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Sunday, January 24, 2010

5 question survey

1) Answer 5 questions with 5 answers.

2) Tag five other bloggers.

Questions:

1. Where were you 10 years ago?

1- I was 17 years old.
2- Living at home with my parents, 4 sisters, and 1 brother. (I stole this one from my sis, but it is true for me too)
3- I was getting ready to graduate from being home schooled.
4- I divided my free time between reading, cooking, and exercising.
5- I was torn between majoring in Culinary Arts with a nutrition emphasis, or Communications with a minor in English (Teaching English as a Second Language certificate).

2. What is on your to-do list for today?

It is about time for me to go to bed, so I will post for tomorrow.

1- Cleaning the living room and kitchen (anyone want to help with sweeping and mopping?).
2- Do some laundry.
3- Take a walk if the weather is good, work out on my exercise ball if it is not.
4- Read. Things I'm reading: The Safe Haven Marriage, The Bible, a sewing book I checked out of the library.
5- Plan and cook a good supper (even though I really want to make some tiramisu!).

3. What 5 snacks do you enjoy?

1- Toast, what I put on it varies: butter, or peanut butter, or nutella.
2- Crackers with hummus, or cream cheese spread.
3- Cheese.
4- Reece's Peanut Butter cups (I rarely buy them but they are my favorite).
5- Fruit, (usually Bananas, but recently naval oranges).

I could list others, but these are my favorite!

4. Where are 5 places you have lived?

1-Eupora, Mississippi. I was born there.
2-Covington, Louisiana.
3- Sparta, Mississippi. (we called it the "snake house", because a snake scared me and my mom in the bathroom one time, and then my mom found another snake on the screen door.)
4- Tupelo, Mississippi.
5- Columbus, Mississippi.


5. Name 5 things you would do if you were a billionaire:



1- Give money to missions and reputable charities. (another from my sis, but this is true too!)
2- Be a world traveler with my husband, go rafting down the Nile River, visit New Zealand's countryside and see it's volcanoes (the countryside would be for me the volcano would be for Daniel).
3- Pay off all debts and buy a lovely house with plenty of land, and build a smaller guest house on that land (good for renting out to young couples in need, or saving for aging parents someday).
4- Set up scholarship funds for people at my Alma mater and at various Christian colleges.
5- Spend some on family and future kids without worries. :)

Honestly, I may be able to do some of these things without a billion dollars. I hope so!



And now I am supposed to tag 5 people but instead I'm going to say:

If you want to do this consider yourself tagged. Otherwise you are off the hook.
(I know I'm breaking the rules here, but I just can't think of anyone to tag.)

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