone who's reliable and trustworthy. Who's going to tell you like it is, but in a good way. Someone who would give the shirt of her back to help others. Someone who knows how to have a good time but can also work her tooshie off. That girl you con confide in, bitch to, laugh with, and share a fishbowl margarita with.

8. If you could do anything you wanted right now in this very moment (no consequences, no fear, etc.) what would it be?
Pick up and move to NYC, just for a year. I like the roots I'm planting here but I would give anything to live smack dab in the middle of all the hustle and bustle for a little while.

9. What has been the most challenging moment in your life?
Having to step outside of my naive bubble and find myself face to face with the cruel reality that sometimes is our world. I was not a sheltered kid by any stretch of the imagination. But I did grow up with a very idealistic view of the world. Holding on to this idealistic view has been tough growing up.

10. Summarize yourself in one word.


Happy Monday lover pants!


1 comment:

  1. I've always wanted to drive across the country, too! Roadtrip!