Friday, March 30, 2007

Friday Feast



Appetizer: What are you proud of?
I'm proud of my son. I love to watch him grow and learn every day of his life. Even though there are times/moments where I may get upset or angry he still makes me very proud to call him my son. I'm also very proud of my marriage. We will be married 16 years this August and I'm looking forward to many more years.

Soup: What is the best thing you’ve ever won as a prize.
I really can't think of anything at this moment.

Salad: Name something you do that is a waste of time.
As much as I like to surf the internet, read my emails and blog I would probably say that some of it (and I do say some) is a waste of time.

Main Course: In what year of your life did you change the most?
That would be 2000. That's the year that we adopted our son. That's when our lives changed dramatically for the better. Never thought that another life would change so much.

Dessert: Where is a place you consider to be very tranquil?
Probably anywhere I can find nature. Going outside for me is very tranquil. Especially if I can be all by myself. Which isn't very often so I do cherish those moments.

7 comments:

Lisa Renee said...

Becoming a parent is definitely a life changing event. Happy feast day to you!

:-)

annie said...

I enjoyed your feast! Mine's up!

Annie
My Life as Annie!

jenny said...

I have the same Appetizer as you---kind of! ;-)

I should have admitted to the same salad as you!

Thanks for your feast!

Joseph C. Harris said...

Great feast. Thanks for visiting and commenting on my blog.

Ctina said...

I agree with your salad. I love blogging and communicating with friends online, but I waste a lot of time online! :) Nice Feast!

Carrie! :o) said...

You're so right. Becoming a Mom is life changing! Wonderful feast!

Thanks for visiting my feast, as well!

Rob Carr said...

When training for the marathons, I loved to take training runs on the Rails to Trails. I know what you mean about nature!

Rob of UnSpace

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