This post is the first of several that will answer your questions here. :)
Josette said: You always make me laugh…so I am thinking your sense of humor is the same as mine (I could be totally wrong), just wondering what your favorite “funny movie” is?
I am SO SORRY that this is the most boring answer ever and surely not the one you were hoping for.
I can’t even think of the name of any funny movie. Although Veggie Tale movies always crack me up. Love the humor in those. I’m guessing that’s not quite what you meant?
Watching movies is one of my least favorite activities. I don’t know why. I don’t like sitting still for that long (unless I’m blogging/writing or reading a good book).
I’ve been racking my brain trying to figure out what my favorite funny movie is. I even asked Matt, “Hey, what’s my favorite funny movie?” Blank stare. Yeah, he likes movies as much as I do.
Isn’t that pitiful?
Why don’t you all tell me what YOUR favorite funny movies are and maybe I’ll watch them and say, “AH!! That WAS funny!!!”
What great movies am I missing out on?!?
Sharon asked: What skin care products and make-up (if you wear it), do you use? Where do you purchase it?
You can read about my favorite Soaps and Sundries here. Otherwise…there isn’t too much more to tell.
On Sundays and special occasions, I go all out and wear mascara (just the gross stuff from Walmart).
I used to never leave the house without make-up thinking that I could never get away without “having my face on”. Now (mostly because my husband really doesn’t care for me to wear make-up because he really – thankfully – likes my natural look) I just don’t wear it. I LOVE not messing with it.
If any of you have any natural make-up products you’d recommend…do tell!
Dani asked: What is your favorite vacation memory with your family and what are your vacation traditions? Especially in the car with FOUR boys.
Well, we have never actually gone on a vacation that doesn’t involve a family get-together of some sort. At this point though…those are the best kind of vacations.
Every other year we travel to California to visit Matt’s family. We’ve been able to go to Disneyland several times thanks to Matt’s brother who works for The Mouse (that would be Mickey).
It always cracks us up when we go to CA in the wintertime. Everyone there is wearing a long wool coat and apologizing that we had to come out for a visit “when it’s SO cold”. Yep, that 50° to 70° weather is just a killer on us Nebraskans. We hardly know what to do with ourselves without the wind chill factor.
Oh, and the day after Christmas several cousins always like to plan a trip to drive three hours to the snow!!!! ‘Cause wouldn’t that be fun to play in snow together?
Yes, I suppose it would if we didn’t have to “play in the snow” with a shovel in order to get out of our driveway on a regular basis. Couldn’t we just not drive to the snow and play together in the yard? In a t-shirt?
As far as traveling in a car with four boys…you can just imagine the musical numbers I must put up with. Need I say more?