Friday, August 20, 2010

MFF #9

WOW! Another week has flown by and school starts next week.  My teacher legs are not yet installed and my hips are already protesting.  But that is why someone invented Wine and Tylenol. "CAN I GET AN AMEN?"
Anyway, let's get on to what you came here for...
Thanks to wifeofasailor for the questions every week.  If you are new to the game and want to play just click on the button.

If you could be a fugitive from the law for whatever reason, what would your crime be?
I really don't know but I would want it to be something fun and flashy so that when I get caught or disappear in to infamy they will make a History channel documentary about my life of crime.


How long do you think you will be a military family?
I don't know if I fully understand this question and after I read some other answers a better answer will come to me but what is coming in to my head is ALWAYS.  I think we have went through this very unique experience and although it won't forever define our lives it will be something that bonded us and that sets apart from others even when we are old and gray.


What’s your favorite recipe?
I am not a cook nor a baker and the things that I can successfully make don't need recipes but my sopapilla cheesecake and Cowboy Bean Soup (never posted this but let me know if y'all want it... it is delish especially on a cold day) are always big hits.


What would you want your last five words to be when you leave this life?
"That's all beeyotches, I'm out." (I think the word beeyotch is so funny... :D)

Where do you hope to retire?
Teanaway River Valley, WA... I want a barn house by the river but not in a flood plane.  It is just a super peaceful place that holds lots of memories from my childhood.

    4 comments:

    wifeofasailor.com said...

    Your #1 cracks me up!

    Athena said...

    I totally agree with #2 - I don't think we will ever stop being a military family. It is just a way of life. I will be thankful when the deployments end though!

    Sammie said...

    I wrote something similar for my final 5 words, bahaha. Can't take life too seriously, even in death.

    Sammie @ http://militaryadventure.blogspot.com

    hmb said...

    Haha your last 5 words is hilarious!