1. What part of the state do you call home?
2. How long have you been blogging?
In 2004, I started to blog on Xanga. I briefly moved to bloodspot and then in September 2005, I moved everything here to my very own URL.
3. Why did you start blogging?
I originally started blogging to keep my family who are out of town up-to-date on our family’s life.
4. What do you love most about blogging?
I love being able to go back through the years and read about past events.
5. Where do you see yourself in 5 years?
I’ve quit trying to predict what’s going to happen in life. The last few years have proven to me that no matter what plans I try to make, I just need to listen to my Lord and Savior.
6. What is your favorite movie?
Ferris Bueller’s Day Off
8. Name the top 5 things on your bucket list.
Well, my bucket list isn’t in any order, but looking through it, I would say these are the top 5:
–Take a romantic Gondola ride through Venice
–Go to Ireland
–Go the top of the Eiffel Tower
–Go to Hawaii
–Parasail with Rob somewhere in the beautiful Caribbean
9. Who or what inspired you to blog?
Back then there were several awesome blogs that inspired me to share my life. Here’s a few of them that haven’t disappeared.
10. If you could be known for one thing in your life, what would it be?
Being a great Mom and wife and follower of Jesus Christ
11. Where is your favorite place to go on vacation?
I love the Caribbean! Gorgeous crystal turquoise waters, soft sand sliding through your toes, warm sunbeams shining down.
12. Describe the best moment in your life.
Life is about the journey. I could never pick one thing in life that is the best moment. I choose to live life to the fullest and find great moments everyday.
13. We’re headed to your neck of the woods for one day. What is one thing we have to do, and what restaurant we must eat at?
–Go to Toomer’s Drugs for some hand-squeezed lemonade.
–Go for a hike to see the beautiful falls at Chewacla State Park
–Eat at Niffer’s
14. What is a tradition you and your family have?
Our family has many traditions, most of which are centered around the holidays. One of our ‘anytime’ traditions is making the homemade pasta that Rob’s Great Grandmother passed down. We as a family along with friends on occasion, we all stand around the table and help crank out the pasta called Cavatelli.