I’ve gained several new readers recently, so I thought this would be a great time to get to know each other. A friend of mine posted something on her blog that intrigued me enough to blatantly steal it, rephrase a few things, and post it here:
The one sitting at the computer right now reading this.
The one who comes and reads my blog every day (or every other day, or every week…or whenever!) and never comments.
The truth is, I want to know YOU! You know all about me and I can’t keep up with you and get to know you if you don’t let me know who you are!
Don’t feel like you have to leave an intelligent, witty, well-thought-out comment. Just be you. Whoever that is. 🙂
Today my challenge is for you, dear lurkers, who watch and read in silence to come out of your blogging comment bondage and say hello. Tell me about you. Who you are, where you blog, what your hobbies are. Tell me what you like about my blog, or don’t like. Tell me anything you want, just come out of hiding.”
What is a list of songs that sums up your life so far? Oh geez. “Leaving on a Jet Plane” was the first song that came to mind.
What is your favorite kind of pizza? Despite enjoying a delicious homemade Pizza Week, I still like enjoying a simple, red-sauce pizza. If mushrooms, onions, and green chile are part of that pie, then even better!
What are three good things in your life right now? 1. My husband. He’s absolutely the most amazing, supportive, loving man I’ve ever known and I’m honored to be his wife. 2. My family. If you’ve had the pleasure of meeting anyone in my family then you know how awesome they are and how close we all are. I love that I know all 26+ of my first cousins and that we get together as often as we can. 3. Friends near and far. I have made some absolutely amazing people at this base who have helped me at the drop of a hat. There’s an unspoken—and sometimes very loudly voiced—bond between fellow military wives and I’m forever grateful for each and every one of them. And with that said, my friends from back home are still a very big part of my life and I’m so happy that we still keep in touch and always pick up right where we left off.