Answer the questions in the comments or on your own blog (but leave a link)!
Wow. I don’t know if I could pick just one. I admit that my daughter and I haven’t done a lot of reading together since she started chapter books (I need to work on this), but there are so many wonderful fun books to read with kids. Anything by Dr. Seuss (of course), Parts by Tedd Arnold, anything by Tomie dePaola (if you have kids – of any age – and you’re not familiar with Tomie dePaola, go check him out NOW), It’s Okay to Be Different by Todd Parr (what I said about Tomie de Paolo, yeah, same goes for Todd Parr), Where the Wild Things Are, The Giving Tree . . . . I could be here for a while!
2. After having kids, what body part has changed the most?
Kid. Singular. Only one. I find it funny how so many of these questions (not just today’s, just in general) assume those filling them out are married moms. Anyway . . . . Not much has really changed (except weight gain, though I don’t blame childbirth for that), except that my back pain is worse. (My hips are misaligned, which puts pressure on my back . . . . apparently 2 hours and 53 minutes of pushing didn’t help.)
3. Would you ever go back to college? What would you study?
I would go back to college in a heartbeat! If money were not an issue, I’d be a professional student. I still have aspirations of earning my Ph.D. in Psychology. Though honestly, I’d love to just take a few classes here and there . . . . biology, world history, philosophy . . .
4. How do you close a phone call? Bye, bye bye or other?
I don’t really talk to many people on the phone, but I think just “bye.”
5. What is the one food that will always be your “cheat food” on a diet?
I gave up on the idea of a “cheat food.” If I want something, I eat it . . . I just work on keeping it in moderation and only if I really want it. There’s a certain time of the month when I find it a bit more difficult . . . at which point, anything chocolate and peanut butter doesn’t really last long.