Tag Archives: love
I am: creative, independent and don’t like to be told what to do.
I think: words hurt people more than they let on. I know: I am strong & opinionated. I also know that I can tune people out if I’m deep in thought.
I have: no respect for people that don’t respect themselves or patience with lazy/incompetent people.
I wish: for world peace. I know that’s a lame wish – but I really do. More than anything, I want the men and women fighting a senseless war to come home to their families.
I miss: that my children didn’t have the same childhood as me – that is – no cable tv, Sony Playstation, computers, neighborhood security, etc – I remember playing outside for my entertainment and didn’t have to come home until the street lights came on.
I fear: not living out my dreams.
I feel: blessed that my family loves me.
I crave: creativity, passion, and fudgy-bars.
I regret: not finishing college. I love: my husband, my kids, my country, being a native Texan, that I can water-ski, be goofy with my friends, roses, accomplishing huge projects, and my puppies!
I am not: a morning person, nor do I express empathy very well.
I believe: karma God, Heaven, that my kids can do anything that they set their minds to, that my husband is very cool, and in myself.
I dance: in chairs very well!
I sing: in the shower, at work, in the car with the radio blasting, though I’m not very good.
I cry: when animals die in movies, when children die in movies, when Goose dies in Top Gun, and when my children are hurting.
I win: when I can. I pick my battles.
I never: put a Welcome mat at the front door – just in case there really are vampires.
I always: turn out the lights when I leave a room.
I listen: to my own intuition, and when people don’t think I do.
I can usually be found: in behind a camera, in my comfy clothes at home, in the sunshine, or riding on the back of my husban’d Harley.
I am scared: of losing my children, my husband, and the sense of who I am.
I need: something to look forward to, goals, and my family.
I am happy about: 99% of the time – I love my life, my family and that I am who I am.