So last night at phone shift at work which means I just sit around until 8 pm for the phones to ring while people are enjoying the game. I was stalking facebook for another interesting and I saw Erin from Living in Yellow answering some the tough life questions. I decided to play along. If you want to answer them to let me know in the comment box and I’ll check it out.
1. If you could do one thing differently in your life, what would it be?
I heard a saying once and I really try to live by it: don’t have any regrets because at one time it’s exactly what you wanted. This is COMPLETELY true. Gary and I play the question game all the time while we are driving. One question we always ask is “If you could change 1 thing what would it be?” If I did change ONE thing would I still have met Gary….probably not, and he’s a big deal! I have everything that I need at this exact moment. I think instead of changing I would have handled things differently and not burned some bridges that I did.
2. Where do you see yourself in 5 years? I hope still in Phoenix working for the Phoenix Coyotes or at least in sports.
I absolutely LOVE the sports industry, and so glad this is my job. Hopefully, I am more confident in selling. It’s a tough world sometimes. I just need to be more confident! I hope to have at least half of our debt paid off. In a nice apartment with maybe a kid running around. I hope Gary is in a management role preferably in baseball. I want to be content and happy with our life.
3. Do you honestly want kids?
Seriously, Erin, you had to ask this question. I don’t get it enough from everyone else in my life. I really don’t know. I love kids, and I want to have them someday. Maybe, it really depends on the day and the kid. Right now I want to enjoy being married to my husband. We had a fast engagement and been moving alot in the first few years. I want to enjoy us. Really family if you are reading this if you pressure I will push it back 1 year every time you ask us again. We will have kids when we want to have kids. We are taking care of them not Y’all! end rant! xoxoxo
4. What has been the best moment of your life so far?
Not my wedding day. Seriously, if you want to know the story just email me. I will tell you all about the shit show circus. If Gary and I renew our vows I will be a bridezilla and it will a way better day. My best moment so far is so hard to describe because everything is amazing and great. A good moment I can think of right now is knowing what we have overcome to get to where we are right now. You have to experience the bad to realize how GOOD the good really is.
5. What is your life theme song?
This was an easy question. There are two songs that I absolutely LOVE that always cheer me no matter what. Call Me Maybe and Your Call by Secondhand Serenade.
6. What is one thing you have yet to accomplish that you want to do before you die?
Not be so controlling or emotional. I must control everything sometimes, and I want to just relax and be able to go with the flow of things. Have no worries on anything! The emotional is a lot tougher. Easier said than done comes to mind right now. I have always been emotional, and not sure how to fix it. I need to put trust in the Lord and he will do the rest.
7. If you could choose one thing to be known for, what would it be?
Being there for people. I really try and strive to be a good listener and be there for my friends.
8. If you could do anything you wanted right at this very moment (no consequences, no fear, etc), what would it be?
Go to every minor league baseball game this summer. I know right! Seriously, I think it would be amazing to travel around the United States and visit baseball parks. I absolutely LOVE seeing what every stadium does and their promotions. This is the downfall to working in sports: You NOTICE everything. You can’t enjoy a game like normal people. Went to a baseball game with the family, they enjoyed it and had a blast. Gary and I went through each inning and found something wrong. Oh well. We love it.
9. What has been the most challenging moment in your life?
Our first year in OKC we literally had no money to do anything except pay bills. It was tough, but we made it out and got some bills paid off and we are fine. That was a tough time because we were new to the city with new friends who always wanted to go out. Another tough time was when we first got engaged. Just a lot of drama.
10. Summarize yourself in one word.