Thursday, March 19, 2009


Seven Things I Plan To Do Before I Die:
1. Take an international trip with my family (Scotland, Italy, Africa...somewhere!)
2. Be involved with some sort of food/homeless ministry...however God wants to develop that.
3. Finish reading all of the Bible
4. Get lasik eye surgery
5. Go on a "Boog & Flo" trip - just the two of us
6. Go on a "Girls Only" vacation with just my sister and our girls
7. Truly enjoy those "moments" with my daughters ( picking out prom dresses, planning their weddings, etc.)

Seven Things I Can Do:
1. Come up with creative ideas for teaching
2. Keep a neat house
3. Bake
4. Be alone
5. Smile a lot : )
6. Be self-depricating
7. Pick good interior paint colors

Seven Things I Can't Do:
1. Stay up late
2. Be a Type A person
3. Pay full price for clothes
4. Determine North/South/East/West without a compass
5. Work in an office setting again
6. Read fiction novels
7. Wake up earlier than I have to

Seven Things that Attracted Me to My Mister:
1. His brown eyes
2. His super-excitable personality
3. He was a country boy
4. He says ( and writes) what he feels
5. He loves his family & Jesus
6. His big heart
7. He's got integrity

Seven Things I Say Most Often:
1. "Graaaaccceee......"
2. "Really?"
3. "Anyway...."
4. "So what time will you be home?" (this to my hubs)
5. "Nevermind"
6. "y'know"
7. "Goodness gracious!"

Seven Things I Admire:
1. The way Boog is with Grace
2. My in-laws - for their marriage
3. My relationship with my sister
4. God's gifting of people (for singing, communication, creating, etc.)
5. God-loving families
6. The Cosby Show - for it's down-to-earth wholesomeness
7. Unexpected thoughtfulness

Seven Favorite Foods:
1. Pot roast/mashed potatoes
2. Key Lime Pie
3. Jenna's enchilada meal (No lie, Jenna!)
4. Mongolian Beef from PF Chang's
5. Homemade Vanilla Blue Bell Ice Cream
6. Chicken Ceasar salads/wraps/etc.
7. Rotel Dip


Homemomma said...

Awesome post! Our 7 to do before we die is almost identical to mine, going on a trip to Italy with the kiddos is high up there defintely!

Allison said...

Mark says, "I fully endorse your wanting to go to Italy, as do my ancestors!"

The Garners said...

Very fun post! Loved reading it. We could for sure be great friends--especially eating pot roast, mashed potatoes and KEY LIME PIE! :)

Claire said...

Ooooh, I like this - may I borrow it, please?


Jenna said...

What a fun post! I love reading your blog! Thanks for the compliment on the enchiladas...did you ever make them?
It was good seeing you tonight!

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