Since our son and his family live out in San Diego, I've been following the weather channel and the fires out there.
2. What's the last thing you wanted but didn't get?
Well I live a spoiled life because there is nothing that I can think of that I didn't get. Hubby takes very good care of me and I have whatever I want or need. I know that I am blessed. If it were possible for my son and his family to live closer to us that would be divine.
3. May 28th is National Hamburger Day...when did you last have a hamburger? Other than your own kitchen or BBQ grill, where is your favorite place to go for a hamburger? And for all you non-meat eaters out there...when you're invited to a cookout what is the one side dish you hope is on the menu?
I had a hamburger on Monday. Hubby cooked some BBQ pork ribs and hamburgers on the gas grill and he added a touch of BBQ sauce to the burgers. It was delish. He is a great cook.
4. How have your priorities changed over time?
Since being diagnosed with cancer I don't care as much about the small stuff, you know, dishes in the sink, or laundry not folded right away.
5. What's a favorite memory with your grandparents?
My maternal grandmother lived across the street from a bakery. A person could buy a loaf of bread that was not cooked yet and you could put it in your oven and bake it. When asked if it was home made, she would say "Well it came out of my oven, so yes." We ate at her house after church often. She was a good cook.
6. On a scale of 1-10 (with 10 being fantastic!), how good are you at multitasking? Share an example.
10!! I'm a woman after all! I can take a bath while talking on the phone, get dressed and apply make up and start cooking a meal all without the person knowing anything.
7. How would you summarize your highs and lows for the month of May?
My highs would be sitting out front with Hubby on the faux patio that Hubby and I made with beautiful flowers all around us. Just holding hands, sitting there and enjoying watching life go by was my high. My low would be that a transplant may be in our future sooner, rather than later. Yuck to transplant.
8. Insert your own random thought here.
We had the chance to watch our grand girls on Tuesday. They are 5 and 3 years old. Watching them color with crayons was so much fun. The little one would declare "I need a green one." and the older one would hand her a green crayon. They share so well, and they play together so well. I am so proud of the children they are and how our daughter is such a great mom. How did she become such a great person with me as her mom? I'm impressed by her.