It's time to answer some more questions that y'all asked me
a lifetime ago a few months ago.
(Check out the first set of questions and answers here.)
- What is your worst trait?
I would have to say that it's my impatience. I can't stand to wait, walk slow, drive slow, listen to someone ramble on in a story, etc. I like quick answers and fast drivers. It really is something that I'm working on, especially being a nurse and a newlywed!
- Are you a momma's girl or a daddy's girl?
I am without a doubt a mommy's girl. We talk nearly every single day...and when we do go a day without talking, it's creepy and usually only because I worked all day. My mommy is my best friend!
- What is your favorite color?
I feel like it's pretty obvious from my blog, but just in case there's any lingering confusion...it's pink! All shades of pink! Surprisingly, I'm also a huge fan of green. In college, my entire dorm room was done in pink and green and basically looked like a 4 year old's room. And I loved it.
My dorm room my SENIOR year of college.
- What is your favorite book?
I think my all time favorite book is Redeeming Love by Francine Rivers. It's a tale of the most beautiful love story ever written and shows how true love comes through Christ and Christ alone!
- What is your favorite movie?
I can't pick. Serendipity, Armageddon, The Notebook. I. love. love.
- How old were you and your husband when you guys got married?
I was 24 and he was 23. Cougar. Rawr.
photo via Brandon O'Neal Photography
- What advice would you give someone who is trying to grow their blog?
I would say blog consistently, be true to who you are, and share the love. Our blog is our platform in the world, our chance to share our lives. We ALL want to feel important, treasured, heard and appreciated. Visit a lot of blogs and leave genuine comments...and the love will get returned. : )
- At what age did you lose your virginity?
I wrote a whole post about that here. Feel free to read it!
- What is your most embarrassing moment?
Y'all...no lie: I turn red just thinking about it. I mean, I have quite a few, but this one always pops up first when someone asks this question. In the first grade, we were taking a test and my teacher refused to let me leave and go to the bathroom. She said that I could "hold it" until the test was over. Well, guess what? I couldn't hold it. I peed ALL over the floor and it started trickling through the rows of desks and everyone started laughing. I tried to laugh, too...to pretend that it wasn't me. But everyone knew. And guess what? The teacher excused me to the bathroom then. I mean, come on, wetting your pants is for preschoolers!
I'm a winner.
- What is a lesson that you've learned the hard way?
Oh, how convenient. I'm revealing the answer to this question today over on Tatiana's blog. It's honest and deep and was a little scary to broadcast. (Okay, yes, I made this question up to perfectly plug my guest post. But wasn't it perfectly plugged?!)
Anyone else have any other questions to ask? Fire away! Ha, I used a fire pun and my husband is a fireman.