One thing I must do before I die is visit all 50 states. I love to see new things and places. This might not be that hard to achieve, especially since my hubby does not fly and we will be driving on all our vacations. I have not quite figured out how we are going to make to Hawaii, though.
I would rather lay on the couch and watch tv than do housework. Sounds real lazy, but sometimes it is just like that.
If I could give my younger self one piece of advice it would be to have a clear focus on what your life goals are, so that they can come true sooner than later.
If I won the lottery tomorrow I'd... run around the house yelling and screaming. Once I was done I would buy my mom's house, pay off my house and all of my bills, take a 6 month leave from work to travel ( would return because I would be bored at home), give some money to charity, put money away for a raining day (since I would probably have cousins coming out of the woodwork) and finally purchase a pair of Jimmy Choo shoes.
The best surprise ever was when my husband woke me up at 2:00 am on December 26, 2007, to ask me to marry him.
My biggest fault is that I tend to be late to alot of stuff (there are two days that I know I was not late, one was my bridal shower and the other was my wedding). I am working on this and am getting better.
My biggest strength is that when it comes to crunch time for an event or project, I am organized and on task.
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