Friday, March 22, 2013

Five Question Friday!! 3/22/13

Today's gonna be a day! I've got soooooo much to do before the Mr.'s party tonight, that I'm not sure how I'm gonna get it all done. Ugh...but, no pressure, just close friends and family, they HAVE to love me, even if I'm not prepared and/or my house is not in perfect condition!

Let's get this party started!



Welcome to Five Question Friday!! You've come to the right place if you want a fun, easy post or if you've suddenly discovered your muses are getting ready to host a (non surprise) birthday party for their newly minted 40 year old husband. 

Rules for 5QF: Copy and paste the following questions to your blog post, answer them, then watch for the linky post to appear Friday morning and LINK UP! 


Oh, and remember (pay close attention...this is the important one)...HAVE FUN!


Questions for Friday, March 22nd: (Special thanks to Pam (@trooppetrie) from Troop Petrie, Scott (@ThisDaddys_Blog) from This Daddy's Blog, Kristina (@kristinascackle) fromKristina's Cackles, Brooke (@HallBro) from Brooke and Michael, and moi for these 5QF 
question suggestions! I would love to link you in a future 5QF, so come on over to my community or watch for my Thursday afternoon shout out for questions on Twitter and offer up your best question suggestions! Remember to @5crookedhalos me and use hashtag #5QF if you go the Twitter route!)


1. What advice would you give a newly married couple?

2. Who does more laundry around your house?

3. What items, if any, do you prefer to buy organic or make yourself?

4. What book/TV series would you recommend for a friend on bedrest?

5. So, they say it's Spring now...what does your "spring" look like at this very moment?


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1. What advice would you give a newly married couple?
"Sleep on it"...I know, I know, there are all those people that say "never go to bed angry", but really? After a good nights rest and some time between the "event" that upset you, usually the situation diffuses itself a bit and then you can talk like a rational human being.


At least, that's what I've discovered. Sometimes I'm so spittin' mad that before I know it I've escalated the "event" into something more AND included every stinking thing he could have ever possibly done wrong or, heck, even THOUGHT of doing wrong in the past 92 years.

So yeah, take a night to sleep on it. Talk in the morning when you aren't so angry.

2. Who does more laundry around your house?

Um, yeah. Me. I will occasionally get help from the Mr. or the Pal, but not terribly often.


If I didn't think what I'm about to tell you was cute, it would drive me bananas, so I just choose to think it's cute...rather than annoying...sometimes, when I'm working a weekend, I'll ask the hubby to toss in a load of laundry, assuming that he'll grab a load from the burgeoning dirty laundry cupboard and throw that in. 

It always makes me chuckle when I come home to a load of freshly washed towels, instead.

Whelp, yes, thank you for that...glad we have clean towels, guess I'll just turn my dirty undies inside out and wear them again.

Love that man.

3. What items, if any, do you prefer to buy organic or make yourself?



I'm not much of an organic nut. I know I should be, but, well, honestly, it's just one thing I can't spend too much brain power on.

Sometimes I'll come home from the grocery store and find that I've purchased organic lettuce greens or organic carrots or something and I feel all proud of myself, but I don't really pay that much attention.

I DO however insist on hormone free milk...which I know isn't organic, but whatevs. Kinda falls in that category, no? NO? Nevermind then.

I am most definitely a home cook...we do eat out, but I love cooking...and canned soups (other than creamed soups for adding to recipes) are a big "no no" in my house. Gotta be homemade soup or nothing at all.

4. What book/TV series would you recommend for a friend on bedrest?

TV series, I'm out. Haven't watched any sort of TV series since the Clay Aiken season of American Idol (which, coincidentally is the ONLY season of AI that we watched and now I feel sorta gypped. Like if we were going to only watch one season, WHY did we pick that one?!).


Book series...well, no Shades of Gray for Ms. Bedrest. Can't be goin' there...hmmmm...the Harry Potter series (that would likely get someone through a good chunk of bedrest), the Twilight series, Janet Evanovich's "One for the Money" series, and the Shopaholic series.

5. So, they say it's Spring now...what does your "spring" look like at this very moment?

Last year at this very time, we were having temps in the 70's, farmers were already getting in their fields, people were mowing their lawns...what a difference a year makes. We've got 87 feet of snow on the ground with the temps BELOW 0...make that ELEVEN below zero on my way to work yesterday.

And, the forecast shows temps in the low to mid 30's. Ridiculous.

Here's the thing, Mother Nature, I'm not asking for a spring like last year...all I'd like is NORMAL temps. Gimme some 40's-50's and melt some of this snow and I'd be all teeth.

One happy mama.

I don't think that's too much to ask, do you?

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Have a wonderful weekend! Watch for my "Happy Birthday Mr. Wonderful" post! ;)



6 comments:

  1. same crappy weather here in NH. Boo Hiss!

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  2. We do the "sleep on it" marriage advice in this house too. It works wonders. I also picked very similar books as you did. This was a great questions because my friend just found out she is having triplets (two identical twin girls along with another girl) and will be hospitalized from week 27 on. She might need some good books to keep her company.

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  3. Great questions!
    At least our weather isn't too bad. It's been a warm winter for N.E. Oklahoma.
    Dianne

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  4. oh man I cannot find a store bought soup that is better than homemade

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  6. We are in spring time over here in New Orleans. But summer will slap us soon enough.

    I'm the laundry person too... For a series to watch, I'd suggest Netflix series House of Cards.

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