Friday, November 11, 2011

10 Random Things About Me

Hey, guys.  So glad to be home today (and so thankful for the veterans who have served our country).  I thought I'd take a few minutes to do a different type of post for blog award season.  Honestly, I have no idea what that is, but my buddy Jasmine over at The Mrs. The Mommy. The MD. linked me and I thought, "why not?" :)

I have to tell you 10 random things about me and then link up to other blogs.  Here goes.
  1. I am the most disorganized person you will ever meet.  My brain doesn’t even work in an organized way.  At work I fake it and have these super organized lesson plans – really for two reasons:  1) To make my job easier.  If lesson plans didn’t exist, I’d be an awful, all-over-the-place teacher.  2)  How am I to ask my students to be organized when I'm not?  So I'm forced to stay on top of my game at work.  But you should see my house.  Actually, no, you shouldn’t.  But it is something that I’m always working on.
  2. This is pretty ironic, but I’m also a germophobe.  It's even worse now that I have a child.  For example, I think it’s a character flaw (we all have them, but this one is so FIXABLE) when people use the restroom and walk out without washing their hands.  I just don’t understand HOW people do it: use it, flush it, and just…WALK OUT.  It should just FEEL wrong.  And honestly, I think it's selfish since generally we all touch the same surfaces (doors, tables, etc.).  Though my house is cluttered most days, you should never worry about touching germy surfaces. I’m all over that.
  3. I’m a very happy person, and I love to smile.  I tend to see the good in everything – sometimes to a fault.
  4. I can’t cook.  One word:  CrockPotGirls.com.  All you other domestically-challenged girls out there, you can thank me later. 
  5. I don't really like talking on the phone.  Text me.
  6. I think we’re put here on Earth to do for others
  7. I think motherhood has been my single-most life-impacting blessing.  Not life-impacting as in the fact that I now spend my days wiping spaghetti off the floor and reading books about curious monkeys and big red dogs, but the way I see life.  It makes you stop and smell the roses, appreciate the more simple things in life, and want to be the best person you can be.
  8. The first thing I notice about people is their eyes - particularly their shape, placement, and intensity.  I'm sort of obsessed with them.  I love my husband's and was thrilled that Morgan got her daddy's eyes.   
  9. I love nature and being outside (in warmer months). 
  10. I love my life – faith, family, friends, and career – and I wouldn’t have it any other way.
Now I have to link to other blogs.  I have a ton of favorites (Have you seen my list to the right?  Out of control.), but here are a few of them:


Have a great weekend!

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