Ran across this challenge on Coffee Mom's blog. Can you answer each of the questions in just one word?
1. Where is your cell phone? Dunno?
2. Your significant other? Special
3. Your hair? Long
4. Your mother? Jolly
5. Your father? Gone
6. Your favorite thing? Son
7. Your dream last night? Weird
8. Your favorite drink? Coffee!!
9. Your dream/goal? Farm
10. The room you’re in? Living
11. Your church? Family
12. Your fear? Spiders
13. Where do you want to be in 6 years? Snohomish
14. Where were you last night? Home
15. What you’re not? Bored
16. Muffins? Pumpkin
17. One of your wish list items? Antiques
18. Where you grew up? Paradise
19. The last thing you did? Awaken
20. What are you wearing? Pjs
21. Your TV? None
22. Your pets? Cat
23. Your computer? Laptop
24. Your life? Full
25. Your mood? Serene
26. Missing someone? Holly
27. Your car? Unhealthy
28. Something you’re not wearing? Shoes
29. Favorite store? Ours!
30. Your summer? Happy
31. Like(love) someone? Lots!
32. Your favorite color? Rainbow
33. Last time you laughed? Always
34. Last time you cried? Dunno
35. Who will repost this? Nobody
I love these stupid things. The idea of answering these with one word was a unique challenge – its interesting to think of which questions took me a long time to answer. One of them was #9. In the last year, I have achieved a number of my dreams and goals. I have a wonderful husband, we own a home and a business we love, I have a son AND I was able to quit my day job to be home with him, and I'm doing art again. Much of our life feels very complete. So, what's next? I believe in always having goals and dreams, so I really had to think about this one. I'll likely think more about it later. Anyway, my answer relates to #13. We want very much to return to the Snohomish community. It is home to us. So, my dream and goal is for one day to live on one of those lovely little patches of green farmland, in a sweet little farmhouse that needs a little love, and perhaps a big red barn. My dreams are pretty simple. 🙂
I've always liked answering questions. In school, I actually enjoyed tests. The ACTs and SATs were fun. And I especially loved math, because in general, there is always just one right answer. What a relief that was! My love of questions may have been instilled in me as a child, as one of the games I'd play with my dad, usually on a long drive somewhere, was "What's the capital of…" and "What's the square root of…" and so on.