1. If you had the opportunity to bungee jump, would you?
I don't think I would to be honest. I can't say for sure because I have never had the opportunity, but I know I won't be making an effort to make the opportunity arise. I'm not scared of heights and I'm not particularly squeamish; I just get an uneasy feeling from something that has such a potential for human error. I also don't like the idea of falling and then being yanked back up. I would love to sky dive though. I told my mom that one of these years for mother's day, we would go on a mother-daughter sky dive.
2. Would you rather go to the movie theatre or the drive-in?
Ooh I love the drive-in. Movie theatres are fine, but drive-ins are a whole different experience. Before having kids I used to go a lot. Our friends would get a big group together and we would grill before the movies. It is also a way better value seeing as how the drive-in around here is $7/person for 3 movies while the theatre is up to $9.50/person. Once our kids are a little older, we will take them to the drive-in.
Here is a great shot of the better local drive-in by a local photographer:
Nope. I enjoy the shopping experience so I wouldn't want to do things any different. I like to slowly peruse each isle and get different meal ideas. I am definitely an impulse shopper and I'm Ok with that. I also like to buy from places that typically don't do delivery such as Trader Joe's.
I usually pluck but sometimes when I get my hair done I will splurge and have the brows professionally waxed. I'm pretty good at shaping mine so I don't rely on pros.
5. Would the people you went to high school with be surprised by your life today?
Maybe, seeing as how in high school I was sure I wouldn't get married until I was at least 30 and that I would never have kids. Obviously I took a slight departure from those plans. Other than that, I don't think my life is too surprising.
I hope everyone has some fun holiday weekend plans - or at least get some relaxing done. We will be living up the gorgeous weather that we hopefully will be having.
I'll leave everyone with some cute photos from 2 years ago - Little Dude's first 4th of July:
My sweet little 3 month little boy.
I photoshopped this back in 2009. I must have been bored.
He had an old-man-style receding hairline.
It was cute, but I'm glad he outgrew it.