Conny from the Hutch Haus sent out a bit of a challenge and I'm passing it along to anyone who cares to participate.
Here's her list of questions and you can either answer these or the ones I have listed at the bottom of this post...
1. How old were you when you first wore make-up (please only tell me this if you are female!!LOL)? My mom was not in favor of little girls wearing make up so probably in Jr. High and usually I had to sneak it, but Mom would somehow always know. I was probably horrible at putting the stuff on since I'd had no practice. After a while I just stopped wearing it except on special occasions. I have some, but just the basics.
2. If you had "one last request" before you died, what would it be? That all my family would know and love God... actually I could widen that to all people know and love God.
3. How many times a day do you typically check email, facebook, and/or the internet? I check every weekday usually several times. I do this for work, but also at the same time check my personal email. It's pretty easy to do that and not waste a lot of time.
4. What was the last thing you drank? Well, today I had milk, coffee and a cherry Dr. Pepper thanks to my daughter who gave me 1/2 of a case. I found out this summer that I really like cherry Dr. Pepper again thanks to Joanna :)
5. What outfit or piece of clothing could you just LIVE IN all the time? Jeans and white T-shirt
6. How many sibling do you have - and how many did you want growing up, if any? One brother. I was happy with him. I don't remember wishing I had other siblings. We knew families that had lots of kids and I don't think I really wanted that.
7. What was your favorite toy/game as a child? I don't remember having a favorite toy, but I do remember the animals in my life. Kitties and dogs and the neighbors horse. I guess they were my favorites. My favorite thing to do was to be outside exploring.
8. What person do you think probably had the MOST influence in making you who you are today? I would say it was my Dad and as I got older my Mom too. They both lived their lives to honor God and serve Him. Dad could do almost anything and if he didn't know how, he'd read up on it and figure it out or talk to those who could and that way learn how to do stuff. I like doing that too. I wish I had more time to be more adventurous with trying new things. I think my daughters got that from him too. Both have branched out into lifestyles and work that are nothing like any of the rest of us. Of course that could be good and then again it could be bad. We like to go on adventures.
OK, there is your list of questions:
What is your favorite time of day?
When was the last time you had a bowl of oatmeal?
What is your favorite breakfast?
When you were growing up, did you have a pet?
If you were to go on an adventure where would you like to go and what would you like to do there?
When you meet someone, is your first impression usually right?
If you were to choose any occupation regardless of the cost of education, what would it be?
How old were you when you first learned to ride a bike and do you still go bike riding?
That's probably enough silly questions for one day. Feel free to elaborate. Enjoy and link back here in the comments.
Hope you have a wonderful day!