Straight from Facebook-gotta love the multi-task on this one.
ONE: I started this and made it to about 10, hit save, it didn't save. I am starting over.
TWO: I am scared of large groups of birds. Thanks Alfred Hitchcock.
THREE: I love reality TV current favs are: The Bachelor (guilty pleasure), The Biggest Loser (oh, joelle!), The Amazing Race (starting a new season soon).
FOUR: When I lived in China I was given a cat for a birthday gift. I was scared of cats. I named him Boaz (we had some amazing adventures). I am still a bit nervous around felines.
FIVE: I am often making random conversation with complete strangers.
SIX: I am a notorious eavesdropper. I try not too. I just have the capacity to follow to 2-3 conversations that are happening at the same time.
SEVEN: I love games. Current fav: Ticket to Ride, come over and let's play!
EIGHT: My thumbs look like toes-I have learned to embrace them.
NINE: I am always thinking outside the box about how to get a good deal. You'd be shocked what you can get if you just ask.
TEN: Game show bloopers crack me up! So do Headlines with Jay Leno.
ELEVEN: Brent and I have started recycling and have cut our trash service down to 2x a month and only send off 4 trash bags in a month. Amazing!
TWELVE: Brent is outside trying to fix our car's bumper that is jacked-not sure how it happened.
THIRTEEN: Wo hui shuo zhong wen. (I can speak Mandarin, Chinese)
FOURTEEN: I only want 2 kids. The only way I see this changing is if our second pregnancy is twins.
FIFTEEN: I am a blog addict. There, I said it. The blogosphere could keep me entertained for days.
SIXTEEN: I failed my first driving test at age 16. I guess I failed it as I was leaving the parking lot. Left turn out of a right hand lane=automatic fail. Passed the second time.
SEVENTEEN: I have NEVER had a cavity.
EIGHTEEN: I love blankets-when I am at home I always like one in any season.
NINETEEN: I love art museums.
TWENTY: Some of my favorite art I have produced has been for other people.
TWENTY-ONE: I lip-sync'ed to Amy Grant's "Find a Way" in 4th grade. I created a choreographed dance to go along with it. I wore a poka-dot top (low cut in the back) and pink shorts. I'm glad that no one had a camcorder. It was brave. It was bold. It was BAD.
TWENTY-TWO: I think Canada is great.
TWENTY-THREE: I have started to feel baby girl moving.
TWENTY-FOUR: I enjoy drinking hot water.
TWENTY-FIVE: I am so grateful for God providing Brent as my husband. He is a wonderful, supportive, tender, God-loving man. I am filled with joy about this miracle every day.