I promise an update from my friend's visit is coming! For now, link up with Wifey and enjoy
Underwear Parties, how old is too old? submitted by Wookie & Co.
I'll be completely honest...I've never heard of an underwear party. From the sounds of it though, it's not something I would participate in...EVER.
What was your favorite class in high school? submitted by Adventures of M-Squared
My favorite class was always English. I suck at math, think history is boring, and I have a grammar nazi mother, so English was always pretty easy. I have also always enjoyed writing, so I loved being able to express myself through my writing in that class. The only class that every came close to that was Anatomy because we got to dissect a cat!
Have you ever convinced packers/movers to pack something they aren't supposed to for a PCS? submitted by Ground Control to Major Mom
This was our first move and I wasn't around when the movers packed up or belongings. Hubby and I still lived in separate states, so he was in charge of watching the movers. It was hard to let go of that control, but I had no choice. Since we had just gotten married, we didn't have much to pack so there was no need to convince the packers of anything. Most of the time I'm a rule follower though, so I don't think I can see myself doing that.
Blogging plays a growing roll in the media. If you were asked to embed as a blogger with a deployed military unit, would you go? What do you think your blog would be like? submitted by To the Nth
I don't think I would go. It's just not a situation I can see myself in. Plus, as all you know, I'm a slacker with my blog!
Do you think kids should attend year-round school? submitted by Marrying the Navy
No. I think year-round school would actually hurt eduaction. I know students are given breaks when attending year-round school, but I know growing up, summer break was much needed. Kids need the longer break to enjoy themselves and prepare for another school year. When I was growing up, my mom didn't want us to take the whole summer off of learning or practicing anything, so she had us do worksheets for different subjects to keep our brains working. It was enough to keep our brains from turning to mush, but not too much that we didn't still have fun and get a break.