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The Moi Moi

I’ve been tagged by someone I just recently started reading:  Mom or Mum Wars.  I get to answer these 7 questions then pass it on to someone else.  I swear I’ve done this before.  Let me go check.  Ah yes, here it is here.  I did this one almost 7 months ago; that’s pretty good odds considering how many Memes there are orbiting cyberspace.

1. Where were you ten years ago?
I was living in my hometown in Scotland.  I got a job at RBS (The Royal Bank of Scotland) in their mortgage centre.  It was dull and I realised how I didn’t like working in the mortgage side of finances.  Or any side of finances.  (Sorry Kat!)  Totally not what I went to College for, but it was a job and it was there.  It was a 6-month contract with an opportunity to extend.  My boss, Janice (GrrrrRrrrr) told me, “we’ve decided not to renew your contract…because you think too much.”  Wha??  OK, let’s not overlook that I completed an on-the-job training course that was condensed from a year into 6 months, and I completed it in five.  She was a fool to let me go.   I thought it ironic that my previous boss (from another company) was also named Janice.  She was a beast too.

I dated my ex-boyfriend, again.  Sad mistake.

My wee brother had just started high school (age 11).

My other brother became a father.

2. What’s on your To-Do list today?
Here’s my list from yesterday…
Straighten the house it imploded again within the hour
Phone my hair stylist     I keep saying “I’ll do it after lunch”
Phone a friend 
Phone my mum
Read a book
Wait for Bryan to get off work

3. What if you were a Billionaire?
I really don’t think I’d want to be that rich.  But I’d have a 7-bedroom house furnished with Ethan Allen and I’d buy my Mum a nice little place in the Highlands near my brother.

4. Five places you have lived?
Scotland: Paisley; Greenock  USA: Sacramento, CA; Layton, Utah; State College, PA.

5. Three bad habits?
1.  I’m really bad at remembering to take medication, I have to have it where I’ll see it.  If the kids need amoxicilin, I have to write a note on the fridge.
2.  If I have an appointment somewhere and it takes 15 mins to get there, I’ll leave dead on 15 mins.  Needless to say, we always get stuck behind a dottering granny or a bloody tractor.
3.  Occasionally not talking to people because I don’t want the attention it sometimes draws.  This sometimes causes mild phone phobia too.  Ironic cos I used to work in a call centre.

6. Snacks you like?
Since there’s no limit…those fizzy sour worms – what they called?  Peach rings, Chex Mix (minus the pretzels), swedish fish, junior mints, natural white cheddar cheetos.  UK: maltesers.

7. Who will you tag?
Anyone.  Do it because you want to, not because you have to.


Tag, I’m It

Thank you Laura for tagging me, you’ve given an old greying woman purpose and something to blog about. I wrote this LAST Sunday. How sad am I? On second thoughts, don’t answer that…

A) Each player answers the questions about themselves.

B) At the end of the post, the player then tags 2 people and posts their names, then goes to their blog and leaves them a comment, letting them know that they have been tagged and asking them to read your blog.

10 years ago:
I was 23 and had just returned to Scotland from a 18-month stint in Pennsylvania
I laughed at my family for 3 days because they “talked funny” ( I hadn’t lost my accent though)
I got a job at RBS
I dated my ex-boyfriend, again
My brother had just started high school (age 11)
My other brother became a father

5 Things that were on my “to-do” list for today:
Go to church
Take a nap
Cook a pork tenderloin
Keep the house tidy
Talk smack

I Enjoy:
Road trips and travelling
Meeting new people
Reading (I love thesauruses and dictionaries too)
Teaching myself things and trying new recipes
Laughing with my children (or Kathy Griffin)
Shopping and getting bargains

What would I do if I suddenly became a MILLIONAIRE?:
Make a list. I mean — come on, I still haven’t spent my $112.06 on my amazon account. How much hope would I have with $MIL+. Although, I have to say, I’d rather have £1,000,000.

5 Jobs that I have had:
Nelson Laboratories, Inc.
The Royal Bank of Scotland Mortgage Centre
IBM Call Centre
Clinton Cards
WH Smith

5 Things People Don’t know about me
Despite years of futile practice, I can’t armpit fart or whistle with my fingers
I’ve been to a plastic surgeon
I hate camping, but do it anyway (my idea of roughing it is Motel 6)
Gas stations and the unfinished underside rim of a plate both give me the heebies
I’ve never golfed

Tagged: The Grand View and Suburban Scrawl

Just two? *heaving teenager-esque sigh* Play along if you like, I’m nosy like that.

Take 5 For a Meme of 7

Cool.  I’ve been tagged for a Meme by Sandy@  I love it when other people give you blogging fodder, it makes life a little more palatable.

1. Link to the people that tagged you and post the rules on your blog.
2. Share 7 random and/or weird facts about yourself
3. Tag 7 random people at the end of your post, and include links to their blogs.
4. Let each person know that they’ve been tagged by leaving a comment on their blog.

Seven Weird and|or Random Facts About Me

1.  I hate the smell of liver (and kidney), but will happily eat pâté.  The smell of warm milk makes me gag too.

2.  When I was a tweenie, people would mistake me for a boy ALL THE TIME.  I hated it but never got the nerve to say anything rude back.

3.  When I was 10, I crossed a live train track (I did it quite frequently), however, this specific area of the track had a blind corner.  I heard the train speeding around the corner after just leaving a station and it honked loudly at me. I was in the middle of the two tracks at the time and had no idea which direction it was coming from.  Luckily, it went behind me after I bounded across to the other side (in slow motion).  I never, ever crossed another track again.
4.  I despise white socks and dark trousers with a passion.  Not much else to say on that one.
5.  I was followed home from work one night by a guy I went through training with.  He’d e-mailed me (AT WORK, mind) for a few weeks prior to this, asking me strange and|or inappropriate questions (what size did I think was normal, etc.)  I phoned the police on him and he was fired.  Then I found out Scotland doesn’t have stalking laws and all they could charge him with was Breach of the Peace.  I was mad.  (He wasn’t even good-looking.  Are they ever?)
6.  When I was 24, I dated a guy (his name really was Guy, lol) back in Scotland who I thought was 30.  The day of our date, he told me he was 40 after much prodding from me (and thankfully we were on the phone at the time so he didn’t see my jaw drop).  By then, it was too late to back out.
7.  Caught in a torrential downpour whilst running home from High School (I was about 12) one day, I was faced with a dilemma: I really needed to pee.  I was still a good five minutes from walking through my front door and was completely soaked head to toe.  Everything.  My blazer, pullover, shirt, tie, skirt, slip, thick tights, knickers – the lot*.  So I did what any desperate person would have done.  I just let it go.  You’re the first one I’ve told.  My poor wee Mum doesn’t even know this story.

* Every school in the UK wear a uniform, not just Catholic, like the US.

If you’re reading this, consider yourself tagged.

Inside the Actors Studio

I really enjoy this piece of quality programming and thought I’d give James Lipton’s questions a go myself.

1. What is your favorite word? Hard to say. Spindrift. Content. Ginormous. (Clearance is also a fave.)

2. What is your least favorite word? Probe.

3. What turns you on creatively, spiritually or emotionally? Music.

4. What turns you off? Insincerity, falseness, egocentrism.

5. What is your favorite curse word? Bloody.

6. What sound or noise do you love? Rain bouncing on the street during a thunderstorm/a baby’s hearty laugh.

7. What sound or noise do you hate? Whining/heated arguments.

8. What profession other than your own would you like to attempt? Too many. Backup dancer/Makeup artist/Hair stylist/Teacher/Zoo keeper.

9. What profession would you not like to do? Mortician.

10. If Heaven exists, what would you like to hear God say when you arrive at the Pearly Gates?
I’m proud of you! Your mansion is between Mike Rowe’s and Bear Grylls’, and across from Simon Cowell (Craig Ferguson, Robert Irvine, Stacey London and Gordon Ramsay would be awesome too).

Me. In a Nutshell, In 10 Seconds. Maybe.

Me, in a nutshell, in 10 seconds. Maybe.
I was born and raised in Scotland and moved here for 6 months when I was 25 (and 2 days). Three states, two mortgages, two boys and 7½ years later, I’m still here, surviving the quiet, tumbleweed life in scenic Montana.
[I’m not making this up, a deer just ran past my back fence. It was mental!]

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Ok, here we go. Despite being a Scot, I can’t stand porridge, oatmeal or anything mush-like at all. And let’s throw in warm milk for good measure too. I’m a soft-hearted perfectionist with a flair for drawing, shopping, reading dictionaries, and teaching myself new skills. There goes the 10 seconds. I love peach rings, gummy worms (the sour kind) and sausages. I can juggle, wire a British plug, change a fan belt, sign in BSL and burp on demand. I really want a bike and a pair of rollerblades. I also want a pavement outside my front door (the UK and US kinds) to facilitate said rollerblading. And yes, I still have my accent. And yes, it has bought me bargains at stores.
Post script: I’m married to a microbiologist who loves science-fiction, Man Vs. Wild, Mythbusters and Dirty Jobs, but rarely watches sport.

6 Weird Things About Me

Because, quite frankly, I have nothing better to do. And nothing left to clean.
People who get tagged need to write a blog of their own 6 weird things as well as state this rule clearly. In the end, you need to choose 6 people to be tagged and list their names. Don’t forget to leave a comment that says “you are tagged” in their comments and tell them to read your blog. No re-tagging.
1. If a room has two or more light switches, and one of them is in the OFF position but it’s actually on, I’ll walk over and change the other one to fix it. There are four light switches for our kitchen, all for the same spotlights. Imagine the stress for me there.
2. I hated Barbie as a kid and never, ever owned one. She was unappealing to me because I thought her face was too skinny and long. The smug grin probably didn’t help much either.
3. Food:- Even though I am definitely from Scotland, I can’t stand the smell, texture or look of porridge. In fact, the smell of warm/hot milk physically makes my stomach heave. Even thinking about it makes me want to throw up a little bit.- I hate liver, but love pâté.- I love any kind of potato any way, except sweet potatoes. Get them away from me.
[These are cultural preferences and have nothing to do with just specifically me, but since I live in the States it’s looked on as weird, and therefore I feel I should give it some sort of homage, even though to me it is perfectly normal. Or not normal. Respectively.]

– French Toast to Brits is a savoury dish, and therefore does not involve vanilla flavouring in the egg mixture or icing sugar on top with jams/syrups. We eat it with ketchup. That includes me. And yes, I’ve tried it the other way. I’ll stick with the ketchup, thanks.

– The thought of putting maple syrup on my sausages, eggs and bacon is so vile and nasty. No. No. And no.

4. I have 4 crease lines on my left pinky and three on my right. There’s absolutely no reason for it.

5. I don’t like carrying a handbag unless I really have to. I’ve favoured my jeans/trouser pockets so many times, and still do.

This preference was escalated when after arriving at the Spokane airport in August and leaving the car we’d hired behind, we headed to the check-in desk at the other end of the terminal. When we were about 20 feet from the desk I thought to myself, ‘ok, I need my ID. Where’s my bag?!’ I felt the blood drain from my legs. It was under the front seat of the car where I’d stashed it for safety reasons so I wouldn’t have to walk around with it if I didn’t want it. (Note: my bag held my British passport AND my Greencard. Major stress.) The old man at the desk didn’t ‘get it’ and wouldn’t phone the Enterprise desk for us to make sure the car went nowhere while Bryan ran all the way back to retreive it. As he got up to the desk they practically stopped everything because they knew something was wrong. The guy at the desk radioed out to the car attendants who stopped the guy in the Chevy HH from driving away. A close call, but I still don’t like my handbags.

6. I’m not a huge milk drinker unless I am pregnant. Then we have to buy 2 gallons at a time to feed my habit.

I’m not tagging anyone, mainly because everyone has already done it.

A Meme

1. Flip to page 18, paragraph 4 – in the book closest to you right now, what does it say?

“Ho-mer!” she cried.  “Pig’s out!  Lurvy!  Pig’s out!  Homer!  Lurvy!  Pig’s out.  He’s down there under that apple tree.”

Charlotte’s Web – E.B. White

2. If you stretch out your left arm as far as possible, what are you touching?

My printer and/or a speaker.

3. What’s the last program you watched on TV?

The last 10 minutes of Everyday Italian, she’s a little bit weird.

4. Without looking, guess what time it is.

4:15.  It’s 3:58.

5. Aside from the computer, what can you hear right now?

Nothing, it’s eerie.  This place is too quiet. 

6.  When was the last time you were outside and what did you do?

Does the inside of the garage count?  I took a box in from the Explorer.  It wasn’t that heavy, no getting mad at me!

7. What are you wearing?

Maternity dark wash jeans and a light blue maternity long-sleeved button-up shirt.

8. Did you dream last night?  If you did, what about?

Dreams being pregnant are very vivid.  And strange.  I can’t remember specifics though.  Something about killing black widow spiders.

9. When was the last time you laughed?

Bryan made me laugh when he sent me a copy of an e-mail he sent to our Credit Union.

“Your online system still does not list a due date for payments on Visa Card Accounts.  I also attempted to make a transfer for payment this morning (01/12/06) and it said that the transfer was unsuccessful and to try again later.  I really dislike your new computer system.  It took me through the security question etc. set-up again as well, even though it was already set up previously.  It would be prudent to have new software tested prior to switching over to it.  I hope you got your money’s worth out of it.  I would ask for a refund.”

10. What’s on the walls in the room you’re in right now?

Nothing, I haven’t hung anything up yet.

11. Have you seen anything strange lately?

I saw two mountain goats in the middle of the road on the drive to Utah.

12. What do you think about this meme?

It’s better than some I’ve seen.

13. What’s the last film you saw?

In the cinema: Open Season.  Rented on DVD: Akeelah and the Bee.  From collection: Toy Story.

14. If you became a multimillionaire, what would you do with the money?

Buy my freakin Utah house so we wouldn’t have to keep paying the mortgage on it as well as the one here.  Buy new cars, pay for my family to visit me from Scotland, build an extension with 2-3 more rooms on it.  Lots of stuff.  Probably donate a lot too.

15. Tell us something about yourself that most people don’t know.

I wanted to learn ballet as a child and never told anyone.

16. If you could change ONE THING in this world, without regarding politics or bad guilt, what would it be?

I’d have all DVDs be region-free.  I dunno, that’s a hard one.

17. Do you like dancing?

Yes, I love to dance.  Pregnancy is not too conducive to dancing for more than a few minutes though.

18. George Bush?

He seems like a nice guy.  I don’t have the right to vote as a permanent resident, so I have no political sway towards him.  I think those who complain about him would eventually be complaining about whoever else it was in office anyway.  The grass is always greener.  I’ve always said vote for the better looking candidate, you have to put up with his face for at least 4 years.  Thank goodness it wasn’t the horse-face guy John Kerry, he’s gastly.

19. What do you want your children’s names to be, girl/boy?

Specifically, I can’t make my mind up.

I’m not into names that sound made up or ones that should be last names.  I’m pretty much a traditionalist, but dislike girl names that are TOO girly, or are only good for girls ages 0-6 years old.  I don’t understand people that name their babies after far out stuff like ESPN, etc.  What’s wrong with you people?!

20. Would you ever consider living abroad?

I already do, fool.

21. What do you want God to tell you, when you come to heaven?

Apart from, “Well done, thou good and faithful servant”, “here’s all the answers to everything you ever wondered about.”

22. Who should do this meme?

Anyone who wants to.  Participation opitional.

My 101

1. Firstly and rather boringly … the name’s Siobhán – pronounced “Shi-Vawn”.

2. It’s Irish. To all those who’ve made this weird comment, I say no, I don’t think it’s weird to have an Irish name and I’m Scottish. Bryan’s name is Scottish and he’s American. So there.

3. I was born (and raised) in Scotland.

4. With a view overlooking an immense river.

5. I still miss it a lot.

6. I’m an INFJ.

7. I’m also a permanent resident.

8. I moved to the States on 08 Dec 1999.

9. I was coming over for six months for a change of scenery|bit of a challenge|I was in a rut.

6. It’s been a long six months. It’s been nine years. (For those who couldn’t be naffed counting)

7. I’m completely average: 5’5”, American shoe size 7½ (British 5).

8. I was born 8 weeks early.

9. I think that’s the last time I was so early for anything.

10. I’m a middle child, two brothers, one with 6 years on one side and 12 on the other.

11. I met my husband online.

12. He’s a microbiologist. He blinded me with science.

13. A fortune teller (I did it for a laugh) once told me I was a late bloomer.

14. I think I’m just beginning to find myself.

15. I’ve changed my outward appearance drastically over the past three years.

16. Maybe she was right about that.

17. I can be far too accommodating and get walked on.

18. I’m pretty patient.

19. It takes a lot to get me annoyed. But when I am, stand back.

20. I correct peoples’ spelling all the time. Mostly mentally.

21. I’m spiritual.

22. I can be stubborn.

23. I’m sometimes fickle.

24. I’m opinionated when I’m passionate about something.

25. I’m really sarcastic.

26. I’m shy. Honest.

27. I care about what people think of me.

28. I’m very loyal to my friends.

29. I get hurt easily.

30. I have a big heart.

31. I’m sentimental. Or maybe just mental.

32. I notice peoples’ eyes first, even if I’m not talking to them.

33. I really love Spring: The cool air, the new life.

34. I love silver/white gold/platinum jewellery.

35. My wedding ring is yellow gold, I don’t remember why.

36. I love wearing men’s socks.

37. I have come to appreciate alone time.

38. I’m very tactile.

39. It’s one reason I love hugs.

40. I’m a very private person.

41. I don’t wear a watch.

42. I love to travel.

43. I love being around young kids. Especially tweenies.

44. I have a soft spot for marines.

45. I love to design|draw|paint|sketch.

46. I need to do more of it.

47. I also love to cook from scratch, I find it very therapeutic.  And rewarding.

48. Meatloaf is one of my fave dishes to make.

49. I used to be scared gas cookers/stoves would blow up on me.

50. I now own one and would never go back to electric.

51. Spiders never bothered me till I came to the U.S.

52. I have a really varied music taste.

53. From Snow Patrol, U2 and Stevie Wonder to Michael Bublé, Maroon 5 and Gwen Stefani.

54. And everything in-between. Except country.

55. My guilty pleasure is disco.

56. I’ve never tried illegal drugs.

57. The oldest guy I dated was 16 years older than me.

58. I have four knuckle lines on my left pinky for some strange reason.

59. I love slide puzzles and riddles.

60. I’m a huge cheese fan.

61. I love banana milkshakes.

62. I hate pretzels.

63. I love curry; and spicy food in general.

64. I’m not supposed to eat spicy food. I have IBS.

65. I like football. The British kind.

66. And snooker.

67. I’ve never been to Blackpool.

68. Or Disneyland, World or EuroDisney.

69. I enjoy going to the dentist.

70. I love Coconut & Lime Verbena and Mango Mandarin body creams from Bath and Body Works.

71. I love the smell of leather.  And walking into a bakery.  I also love the smell of a newly bathed baby.

72.  I love lists, as long as they aren’t ‘To-do’ lists.

73. I wore a school uniform for 13 years of my life.  Shirt, tie, blazer — the works.  All schools, public or not in the UK have uniforms.  Looking back, I’m glad I didn’t have to decide what to wear every day.

74.  I really enjoy reading.  But don’t do it nearly as often as I’d like.

75.  My favourite flowers are Calla Lillies and gerbera daisies.

76. I think I had A.D.D. as a child.  I’ll never know, no one ever bothered to find out the “why’s”.

77. I used to want to be a policewoman in the UK.  I was one inch too short and didn’t have perfect eyesight.  I’d never do it here, it’s far too dangerous.

78. I was constantly mistaken for a boy as a child|tween.

79. I still have self-esteem issues.

80. I love beating my husband at air hockey and pool.  We’re also competitive with iPod Touch games like Fifteen.

81. I enjoy teaching myself something new.  Even if it’s something like new a game.  Like Backgammon

82.  I’m not much of a feminist.  I like that women can go out there and accomplish their dreams, but I’d much rather stay home with my children.

83.  Ever since my husband and I got married, I’ve always worried.  If he goes somewhere without me, I worry.  If he’s over 15 minutes late getting home from work, I worry something awful has happened.  My fears were realised a few months before we were married when he came home early from work one day saying he’d slid on black ice, stopped to help others who had rear ended each other and had to jump the concrete median to avoid an on-coming fast car as it barrelled towards him.  It hit right where he’d been standing.  My worrying is completely justified.

84.  I can’t stand freezing cold weather.  I don’t like anything above 80ºF either.  I need to move to the west coast.

85.  I’m such a perfectionist, but not for everything.  I’d rather not attempt something monumental, in fear of failing.  I’m more content to not try and wonder.  I wish I could break myself of it.  The kids have slapped the perfectionist out of me when it comes to the house though.

86. I wish I could swim stronger for longer.  If I ever make it into a pool again.

87. It bothers me when people try to imitate my accent.

88. I don’t think it’s endearing.

89. Sometimes I think I should have been a teacher, or a hair dresser.

90. I’m easily excitable.

91. If I’m comfortable around you I’ll talk your ear off.

92. I think the Redwoods (Yosemite Park area) in California is a pretty spiritual place.

93. In my opinion the best fake (American) Scottish accent was Johnny Depp in Finding Neverland. (Don’t mention Groundskeeper Willie in my presence!) Maggie Smith does the best fake Scottish (she’s English) accent ever.

94. I taught myself basic and advanced HTML.

95. I like a clean house. Toddlers are not conducive to this idealism.

96. I love penguins and zoos in general. I could spend hours there.

97. I love making people laugh.

98. I learned conversational Italian in 5 months.

99. I’m somewhat of a recovering Internet addict, but still spend far too much time online.

100. I also watch far too many reality shows, even though I don’t like them.

101. I just read through this and realised I’m a freak no one will ever want to know.

Delve into My World

Your nickname – It used to be Siddies growing up

Birthday/sign – 6th December/Sagittarius

What is your relationship status? – stable and married

Have you ever been married? – just the once

Children/ages – yes/1 year old

Someday I’m going to get up the nerve to – clean pots

If you could meet anyone, past, present, or future…who would it be?- Bryan’s grandma McMullin.

Favorite movie of all time – officially – Happy Gilmour. Unofficially – Schindler’s List

Favorite thing about yourself {personality and physically}- Personality -I make myself laugh. Just kidding, actually, Bryan tells me I draw people to me. Usually the wrong ones in my opinion. Like the other night for example, in Wal-Mart at 8 pm. Seems like I tend to attract 45 year-olds. Sadly, it’s been that way for years.

Physically – It’s the (dark hair and) blue eyes. Sad thing is, in Scotland, that’s normal and boring.

The opposite sex – Men seem so complex and difficult to understand. But after years of study I finally have them figured out.

Met the love of your life yet? – I have, yes. I thought I had in the past, but it was just a cheap imitation. A lot like the kind of perfume knock-offs you find in a shopping mall, looks like it, but smells nasty.

Did you know it was him/her and hold on or let go? – I held on of course, if I had let go, I would probably be back in Scotland, enjoying the dreech, grey weather, with a bottle of “cheap perfume”.

Favorite color- red/blue depends how I feel.

Favorite expression – it seemed like a good idea at the time…

Favorite food- Indian curry/chips and gravy/rocky road ice cream

Favorite car – The new Lexus with dual heating/air conditioning controls. Bryan and I would both be happy then.

I cry because – Extreme Makeover: Home Edition is quality tv.

I laugh because – I have a bad habit of laughing at other peoples’ misfortune. Like if someone’s skiting it up stairs running for a train and they biff it and go flying, I’d help them up and be in stitches at the same time. Caring, yet sadistic, that’s me.

If you had 3 wishes what would they be? – pay off our mortgage because Bryan landed his dream job, for my child(ren) to live long, happy lives, and to see my family a little more.

How do you feel about your job?- it’s very rewarding

Favorite smell- french bread baking/leather jackets/just bathed babies

Least favorite smell- clostridium, or corynebacteria and micrococci

If the world was going to end tomorrow I would – go rack up some serious credit card bills

How many pair of shoes do you have? – not as many as the average woman my age.

Favorite sports and teams – football, snooker, darts, ice skating

Favorite television show- The Office, 24, The Amazing Race and Extreme Makeover: Home Edition

Favorite song – “Tiny bubbles” by Don Ho. Well, either that or “Copa Cabana” by Barry Manilow.

I like “ma-nah, ma-nah” by Animal.

Worst habit/trait – Being sarcastic, see above. Correcting peoples’ spelling, I’ve done it for years.

Favorite singer/group- singer: My son Ian, he’s fabulous. Group: The Killers/Keane/Gwen Stefani

Where will you be in 5 years? – Not sure, if you’d told me I’d be living in the States 5.8 years ago I would have laughed.

Where will you be in 20 years?- Working in the Temple, enjoying my grandkids and the owner of a successful business

Life is – an American breakfast cereal

Where do you want to live when you retire? – Hawaii or Scotland. Where will I retire? Probably Utah.

What’s in your cd player right now? – Nothing, honestly. Bryan takes all the CDs to work.

Approximately how much money do you have in your wallet/purse right now, including change? – 11 dollars and 50 cents.