Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Answer Me This - Olives and Pickles

1. Do you have a land line?

Yes. We have a security system so landline required. I love our security system so I'm will to fork out the extra $ for the landline. 

Also we live in a bit of a valley (and I mean little) so cell service on the first floor of the house is less than perfect. 

2. What is your least favorite food?

Hmmm.. Probably would have to be pickles and olives. I recently tried olives because my girls love them - trust me olive ice cream was not a pregnancy craving. E caught me in my own words about trying food on the dinner table so I ate my words and reminded I DON'T care for them. 

3. What's on your summer reading list?

Well.. I have to finish this one.

And I just started this one. First in a series of four. 


And after the SUPER intense metaphysics I dealt with yesterday - I'll have to add this one for good measure. 

The Ladder of Divine Ascent - St John Climacus

I've heard this one is a good one too.

4. Is there something that people consistently ask for your advice on? What is it?

No. I think I have a whole lot of learning left in life. Maybe when I get to be 30 people will start thinking I am worthy of handing out advice

5.  What's the most physically demanding thing you've ever done?

Ehh.. Ran a marathon. Given birth to three times. I've only done one activity once. Would have to say the marathon required much more physical training in the months and weeks leading up to it. Still running half marathons because those seem much more reasonable. 

Don't have anything much more interesting than that

6. How do you feel about massages?

Good. I feel a lot better about them when the hubby and I are having a couples massages. Makes me feel WAY less creeped out about them.

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  1. I have that first book and need to start it! I've got a stack of homeschooling and parenting books sitting on my shelf because I know that if I read them I have to start implementing what I learn... Ah, to be stagnant :P

    1. I really enjoyed the homeschooling book considering 6 months ago I would thought you were a lunatic had you recommended me to read it. Definitely a perspective changer!