Friday, September 17, 2010

It's Friday?

Am I the only one who forgot it's Friday? Where did this week go!? I feel like it was just Tuesday... Anyway, Friday means it's time for another MilSpouse Friday Fill-In! If you'd like to join, check out Wife of a Sailor!

1.How do you spend your deployment money, do you save, pay off bills or enjoy the extra money while it is there to buy the things you do not normally have? (from Troop Petrie)

Chris and I are saving for a house! That's right, a house. To say I'm excited is an understatement. [You can read about that obsession here.]

2.If you could relive one occasion or moment, what would it be? (from Currently On Land)

I would have to say the first day Chris came home. Honestly, nothing truly spectacular happened. Well, other than the fact that the love of my life was finally by my side. I would just love to relive all of the feelings from that day: the excitement of waiting for him to get off the plane, being so overwhelmed that he was home I could barely make scrambled eggs, the butterflies everytime I caught him looking at me... Love it!

3.What’s the worst job you ever had and if it was so bad why did you take it? (from Faith and Deploying)

I can honestly say that I've never had a terrible job. Even when I worked at Target for all of two weeks I got the 10% discount . And really, discounts can never be terrible.

4.If you could play any character on TV, who would you be? (from Many Waters)

I want to be Gibbs from NCIS! He is such a badass all the time! Or maybe I would be Denise from Army Wives. I just love her. And she has fabulous hair.

5.If you could become the world’s expert in something, what would it be? (from Army of Two)

For some reason I associate experts with fame and as soon I read this question I thought, "Ew. I would never want to be famous." Therefore, I would not want to be an expert in anything. I am perfectly content with not ever being the best at anything. Unless you count loving Chris. I really am the best at that.

1 comment:

  1. Yay for saving up for a house! One of the biggest money mistakes my husband and I made was not having anything for a down payment on ours, and five years later we're just barely getting to the point where we have 20% equity... and that's after working our butts off to get there. The best thing we did was to buy a house that we could afford, and even if it's not nearly as fancy as many of the houses my husbands' peers own, we can afford it. That makes it the best house ever. :-)