Monday, August 2, 2010

Monday Minute

Hey all, how was your weekend? My brother turned 25 on Saturday and my Grams turned 89 on Sunday, so we had some family over to celebrate their lives. Otherwise, I laid low and studied for my microbiology final that I take tonight.

Since it's Monday, I thought I'd participate in Ian's 'Monday Minute.' This week, Ian is co-hosting with Jenn from Brown Eyed Girl. Be sure to visit both their blogs. If you want to play along, copy and answer the questions, then link up!

Monday Minute

1. Describe your life in one word.

Chaotic or complicated.

2. Is there something you wished you had learned to do as a child?

A cartwheel. It's the most pathetic site, to see me attempt to do one.

3. Who has been the biggest influence on your life?

I don't really know. I guess my mom. She's shown me how to be a strong, independent woman.

4. What is your greatest dream/hope/aspiration?

To be a mom to many children. Please, like y'all didn't know the answer to that. It's the one and only thing that would leave me feeling unfulfilled should it not be accomplished.

5. Do you believe you have reached your potential? Why or why not?

Hmm, that's kind of a tough question. Honestly, I'm not sure any of us ever meet our full potential, as I think there is always room for growth and improvement. We can always be a better sibling, child, parent, employee, boss, student, person, etc.

Thanks, Ian & Jenn!

Also, thanks Janet @ Something to Talk About for passing the Versatile Blogger Award to me. Thanks Janet, I'm so honored! :)

Hope you all have a wonderful week! In a perfect world, my creative juices will start flowing again and I'll be able to finish some posts I have in the works. :) Registered & Protected


Pam said...

Number 4. Can I call you Michelle Duggar, Michelle Duggar?

Uyen said...

I laughed so hard at your cartwheel answer. I thought all little girls knew how to do a cartwheel. The things we take for granted...sigh...

Marlene said...

Ooooh....a cartwheel.....I should've said THAT!! I've never learned to do one, either! (And I don't think I'm about to start learning NOW. I'd fall on my big fat head and break it.)

passionofthemom said...

;) YW!!

My elder monkey child turned 12 on Saturday...and her 3rd cousin turned 12 on Sunday! Tres bizarre, to be born a day apart before they're ever even related....LOL

Melissa said...

"many" children huh? good luck! And my answer to number 5 was very similar - I feel like we get better everyday and that there is always room for improvement.

Jenn said... can't do a cartwheel??? that is sad...

And I know how you feel on the greatest hope...I want to be married and have kids...and I feel like I say it over. and. over. and. over again! Of course, you are a lot younger than you have more time! For me, I feel like time is closing me out!

Well...I hate to hear this too, but it will happen when it happens!

Thanks for playing along today!

Nathan said...

You haven't truly lived until you've seen Coach Whittemore do a cartwheel.

Helene said...

If it makes you feel any better, I can't do a cartwheel worth a darn either.

The Girl Next Door Grows Up said...

I totally agree with you about the potential question. There is always something to work on... like cartwheels!


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