I love taking pictures, but I still need to learn a lot of work at it. I'm hoping this blog will help me learn and explore photography more.
I almost never allow my picture to be taken and if I do, there is ALWAYS someone else in the photo-- usually it's my son. Someday I know I'll regret this when I look back on pictures of my child's early years.
I don't drink coffee-- can't do it, and believe me I've tried. I had an addiction to Diet Coke for years however. I finally kicked the habit 9 months ago.
My house is full of tiny Lego bricks (and most of them are my husband's-- he works for the company).
I am terrible at making decisions for myself yet I can make decisions for my husband in no time (and vice versa).
I LOVE football (and sports in general).
I would much rather cook, clean, give baths, help with potty and teeth brushing -- or any of the care and nurturing tasks than play trucks or puzzles. I just don't have the patience for 'playing'. I do it (of course), but I don't love it. For the record-- my husband is one of the most creative and fun 'playmates' my child could ever ask for. I'm secretly jealous of this.
I love handwriting lists and I like to change up the 'look' of my handwriting every so often. (and by handwriting I don't mean cursive - I think I may have actually forgotten how to write in cursive since I use it so infrequently) I get nervous when handwriting in crafting or scrapbooking however because then my handwriting is immortalized forever on a potential "important" piece.
I refuse to leave the house without make-up on. Even to just get the mail or drive through the bank atm. It's a total insecurity thing stemming from the chicken pox incident of 8th grade.
I've had the chicken pox twice. (I know they say it's not possible but I did!!) A very mild case when I was quite young (like 5 or 6) then again in 8th grade (as if 8th grade isn't traumatizing enough).
I use "quotation marks", dashes --, ... and exclamation points way too much! Please forgive my poor punctuation and grammar.
For a more formal introduction, check out my 'introduction' post.