Melie shared her 26 things today, and since it's a snow day here and the kids are still asleep (but will be home all day) I thought I would take my last precious minutes alone to share my 26 things.
26 things about me in alphabetical order:
Age: 43 - It IS going to be my year!! WOOT!
Bed size: King. I scoot way down though, so my feet can hang off the bottom. They can't be contained.
Chore you hate: All of them. That word makes me mad.
Dogs: I love dogs. I am allergic to dogs. I have one beautiful furry husky named Ki.
Essential start to your day: A cuppa coffee. A thanks to God for all that is to come my way.
Favorite color: Brick Red. Sunflower Yellow.
Gold or Silver: Silver.
Instruments you play: I can hum (but not very well).
Job title: Mom. and Small Business Owner - in the medical business field.
Kids: Sweet boy, Jack is 8 and Cheeky Monkey, Mai is 6.
Live: Portland, OR.
Mom’s name: Mom.
Overnight hospital stays: Most recently with my kids - both C sections.
Pet peeve: People who cut in during traffic when I've placed the exact amount of safety feet between myself and the car ahead of me.
Quote from a movie: I can barely remember the name or plot of the movie I've watched the night before...and you want an actual QUOTE??
Right- or left-handed: Right. This was a really boring question.
Siblings: 1 cool younger brother who reminded me this week that until Sept, I am three years older than him.
Time you wake up: 6am on school days - so I have time to wake up with coffee and prayer before the kiddos have to get up. 6am on weekends because my body is now trained to wake up at 6am and because of this silly 1/2 IM stuff, I need to be up, coffeed, bathroomed, and to some far off meeting place to train with the team :-)
Underwear: I think you all now know the answer to that.
Vegetables you dislike: Beets, lima beans, cooked spinach.
What makes you run late: Dawdling.
X-Rays you’ve had: Lots of ultrasounds of the wee ones ~ FUN!
Yummy food you make: Sloppy Burritos.
Zoo favorite animal: Monkeys. They do the funniest and rudest and most embarrassing things - probably the same things monkeys would see us doing if our homes had glass walls.