My blog friend Melissa over at Motherhood is an Art recently tagged me in a post that consists of lists of 5 things about myself. This is an easy, quick-hitting list to share a little bit more about each other. Below you will find my answers to these questions. Enjoy!
Five Things I Have a Passion for:
- My family
- Learning, growing, and trying to simply be a better mom, wife, friend, and all around person
- Reading & writing
- Cheese – specifically a 5 – 6 year old aged Cheddar
- Chocolate anything!
Five Things I Would Like To Do Before I Kick the Bucket:
- Hug a koala bear
- Eat sushi at Tsujiki Fish Market in Tokyo
- Learn a few basic ballroom dance moves with my hubs (so we can look cute as old people dancing together at weddings)
- Become a better baker (I’m currently more of a cook)
- Go on a Habitat for Humanity international service trip (or another vacation combining a service project)
Five Things I Say A Lot:
- No hitting. No wrestling. No running off. (These rules are also repeated back to me, but are not always followed.)
- Be right back.
- Listening Ears on
- Use your inside voice please!
- I love you!
Five Things I Read Recently:
- Currently reading: Twelve Tribes of Hattie by Ayana Mathis
- Rediscover Catholicism by Matthew Sweet
- Mad Women: The other side of life on Madison Avenue in the ’60′s and beyond by Jane Maas
- Bring up the Bodies by Hilary Mantel
- TOO many amazing blogs to count!
Five Favorite Movies:
- Dirty Dancing – such a classic! “Nobody puts Baby in the corner!”
- The Diving Bell and the Butterfly – it’s a total tear-jerker, but so amazing. Very very brief synopsis: a man dictates his memoir by blinking to communicate!
- The Shawshank Redemption
- Run Lola Run (auf Deutsch: Lola Rennt)
Five Places I Would Love to Travel:
- Australia (see koala comment above)
- Japan with Daddy O. – Tokyo, Kyoto, Takayama, Nikko
- Hawaii (do I really just have 5 lines…there are so many more places on my list – India, China, Thailand, Vietnam, Africa)
Five Bloggers I’m Tagging For This Thing:
All you ladies need to do is get to answering and writing, so we can all learn a little more about you! (I know this is kind of chain letter-like, so if you don’t answer, I won’t hold it against you!) Have a great night!
Great answers! That would be really cute to learn some ballroom dancing! How was the book Mad Women?
It was a non-fiction book, as the author worked in advertising agencies in the 60’s. She shares what Mad Men gets right and wrong based on her own experience. It was interesting, but not a “can’t-put-it-down” type of book!