Happy Friday everyone! Here are the questions for the Friday fill-in. Head over to WifeofaSailor‘s blog to get your own set of questions and to link your blog. Enjoy!
1. What do you see your life like in 10 years?
Well in 10 years, I’ll be 38 (wow that’s scary). At that point, I’ll hopefully have 2 or 3 children (even though just one would be great). I’ll have completed my classes for my teaching certification and will be teaching in an elementary school. Hopefully I’ll be working towards my masters and/or specialist degree. Evan will be coming close to the 20 year mark with the military so who knows where we’ll be living. I hope that we’ll have experienced overseas living at this point.
2. What do you like most about your job?
Well currently my only job is full-time student so I’ll say that I’m so glad that I have the opportunity to go to school so I can live out my dream of becoming a teacher. When I worked in the daycare in AZ and was a substitute teacher in GA, the best part sof those jobs was just being able to be around children, interact with them, teach them new things and hopefully leave a little impression on them.
3. What are three things you do every day, no matter what day it is?
Go to the gym, walk the dogs and eat.
4. What would you do with an extra five hours in your day today?
I would probably start on homework for next week, start baking Christmas cookies and take a long nap.
5. What is your favorite Christmas(or whichever holiday you celebrate) cookie recipe(please share!)?
I talked about my favorite Christmas cookie recipe in the 12 Days of Christmas Blog Challenge. Here’s the link
because I’m too lazy to type it out again 🙂
In unrelated milspouse Friday fill-in news, AF has arrived. I was shocked that she showed up without any assistance but this is definitely a good thing. I start the higher dosage of C.lomid today so I’m thinking, hoping and praying that this works! Also, instead of having only one chance before deployment, we may now have 3. I’m trying to look on the positive side of things. Depending on the outcome of this cycle, we may try one round of IUI before deployment happens just to maybe give us a slight better chance of getting pregnant before he leaves.
In unrelated fertility news, I started my first class on Monday. I have to take 4 undergraduate courses in addition to the 9 graduate ones so I decided to start with Biology. I think I dislike it as much now as I did in high school. This first week is loaded with work. 6 discussion board posts, one essay, 4 chapters of reading and a huge lab report. Thankfully, everything is finished except the proofreading of my essay. It should be interesting when 2 grad classes get thrown into the mix in a few weeks. I just have to stay organized and I will be able to do this!