1. When I wake-up in the morning the first thing I do is: whine about the weather to my pillow (on the days where I’m not met with sunshine, which is most days) and quickly brush my teeth and hair and wash my face. If I don’t do it before I get the girls, it may not happen.
I can hardly wait for: my trip to Korea, with
the girls, this summer. I haven’t been
on a plane since February 2008. I
travelled like quite a bit in my early to mid twenties, and I’m dying for an
The quickest way to my heart is: through my
daughters, because they warm my heart every day.
A little fact about me is that: I’m heading
off to my first trapeze class in an hour.
Keep your fingers crossed that I don’t end up in the hospital.
The best part of my job is: the flexibility. Freelance writing allows me to work around my
schedule. These days 99% of my time is
spent working as a SAHM. It’s a blessing
to be able to spend each and every day with Chloe and Calista. I also look forward to teaching again at some
point. The University of Arizona South
campus is in our new town, but I’m not sure if I’ll be ready to go back to
teaching yet. I like the idea of waiting
until our youngest is in 1st grade and then working around her (or
his if that happens at some point) schedule.
Something I couldn’t live without (materialist):
would have to be my Ergo. I love being
able to wear Calista and hold Chloe’s hand everywhere we go. It brings a bit of simplicity to our
Something useful that I wish I knew how to do:
would be carpentry or sewing.