Dear 7 Questions,

5.30.2012

INTRODUCING..... s.e.v.e.n. QuEsTiOnS. That sort of hurts my eyes to read the questions part. Why did I used to think typing like that was so cool?


Don't ask me why, but we thought this was hilarious.
I mean, you can ask me why... but I wouldn't have a real answer for you.
And to think, I thought I was mature when I was 18.

1. If you were to start your own business, what would it be?
This will sounds weird. But I would start a business to sell my handwriting. I told you, weird, right? I helped a girl with her wedding save the dates a few weeks ago because the woman she bought a stamp from on etsy wasn't being helpful (for a lack of a better work, aka. she stopped responding to her emails). She has paid the woman to make a stamp with her handwriting because she loved her cursive. Well, luckily she loved mine too. So now I want to start a business to address envelopes, write things on cards and invitations, and make stamps of my handwriting. Weird, but let me know if you are interested. Haha.

2. You wake up on the wrong side of the bed, do you embrace your grumpiness or try to fight it?

I embrace my grumpiness until about 10:30.

3. What's the very first memory you have?

Probably recieving a Little Mermaid car (you know, like those Barbie jeeps?) for Christmas. It was white and teal, Sebastian was on it. Fish on the side. The horn played under the sea. There was a trunk. We watched that Christmas video awhile ago. My loving brother Eric so nicely pointed it out, "Look Deej! There is even a trunk in the back!" And I obviously have always been sassy, and responded, "Well I already know that!" That year I also got a Barbie house hand crafted by my Dad with wallpaper scraps from our home. Don't worry, we are saving it for my first baby girl.

4. The world is ending, what do you do? Allow yourself to die? Fight? Hide? Etc.

Probably.... hide. I am trying to picture myself in the hunger games because it is a similar concept. I think I would hide and be sneaky. And then fight when there was a need. Or take cheap shots. Which is also very sneaky. Survival of the fittest baby.

5. What is your favorite meal of the day?

Dinner. Without a doubt dinner. And why dinner you ask? Because dinner is a meal of anything. I can eat anything I like. French Toast, Sandwich, Steak, Ice Cream, Pizza... you name it and it passes as dinner.

6. How do you best learn? Visual? Listening? Hands on?

I am a visual learner. I love charts and graphs. I love seeing pictures. I really like to have moments to look at things and take them in. I need something that connects to something that connects to something for me to really understand and grasp concepts. I can listen to you talk about it all day, but once I read it I understand it.

7. What is your favorite joke?

A woman is cooking muffins. She puts them in the over and walks away. Inside the oven one muffin turns to another and says, "Man, it is hot in here!" The other muffin looks over and yells, "OH MY GOSH!!! IT IS A TALKING MUFFIN!"


Don't muffins sound yummy right now? I really wish I could eat carbs. 10 more days until Miss Idaho!


Love,
Deidre


P.S. I have 10 days to meet my goal. I only need thirty more people to donate $5 or one hundred fifty people to donate $1... Not only is it good karma but it is for the children! And it is a tax write off. Donate here.
Kristen Seuberling said...

Since you're my long lost twin, and you told the muffin joke AGAIN like a rockstar, I'm totally donating.

Natalie from A Moment of Wonderful also has a little business where she will address envelopes, so there certainly seems to be a market for this sort of thing. I say you go for it, so that left-handed people like me with bad handwriting have people we can hire to make us look good.

Jana Faith said...

Holy moly! Let's be friends! I found you from Gentri Lee's link up. Your joke & mine are so similar it's ridiculous. Replace muffins with sausage and we have the same joke! I love the story about your pretty cursive writing.

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