Continuing on with the Rocket City Bloggers Year Long Blogging Challenge.
Week 10 – Favorite Childhood Memory
My favorite childhood memory is riding my bicycle up and down the street in front of my house. I did my best thinking and dreaming because it was usually just me. I would have the wind at my back and in my ears and that feeling of freedom that I think all children get when they are on a bicycle.
I vividly remember learning how to ride a bike. I remember my different bicycles growing up and I remember riding with no hands like it was nothing. I can’t do that now and I’ve tried. Simple thing, riding a bike. I should do it more often.
I don’t have a picture to share….but it was pretty awesome.
Spent about 24 hours in Nashville over Memorial Day weekend. Just the husband and I went to meet up with an old friend of his who was spending a few days there herself. Since I’m no stranger to Nashville, I tried to keep my eye out for some interesting sights. I think I found a few…..don’t you?
Jack White’s Third Man Records. We went in the record store part and bought some stuff. Cool place.
You can always have a good time in Nashville. It’s really hard not to. All you need is a good stool from which to drink a beer, listen to a good band and people watch! Such great people watching. Til next time Nashville.
Anyway, it’s week 9 of the Rocket City Bloggers Year Long Blogging Challenge. I’m excited to get back into this challenge, since I’ve just had 3 weeks of fail. Actually….let’s do the missing weeks real quick just to get caught up. It’ll make me feel so much better!
Week 6 – Country Mouse or City Mouse? – Meeces! I am emphatically both.
Week 7 -Most Important Life Lesson Learned to Date? – That I will disappoint the people that I love from time to time and that’s ok. It sucks, but it’s ok.
Week 8 – What Staple Foods Stay Stocked in Your Fridge? – Cheese, encased meat products of some kind, tortillas, more cheese. Things small children and picky husbands will eat when Momma doesn’t want to make meatloaf.
There now! Done. We can now focus on the current week’s topic without feeling like we left the iron on. Ready?
Mascara on my eye! Hate putting it there!
Week 9 – If you could get rid of one thing from your daily schedule, what would it be?
Feeding and bathing my kids! Just kidding. It would be, without a doubt, putting on mascara. I HATE taking the time to sit still, steady my hand and paint my eyelashes black. I’ve tried to go without mascara, but I really do need it. Of all of the things that I absolutely HAVE to do each morning, that’s the one thing I would drop instantly if I could make it so.
Whew…all caught up! I feel so much better.