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1.Tell us about your job or daily routine
2.Would you rather live in the city or the country?
3.Do you like to sing in the car, shower, etc?
4.Share some things on your bucket list.
5.If you could rid the world of one thing, what would it be?
1. If you don’t count nights when Baby Girl wakes up to eat, I wake around 5:45, get the kids all ready for school then drive to a.) the younger ones’ daycare and then b.) Ell’s elementary school. Then it is on to FSU’s campus where I am a program admin for First year Comp in the English department. My job is kind of hard to explain; I deal with the grad TAs who teach and then freshmen as well. It’s one of those jobs where, depending on the time of the semester, I am either really busy or really NOT. So, I also teach a class here. On T/TH I teach for an hour and 15 minutes. I also teach online, so there’s upkeep on that. I leave around 4:30 and head home where I wash bottles, feed the dogs, and await everyone’s arrival. We eat dinner, do homework, watch TV, and somewhere in there, I probably fall asleep on the couch, wake up for an hour or two, then go back to sleep. Not a great way to be but it’s the truth.
2. Actually, I kind of like where I live now, it has just enough city things and just enough country things to be balanced. I have vacationed in the backwoods and I have lived in Orlando; I wouldn’t want to live in either of the extremes.
3. Admittedly, I sing in the car all the time. AND, I just read a study the other day that singing first thing in the morning helps you have a better day over all. I tell this to my oldest son when he complains about the singing.
4. Let’s see, bucket list: Hike part of the Appalachian Trail, see Motley Crue in concert, get tattoos of my kids’ birth footprints, see the Aurora Borealis, finish this damned novel, meet some of my favorite authors, own a sandwich shop.
5. In this case, I kind of believe in balance and “the way things were meant to be” but I would rid it of childhood incurable diseases. I wouldn’t get rid of all of them because I feel like there’s a reason people get ill but kids? Come on.