Meet Me Monday Week four!!

Last week was a whirlwind having me not prepared to really have it together. I feel like it is such a hard time for everyone right now.  Being locked inside for so long, scared of getting sick, sick of the hate in our country.  I look at my boys making me sad that they are in this world, so much unknown so much heartache.  I don't think my blog is at the place to make big changes in peoples lives but I will do what I can this week to make things lighter, try as hard as I can to not be political or tell you my thoughts on all of this nightmarish hell that we are all feeling... So here are 5 questions to start your Monday. Hoping that you are able to sit back, relax, reading something light. 

What kind of guy would you want to be married to if you could pick 1 guy?  
Let' see this is pretty easy.... for sure it would be Seth Rogen... Meow!  I want a man's man with a dad's bod, the guy that would be able to make me laugh and be my best friend.  I want a guy that will push me in the grocery cart, dance with me in the kitchen, take me fishing but get a little dressed up for a date night. Most importantly the guy that will love my babies like they are his own, that after all this time when I finally give him my heart I am also giving him more hearts than mine.     I want the guy that a few months ago sat outside the window where his wife was having chemo because he couldn't go it with her.  Not that I am going to meet Seth in person but my dad did a few months ago where he works and he said he was just a regular guy, ( I am a little pissed in the 20 minutes he was with him he couldn't convince him to meet me? One job dad! One job!)  .... maybe I will be able to bump into him too one day and he will fall madly in love with this big mouth.......... Ya'll never know.  He is on my vision board to from my keyboard to God's ears!  

When you were a kid what did you want to be? 
Well, I wanted to be a mama, maybe a teacher at some point but other than that my real goal in life was to become a county singer... don't laugh.  I was born an entertainer I loved making people laugh, I loved to sing.  I use to be pretty good at it.  Things happen and you give up on your dreams when you are growing up. If I could go back I would live out my dreams the best I could.  I would hope that I would believe in myself more then I did back than.  For sure I know I am not there completely yet but I am closer to believing in myself than I ever have before. 

If you could go anywhere in the world right now where would you go? 
I would be at the ocean, any ocean.  I would be in a small cabin right on the beach, warm salt air in a gentle breeze, sunkissed skin, building sandcastles, in a beach chair reading a wonderful summertime novel.  Listening to the boys laugh and play.  The surf pounding on the beach.   So I would love to be at the beach in Cannon Beach Oregon.  A favorite place of mine that I have had made many wonderful memories. 

What is your biggest fear? 
I have two major fears. That I will lose my boys, meaning they will get sick or in an accident, and even bigger fear is something that will happen to me and I won't be there to watch them grow up.   I do rest easy that I have parents that would be with them if that ever happens and I have a great friend I would trust them with as well.  But losing them is my deepest fear. 

What was the first job you had? 
I was a babysitter for my first job under the table.  The second job I had for about two weeks was working as a hostess at a local restaurant and I didn't like that I had made plans and the owner told me I couldn't leave so I was 16 and my parents didn't make me get a job so I quit.  I was a bit of a spoiled brat back then, at times that spoiled brat comes out a little bit. I try to keep her under wraps!  My third real job was in a tree nursery! I worked there every summer between school. It was a fun place to work,  I stayed doing that and babysitting until I got an adult job that I stayed with for 13 years! 

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