I just joined a challenge on Scrapbook.com, and here is my first entry for it!
I decided to use some of the suggested topics, so I'll just go in order.
1.) Is there someone you wish you could talk to one more time?
My grandpa died when I was 8, so I didn't get to know him very well. I dream of him every once in awhile and in my dream I always tell him how our family is doing, and what kinds of things I'm into. My most recent dream about him involved me showing him all my scrapbook stuff. I really feel that is God's way of allowing me to connect with my grandpa again. He never got to see me and my siblings grow up, so I would love to just talk to him again and get to know him better.
2.) If you could live in a different time period, past or future when would it be and why?
I would choose the time when my ancestors came to America. It would be so cool to meet my family from way back in the day. I would say future just because it might be easier to fit in, but I'm not sure if there will be a future. God may end the world tomorrow, so I'd choose to go back to the 1700s, 1800s just to get to know my ancestors. Family is important to me, so that would be really cool!
3.) List your 10 worst pet peeves.
- Hearing people chew.
- Loud, sudden noises.
- When people don't realize the right turn lane arrow is green and they stop and look left anyway.
- Having to repeat myself.
- When people talk on their cell phone in a store or restaurant.
- Poor grammar and spelling (i.e., when people don't use periods in their sentences it's so annoying do you know what i mean) So ANNOYING!
- Whenever someone wears WAY too much cologne.
- Slow drivers.
- People who end sentences in propositions.
- Being stuck behind a slow walking person in a store (when the aisles are too small to pass).
4.) What is your earliest memory and why has it stayed with you?
My first memory is of my grandpa. I was 2 years old and he walked in to my room because I had just woken up, and I was standing in my crib smiling at him. The blinds were closed and the room was yellow--ish from the sun outside. He smiled at me and that's where my memory ends.
5.) What is your most valued possession. Why?
My computer...and that's because I rely on it several times a day. When the hard drive crashed, I cried. When I found out how long it would take to fix it at Best Buy, I cried. Luckily I found a better shop in Indy that fixed it in a much quicker fashion. I hate being without my computer. I spend so much time on it, and I love it.
Wow, there's still five more questions to answer. I'll be taking care of those later :)