Hello, everyone! Since I’ve revamped my blog and hope to see several new faces visiting in the near future, I thought it would be fun to fill out one of those cheesy getting to know you questionnaires we filled out as kids on the first day of school.
- Favorite color: Green!
- Favorite book: I have three favorites (give or take a few…): Emma by Jane Austen, Wuthering Heights by Emily Brontë, and the entire Mitford series by Jan Karon. After all, how many English majors can pick just one favorite book?
- Favorite song: Currently, I love I Don’t Dance by Lee Brice because it is the song my husband played the first time he asked me to dance, and I love If We Have Each Other by Alec Benjamin because my brother sent it to me (cue the tears on verse 3…)
- Favorite food: Pepperoni pizza or cheese tortellini with marinara sauce
- Least favorite food: Mashed potatoes (and yes, I have been informed that is strange)
- When I grow up, I want to be… an author of quality Christian Fiction books that are suitable for any age to read. Longer post coming on that next week!
- My best friends are… My husband, Joe, and my brother, AJ. I don’t know what I would do without those goofballs!
- My hero is… my mom, and she always has been. I think most people my age recognize our moms for the superheroes they were as they raised us in a really transitional season. I mean, flip phones were the coolest thing ever when I was 7! Now, I can post formatted articles with edited pictures and graphics all from my iPhone. It’s been a crazy world post-9/11, and it took a lot of guts and prayer from my mom to raise me right. I would also like to add my dad to the list. He works so hard to provide for my family, yet he still takes the time to send me a funny GIF every morning and make sure I’m always ok.
- If I could go anywhere in the world, I would go to… Scotland and Ireland! I’ve always wanted to visit the land of the redheads.
Do we have any of the same answers? If you want to see more of these posts, leave suggestion questions in the comments below! Thanks for reading!