My Real Life

December 30, 2011

Five Question Friday

Filed under: Five Question Friday — Amy @ 11:29 am
1. What’s the oldest piece of clothing in your closet?
I still have a t-shirt from college.
It says “College of Wooster Intramural Sports.”
Never played an intramural sport.
Or a mural sport.
Hmmm…don’t think that’s the right term, but I’m guessing you know what I mean.
At least, not one that was sanctioned by the college.
I was on the women’s rugby team, but the college didn’t approve, so we were, like, a rogue team of women’s rugby players.
Good times.
Until we played the Columbus Women’s League and they almost broke my back in the middle of a scrum.
Those were not good times.

2. How many random blog readers have you met?
Haven’t met any in real life.
I also don’t get many random blog readers.
People aren’t really sharing my blog, and most of the readers I have are people I know.
I’m working to get more readers, though, so perhaps if you ask me again in a few months, I might have a different answer!

3. Do you let your kids stay up till midnight on New Years Eve? (Or, if you don’t have kiddos yet, did you get to stay up until midnight as a child?)
We let them TRY to stay up ’til midnight on New Year’s.
Monkey Girl and Baby Monkey can usually do it, but Monkey in the Middle rarely lasts past 10:00.
The kid plays hard and when it’s nighttime, he sleeps hard.
Until around 4:50 am.

4. What are the gas prices where you live?
Ummmm…not sure.
Haven’t filled up in awhile.  I don’t drive long distances, so I do pretty well with gas.
Over $3.00, but less than $4.00.
That’s the best guess I’ve got.
5. What is one resolution that you know you should do but are too afraid to try?
Interesting question.
I’ll try anything, and I don’t really think I’m doing anything, in my life, that needs to be changed but that I’d be afraid to try.
My resolutions, as always, will probably be health and financially related, because I think I’m doing okay in other areas.
Those who know me may have different opinions, and if so, I’d love to hear them, because I’m always open to change.
Yet, as for something I should be doing but am afraid to do?
I got nothing.

1 Comment »

  1. Good list, happy new year!

    Comment by Sarah — December 30, 2011 @ 1:03 pm | Reply

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