Since I was planning on doing an anniversary post today in celebration of our wedding anniversary that is Sunday, but could not not do Five Q. Friday It might be a little of both. Just a warning a head of time.
1. Do you feel guilty spending money on yourself?
Really? Who else should I be spending my hard earned money on? I say it like that because we don't have kids or anything yet, so I am allowed to spend money on myself. As is any woman. I am also a firm believer that if you are not the one "making" the money then maybe you should think before you spend someone else's money on yourself. Just saying.
2. How well do you know your neighbors?
Touchy subject round these parts :) Okay not really. BUT....We have neighbors on both sides. One side I don't think that I have said more than 2 words too. I never see them. They are friendly enough. They are never outside...blah blah. The other neighbors. We don't see as much of them as we used to, and I am okay with that. I will just leave it at that.
3. What age are you looking forward to being?
I don't have a specific age that I think will be better than another. It is all relative to what is happening at that point in my life, and I want to enjoy them all. Except I don't think that I will love having grey hair and joints that don't work as well so "old" is not something that I am looking forward to!
4. Do you get excited when the mail comes? Why?
Heck Yes! Some would say that I am obsessive about the mail. I love getting the mail. It is the highlight of my day. My mail does not come until around 3pm each day and it is the most frustrating thing EVER. Seriously, I know that the mail is here at the post office at a very early hour. Probably even got here last night. So why do I have to be LAST on the mail route? And why does a man who cannot even walk that well, and might be pushing obese deliver my mail? Walking 8 miles a day would thin him down a bit don't you think?
5. What is your earliest childhood memory?
I have a bad memory, so nothing specific is coming to mind right now. But many of my childhood memories involve being outside with my family. We were an outside family, which I loved. In the summer time we would play in the garden at our house (I loved dirt, and catching frogs/toads), or go camping. I loved the outdoors and loved spending time with my family. I am happy I was not one of those kids that grew up playing video games indoors all the time.
I am so excited to spend the weekend with just Dru. We will be "checking out" after I finish work today and relax all weekend at a friends lake cabin.
Anything is possible, but I do plan on catching some fish, catching some rays, and catching up with my husband.
|I'll let you decide what we are doing in this one :)|
|I don't think that he wanted a kiss from me. I bet that I had lipstick/gloss on :)|