I found this on dreamingBIGdreams (located in my blogroll) and I thought it looked fun so here ya go. Don’t worry, I’m not tagging anyone 🙂
i am: a mommy
i think: too much
i know: that I’m blessed
i want: Silas’ peanut allergy to go away
i have: more than enough
i wish: that diapers could change themselves
i hate: Disney paraphernalia
i miss: Courtenay so much that it kinda hurts
i fear: my kids dying
i feel: tired
i hear: Week in the Knees by Serena Ryder and the hum of the laundry
i smell: Silas’ head and a faint hint of urine
i crave: salty food
i search: google often
i wonder: what 25 will feel like
i regret: many things
i love: my family the most
i ache: in my neck from my new pillow
i care: about the environment
i always: miss my lips and spill my drink on my chest
i am not: ordinary
i believe: that I have an amazing husband
i dance: for my kids daily
i sing: constantly
i cry: at anything emotional on tv
i don’t always: do the right thing
i fight: myself too much
i write: all the time
i win: at basketball when playing with my husband
i lose: control sometimes
i never: eat canned soup
i confuse: my right and left hands
i listen: to music all day long
i can usually be found: at home
i am scared: of losing my kids
i need: to reach out to people more and be more helpful
i am happy about: my birthday supper on Saturday
I don’t think there is such a thing as thinking too much. If they are obsessive, negative thoughts – then yes. But inquiring, searching thoughts (which I know you have) are good.
I wish diapers could change themselves, too!
I cry over stupid little things on tv too 🙂 I cry way too easily. Oh yes I wish diapers would change themselves too! Having 3 kids in diapers all day makes for a long day sometimes.
Right there with you on the Disney stuff. Only I include the movies.
25! You young ‘un! You’ll be waving your babies off to college by the time you hit my age.
you have awesome answers. Not the typical predictable ones, but well thought out.