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If you could know three languages fluently which three would they be?
Who is your favorite actor/actress?
How many cats is too many cats?
What is something you would want written in your obituary?
What is something you would want to see while out on a walk that you have never seen before?
Anger. Because that's something that I struggle with that I wish I didn't!Danadelfos wrote:If you could choose one emotion that you would never have again, what emotion would that be?
Spanish, Italian, and Romanian.If you could know three languages fluently which three would they be?
I honestly do not really have one. But just for the sake of answering, I'll say Dick Van Dyke, just because he's hilarious.Who is your favorite actor/actress?
2. One is acceptable, but more than that is just tooooo many. Although even one will keep my mom from ever visiting me again, according to her.How many cats is too many cats?
That I loved Jesus and served my family.What is something you would want written in your obituary?
Umm....hmmm...let's see. Beautiful flowers that are different than what I've seen here in the US. We'll go with that.What is something you would want to see while out on a walk that you have never seen before?
― Laura Ingalls Wilder
What's one of the most difficult challenges in marriage?
Do you like s'mores?
What is something that you admire about how your parents raised you?
What's something you would do different than your parents when raising your own children?
Living with my best friend, someone who has my back, supports and loves me unconditionally.Danadelfos wrote:What is one of your favorite things about being married?
Opening up to what's bothering me, since I can be private and not want to bother hubby. But he can always tell when I'm down and wants to talk about it, even when I want to bottle it up.What's one of the most difficult challenges in marriage?
YES. Pretty much anything that has sugar in it is wonderful.Do you like s'mores?
Going against the crowd with homeschooling...it wasn't very common or known about back when they started. Very brave of them to step into the unknown in that way!What is something that you admire about how your parents raised you?
I can't think of anything hugely different...although my husband and I do have a TV that we watch sports on, and we were raised without any TV until my 20s. I don't disagree with the concept of no TV, though.What's something you would do different than your parents when raising your own children?
― Laura Ingalls Wilder
What would your perfect house look like?
If you had to invest in a publicly traded company which company would you invest in and why?
What is your favorite flower?
If you had to live somewhere outside of the United States for a month, where would you live?
The family room. Comfy sofas where we relax, soft carpet, all the books and movies and toys are there...nice place to hang out.Danadelfos wrote:What is your favorite room in the house?
Haha, a lot like my current house, actually!! Country farmhouse-y, with a long covered front porch, big kitchen and family room, and plenty of bedrooms for the kids. Our house now could use a few tweaks...a better garage, bigger bathrooms, and a larger yard, but mostly I love it!What would your purrfect house look like?
Umm. Hmm. I have never been into stocks whatsoever, I have no idea. I suppose I would ask my husband what would get me the biggest return, since he's a financial guy and enjoys that sort of thing.If you had to invest in a publicly traded company which company would you invest in and why?
Cut flowers...daisies and roses. In the yard...hydrangeas and azaleas.What is your favorite flower?
Some European country, I think. I've always wanted to visit Italy where my ancestors came from. A month is a long time to explore the whole country. I've also thought Switzerland would be fun to visit, the scenery in pictures is beautiful. I love mountains.If you had to live somewhere outside of the United States for a month, where would you live?
― Laura Ingalls Wilder
Favorite way to travel?
Favorite type of sandwich?
What's one of your personality gifts?
Big groups of friends or small groups? Or one on one?