Friday, March 4, 2011

5 Question Friday - 3/4/11

Happy Friday!!!

We are trying to become a more healthy family. I will blog about that a little later. Here is the meal I did the other night that turned out really good!

Oven Baked Stuffed Salmon, Sweet Potatoes, and Asparagus - Family Style
~ The salmon was stuffed with portabella mushrooms and goat cheese.

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1. Have you ever forgotten your child in a store or at school? Never

2. Where did you go on your very first date? (Like...first first, not first with your spouse or current significant other!)

On my first date when there were no parents involved, my date took me to eat at Dairy Queen and then we went to a Purdue University Volleyball game.

3. What's your "silly" fear? (We're not talking water and heights.)

Clowns and Bats!!! One year Jeff and I went to the State Fair and we were riding the tram around, on one of the stops about 30 clowns got on - I don't think I have ever had a panic attack but I was pretty close to it that day. Bats! Hate them!!! I have a fear of them getting caught in my hair.

4. Confrontation: do you cause it, deal with is as it comes, or run far far away?

I try to avoid it at all cost - but there are times when you just have to step up and deal with it to get it to go away. I think the older I get the less I worry about confrontation, but I do wish everyone could just get along! Wouldn't life be great if everyone was Happy Go Lucky :)

5. Wood floors or carpet?

I Love the look of wood floors, but I love the comfort of carpet.
We have a combination of both in our house.


Theresa said...

Visiting today from The Chatty Mommy's Friday Follow. Your answer about the bats and clowns made me chuckle. I feel the same.

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Beverly @ The Buzz said...

I've never understood the fear of clowns, until lately. The more I look at them, the creepier they are!