Friday, April 22, 2011

5 Question Friday

Yes, I'm actually making a post. Trust me. I have written several over the last few days, I just haven't posted them because they have been very tacky regarding my in-laws. I've been trying to take the high road, so far it's working. But it might not next week. Sometimes it really bites, trying to be a better person.

2 weeks from Tuesday (May 10) I will take my last final for this semester. I'm not really thrilled with my grades, but for my first semester I think that I'm going to be pleased. I'm not going to summer school, so that will give me a nice break before I have to start the fall semester. I'm afraid it's going to kick my butt.

Have a Happy Easter!

1. What is your favorite Easter tradition?

We really don't have an Easter tradition. But we don't have kids, and as far as some of the non-religious festivities go there is no need to have any other traditions. Although, every now and then the Easter Bunny does stop here and leave care packages for the kidlets we know.
2. Are you a "shower" or a "long, hot bath" kind of person?

I like showers when I am getting up and getting ready to face the day. When I need to unwind, I like baths. Even though it's been years since I have taken a bath. (mostly because our bathtub now is sucky). So I guess I'm both. Just depends on the mood I'm in.
3. Can you parallel park and if so when is the last time you did it?

Yes, I can parallel park. Um...probably when I took my driving test approximately 15ish years ago. I avoid it at all costs. Because I live in Texas, and people here drive big trucks. And they take up lots of space. And they can block you in. So I don't parallel park. But I could, if I wanted too.
4. What is your favorite Easter candy?

Speckled Jelly Beans. But Hop ruined it for me. I bought a bag, and ate like 4 jelly beans out of it, and my husband reminded me that they were bunny poop, and that quickly made it impossible to continue to chew. Just wait, I'm going to ruin something for him.
5. Easter: do you go all out with the Easter Bunny or focus on the religious part of the holiday?

Both. I believe that you can do both, as long as you teach your kids that the religious part takes priority over the bunny part. We did both as a kid, and if I had children, I would do the same. Sometimes it's about having the same traditions and experiences that I had as a kid and passing those on to my nieces and nephews and cousins.

Have a beautiful Easter! Remember that it's not all about the Easter Bunny.


  1. Love your blog! And, can have both the fun and the Christ-centered holiday.

  2. I havent seen hop, but if you are talking about what I think you're talking about, my brother and I did kind of the same thing many years ago when we wanted bunnies. Dad said no. So we put chocolate covered peanuts and raisins all over the place and pictures of bunnies under toilet seats, in cabinets, in his drawers, everywhere. Needless to say, we ended up getting two bunnies, but I have a hard time eating chocolate covered raisins to this day. :-)

    Great blog!



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