Thursday, June 23, 2011

MFF #46

It is that time again... MFF WOO HOO!

Go to Wifey's blog to play.

Are you a different person than you were five years ago? submitted by Sisterly Thoughts
Absolutely.  I have been through a lot in the last five years.  I can gauge this by the fact that I was a newlywed struggling with that, unemployment, new city and an impending deployment for the hubby.

If you could go on Amazing Race, who would you take with you as your partner and why? submitted by Thoughts from a Poekitten
I really don't know what you do on the Amazing Race or what you look for in a partner but I can tell you it wouldn't be my husband... we would end up lost (he doesn't ever want to take my directions even though I have been called "the human map"), divorced or one of us dead.

Does Facebook or Twitter actually bring more stress or good in to your life? submitted byJust an Arizona Girl
Good because I don't let the stupid things get to me.  If anyone is too annoying I just hide them.  Being in Korea it really helps me stay connected with everyone back in the States which is just amazing.

June is National Soul Food Month- what’s your soul food? submitted by NH Girl Displaced
Anything someone else cooks for me.  I love Lasagne and Mexican (not Tex-Mex, mind you) especially Chile Rellenos omelet style.

If you could live in any other era than the current, which one would it be & why? submitted by Sugar in My Grits
Always thought being a cowboy in the Wild West would be cool... wouldn't want to be a woman back then though.

3 comments:

rainintorainbows.com said...

Very cool that you're living in Korea! Did you go command-sponsored? I wanted to visit during DH's gig over there but ended up being unable to in the end. I've always regretted that.

(Stopped over from MilSpouse Friday Fill-In, btw. Nice to "meet" you!)

Megan Dub-Yuh said...

Yep, here command sponsored... wouldn't recommend coming over if you aren't. He was here for a year by himself and I came to visit and decided that I would come over and he would extend. Very great decision we made. Thanks for coming by.

Heidi Smith Luedtke -- LeadingMama said...

I'd love to live in Korea...it's hard for me to imagine somewhere so different from the US. But maybe that's just my assumption. Love your comment about your hubby not listening to your directions. My husband doesn't even trust me to read the Garmin when she is giving directions. Ridiculous!