Friday, August 19, 2011

Five Question Friday

It's my last Friday as a free woman! Next Friday will be back to the homework grind. Part of me is looking forward to it, and the other part of me is dreading it. I am ready to have something to do at work, but I'm not ready for all of the homework.

We have plans tonight to have dinner with some friends, I'm looking forward to the laughter and jokes that we will share. With all the stress of the last few months we can use the fun to decompress.

I have a cooking orgy planned to try and stock the freezer with a few extra meals before school, that way on the extra busy nights, we can have a home cooked meal and not worry with eating out. It's a win-win situation for both of us.

Enjoy your weekend!

1. Do you close the bathroom door when you are home alone?

::hangs head in shame:: Nope. When I'm home alone, I leave the door wide open. I don't shut it at all. If a burglar were to come in they would see me in all my glory. I have no shame. But when my husband is home, I shut the door. Because when I poop, I want privacy. Otherwise, I leave the door open.
2. You have to walk around with a word on your forehead. That word describes you. One word. What is it?

I had to ask my husband on this one. His first word - beautiful. At first I was going to protest that, but then I got to thinking about it. And yes, I am beautiful. I may not have the prettiest face, or the best body in the world, but my heart, it is most definitely beautiful. I'm loving, I'm giving, and I'm thoughtful. And I can give you 20 people to email who would agree. Most of them, my husbands cousins and their families.
3. What store do you refuse to shop at and why?

Lowe's grocery store. The few times that I have been in there, the food seems to be cheap and old. Of course this was a good few years ago. I haven't been in that store in about 8ish years. Otherwise I'm not too picky. I primarily stick with Wally World, TarJay, Cato's, Fashion Bug, Lane Bryant, and Hobby Lobby.

4. If you participated in arranged marriages for your child(ren), who would you choose for your child(ren)?

I don't know that I would participate even if I had too. I think that part of growing up involves having your heart broken. You need to have your heart broken at least once to truly understand how relationships work. You need to have your heart broken so that you can really understand love.
5. If you could pick how and when you would die, would you?

I have went back and forth on this one. And my final answer - no. Life only has meaning because there is an ending. Granted, if you knew when it was ending you would have the opportunity to make it count. You could say your goodbyes and make amends, but at the same time, you would know. You would make the most of it, and so would everyone else. It would be penciled in on someone's calender. On the other hand without knowing, you have the freedom to make plans and live your life. You don't get caught up into "getting everything in" before you die.
The only thing that I would pick is how. I simply want to go to sleep and not wake up. My grandparents, Papa, all went that way. It's peaceful. It's painless. And I would be unaware, which would be a blessing in its self.
Happy Friday! I hope you have a wonderful weekend! It's the last one of August!

1 comment:

  1. Stopping by and hopping along! I just dropped my son off at college and the is a Lowes grocery there. I may have to tell him not to go!



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