Happy Wednesday, friends! Time for a little Wednesday Q&A!!
Tell us about your job or daily routine. I’m an Office Administrator at Mountainview Golf & Athletic Turf Specialists, so I spend most of my day behind a desk working on a computer. I get up in the morning at 6:15, get ready for work, then head to my mom’s for a quick visit and bite to eat. I’m at work by 8 AM, and spend my day doing payables, receivables, payroll, inventory, etc. I have as set a routine during my day as my job will permit – I take a break at 10 AM & 3 PM for snacks, I have my lunch every day at noon and I try to get out for a quick walk if the weather allows for it. When I go home, I workout (unless it’s one of the rare occasions when I’ve done so before work – but that doesn’t happen often) – and then I have supper, watch TV (JIMMY FALLON!!!), read, putter around doing chores, maybe go to my mom’s to watch a hockey game if there is one on… Nothing exciting, maybe even a little boring, and that’s just exactly how I like my day to go! :)
Would you rather live in the city or the country? I’m 100% a small-town/country girl. I learned that very quickly after my brief time living in the city during my college days. While I did enjoy the convenience of having stores/more shopping options nearby, as well as heck of a lot more selection for eating out, I just hated the traffic, the buses, the people, the noise… I love my little hometown where I live now, it might not be perfect but I wouldn’t trade it for anything! (And it’s also a good thing that we don’t have much option when it comes to dining out/take out… I’m too easily tempted haha!)
Do you like to sing in the car, shower, etc? I’m definitely a car singer. Not so much in the shower, I just don’t often get the urge to belt in the shower, but when I’m driving alone, I sing at the top of my lungs. It’s too bad nobody can hear me, because swear to God, it’s in those magical car singing sessions when I tend to believe I am the voice twin of Sheryl Crow or Adele or Christina Aguilera. It’s miraculous, I tell you.
I popped in a CD that I burnt from last year, and this is the song I’ve been belting in the car for the past couple of weeks. Even Blake’s parts.
Share some things on your bucket list. My bucket list seems to be evolving more as I get older. Some of the current items: Go to Disney World, write a novel, go to a Bruce Springsteen concert, go to Hawaii, visit Graceland, become an expert at baking something (like have a “specialty”, such as scones, or tea biscuits, or bread… something that people always ask me to make for them)…just to name a few!
If you could rid the world of one thing, what would it be? I know I should say something like famine, or illness, or violence… but I’m going to go real Mickey Mouse on you guys here, and say mosquitoes. I hate mosquitoes. And it’s probably part of why I like Winter more than the average Joe. Nice weather is lovely, but it also means the damn skitters will be back. They can ruin a good time, you know. I hate them.