I’m in a meme mood and my friend Joan over at Whatever I Think had this fun one that I’m going to use.
I am getting nervous about the start of the new school year.
I think I should go back to school for my Master’s Degree.
I know I am blessed.
I have a wonderful family and many terrific friends.
I wish that the next president will lead our country in a new and better direction.
I hate getting up at five in the morning, but you knew that already.
I miss my grandfathers.
I fear being totally alone and losing people I love.
I hear music. I love many different styles of music.
I smell tuna noodle casserole. It’s what we had for supper. It is one of my favorites.
I crave real chocolate ice cream in a sugar cone. At least a double scoop.
I search for answers to my questions, and I have a lot of questions.
I wonder what my children will be like as adults.
I regret not taking more chances before I had children.
I love my husband, children, parents, sisters, grandparents, nieces, nephews, in-laws, and other assorted relatives. I love my friends too!
I ache in my back. I hate it.
I am not a pessimist. I am not an optimist either. I think I am a realist.
I believe in life after death, so maybe I am an optimist.
I dance whenever I can. With or without music.
I sing whenever I can, and yes I can do it with or without music, and I can carry a tune!
I cry when I’m sad, angry, happy, frustrated, and even relieved. I’ve shed many tears. They come easily for me.
I fight when I believe it is necessary to fight.
I win at the game Bananagrams. I love that game!
I lose my focus. Frequently. What was I saying?
I never go to bed without washing my face.
I always tell my children I love them when I tuck them in for the night.
I confuse the names Matthew and Michael. I also confuse the names Jennifer and Jessica. I cannot tell you why I do that.
I listen when my children talk with their friends. I’ve learned a lot.
I can usually be found with my nose in a book, or maybe playing on the computer.
I am scared of failure.
I need chocolate. (It seemed like the right answer, at the time.)
I am happy about being home with my children during the summer.
I imagine many things, because I’ve got an overactive imagination.
I tag anyone who’d like to try this. It’s harder than it appears.