It's Friday and it is time for what Robin calls "THE 5'er!"
If you want to play all you do is cut and paste these questions into your journal. (there is no deadline as to when you can do "The 5'er) When you have answered them come back and leave a link in my Robins comment section. On the following Friday she will have a new set of questions! Have fun!
This week's theme...Home Sweet Home.
1. What kind of home do you have? Apartment? Condo? House?
I have an older 2 bedroom, one bath house that we are currently remodeling. I love my little house by the woods. It has a huge kitchen that Rick built on and a new room currently being built. When we got this house it was a sight to behold. Erics room was dark purple. The kitchen was like a checker board with red and black squares. Our bedroom was this color...and still is:( And there are at least three layers of linoleum in the living room.
2. Did you have a tree house as a kid?
No...but I always wanted one...still do!
3. Would your dream house be in the city, country, by a lake, by the ocean, in the mountains or on wheels seeing the world?
My dream house is right where it is. By the woods. It would be nice to have a pond or river closer so that we could go fishing and swimming....hm maybe one day.
4. If you could have an extra room in your home that you had total control over design and all what kind of room would you create?
I would make a sound recording studio with all my karaoke songs and a play where people could go and sing.
5. And finally....how many houses/apartments have you lived in up to this point. Counting as a child if you can remember that far back.
One in Fort Worth Texas....maybe two...then my parents moved into a trailer until they could find a house when my Dad was transfered to San Antonio. A couple of houses after that and then in kindergarden my parents moved into a house that I stayed in the rest of my childhood. They still live in that house. When I was eighteen I moved into my own apartment. When I met Rick he made me move out because it was in a bad neighborhood, and I moved in with his sister. After we married we had our own trailer. And then we bought this house.
Thanks for playing, have fun and be thankful for the roof over your head however, humble or grand it may be.
Now go and let Robin know we are happy she is back with her game!!!! http://journals.aol.com/robinngabster/Thesearethedaysofourlives/entries/1611