Sunday, March 16, 2008


I've been Tagged
7 random/weird things about me

1. I Wanted to start a my own fashion line. I love to wear and experiment with clothes, i would love to learn to sew and make really cool clothes.

2. I would have loved to been a doctor but i just never wanted to put in the eight year of school.
i love the adrenalin rush and to know how to save someones life. As well i thought being a teacher would have been cool.

3. I love to learn, new, old any thing i just love to learn stuff, my favorite subject in high school where history, math and science.

4. I'm also a dreamer, i love the make believe, happy ever after, love sap stories.

5.I love the ocean and the rain, so i someday probably never but i would have loved to live in Washington state, or some other place by the ocean.

6. I've always wanted to travel, i wanted to go on a mission somewhere out state and then go back packing somewhere like Scott land Paris England Spain and even Africa. I wanted to live in new york city and California as well.

7. I love to do crafts and draw, I love to try and do different things and decorate my house with the things I've made or done. I've got so many projects started that i need to finish, from Brighton" to Jaiden's, to Brandon and Mine, down stairs and up stairs? You name it. but I'll get them done someday? (maybe) ;)

As well I'm thinking I'm going to Tag, Cari, Becky, Jenn, Meg, Ashley, Kari, and Courtney. Good luck Ladies :)

Wednesday, March 5, 2008

I'm a supermom! ;)

Take this test!
You're a smart, social person who probably likes to have deep conversations, read books and magazines, and have a little think time to yourself. That's why we're not surprised that when it comes to motherhood, your super strength lies in your ability to connect with your kids.

Whether you're listening to them talk about their favorite music, sharing funny memories from the past with them, or mapping out your next family adventure together, you're a mega-involved mama who really likes to know everything that's going on in your children's lives. After all, if they keep you up-to-date on the small stuff, they're probably more likely to open up when they need help with the bigger decisions in their future, too, right? Not only that, but you know that by teaching them to be articulate and engaged conversationalists, you're giving them good social skills that will pay off for the rest of their lives. Nice work!