I've been sitting here trying to think of something I've accomplished solo and keep drawing a blank. It has been years since I was able to solo anything. From the moment Sailor came on the scene there has always been someone shadowing me and trying to help on some level. Cleaning, baking, cooking, laundry, reading, playing, eating, talking. Solo is almost a foreign word to me. Even things like recently designing something on the computer wasn't exactly solo with interested children at my elbows watching what I was doing.
2. What's one product you use that never ever fails?
Hope's Perfect Glass is the one product that has never failed for me. It's the best streak free window cleaner I know of.
3. Have you found your place in the world? Where is it?
I feel like I have I have found my place in the world. It's being a wife and mother, my favorite thing in the world.
4. Worst movie you ever saw?
I don't remember what it was called, some type of old black and white mystery. But I do remember how mind numbingly boring it was. There was no plot and the storyline was just one long confusing boring mess and it simply ended abruptly with out ever finding out anything.
5. What's the last fun thing you did?
One of the fun highlights of our summer was when we were visiting LV's parents. On the last evening we were there we were all out in the yard playing an old schoolyard game of Andy Over and once it was too dark for that it was time to catch lightening bugs.
We had a lot of fun since then, but that is one evening that stands out as one that will be a fun memory for years to come.
6. The month of July is named for Roman Emperor Julius Caesar...ever been to Rome? What's your favorite Italian dish?
I have never been to Rome. My favorite Italian dish, oh my, that's hard, because I really love Italian food and don't think I can choose a favorite.
7. What is one piece of advice you'd offer new mom Kate Middleton?
To go with her instincts, and cherish every moment.
8. Insert your own random thought here.
Getting close to officially being a toddler.