Remove the blog in the top of the list and put yours at the bottom:
Then you get to select five people to tag with this meme, like so:
- Manateechik—she needs to do something light-hearted.
- Madam Librarian (aka Molly)
What were you doing 10 years ago?
Slogging through graduate school in Seattle, Washington.
What were you doing 1 year ago?
I have no idea. I’m sure I was being a mom, but I don’t remember anything more specific.
Five snacks you enjoy:
- Baby carrots
- Chocolate chip cookies
Five songs to which you know all the lyrics:
- I want your sex-George Michael
- You oughta know-Alanis Morrisette (the angry version)
- Morning Town Ride-as sung by the Wiggles
- Country Road-John Denver
- Bohemian Rhapsody-Queen
Five bad habits:
- Saying ‘butt’ in front of my children.
- Leaving trash in the car.
- Placing papers and mail in a box until I can do something with them
- Throwing anything in the bottom of my closet.
- Eating a whole package of chocolate chip cookies
Five things you like doing:
- Cooking with my children
- Playing play-doh with my children
Five things you would never wear again:
- Pink and green together
- Two polo shirts with the collars turned up.
- Soccer shorts
- Leggings with an oversize sweater
Five favorite toys:
- Little People
- Barbie Dolls
- Sit and Spin
Five home must-haves that you don’t have but really, obscenely want:
- Yard service, complete with dog waste removal
- Overhead heater in all the bathrooms.
- Shower stall with two shower heads
- Personal chef.
- Garage organization system.
Where do you want to be at this time next year?
Here? Wherever my husband and children are? At home with just one child; Inwe in kindergarten and Larien in 3yo preschool.
I’m not sure how this poem relates to this meme, but I felt like putting it in.
My Heart Leaps Up
By William Wordsworth
My heart leaps up when I behold
A rainbow in the sky;
So was it when my life began;
So is it now I am a man;
So be it when I shall grow old.
Or let me die!
The Child is father of the Man;
And I could wish my days to be
Bound each to each by natural piety.