October 15, 2010

October 15 MilSpouse Friday Fill-In

I can't believe it's the middle of October already!  I'm enjoying fall and the turning leaves.  I love looking out from our living room and seeing the leaves turning yellow & red and the sound just beyond.  I'm so blessed!

Every Friday Wife of a Sailor comes up with 5 questions for Milspouses to answer.  If you'd like to link up, head on over!

1.  What are some things on your bucket list?

I don't have a bucket list but I do have a 101 in 1001 list.  You can check it out here

2.  How long have you been a MilSpouse and where have you been stationed so far?

We've been married since August of 2009, so a little over a year.  We meet while he was stationed in Groton, CT and now we're in Western WA.  We really, really, really like it here.  I'm already dreading moving!

3.  What is a list of songs that sums up your life so far?

30 years is a long time to make list of songs for and I'm not in the mood.  So  I'm going to change the question and list some songs that that make me feel nostalgic.

Don't Cry, Guns N' Roses
Far Away, Nickelback
Here Without You, 3 Doors Down
I Remember You, Skid Row
Photograph, Nickelback
True Colors, Cyndi Lauper
When the Starts Go Blue, Tim McGraw
Dance With You, Live
Tyler, Toadies
Painting Pictures of Egypt, Sara Groves

4.  What is your favorite kind of pizza?

I'm boring.  I like cheese, fresh basil, roasted garlic and pineapple on my pizza.  I love Bertucci's pizza and am looking forward to having some when I'm back in MA!

 5.  What are three good things in your life right now

 Only 3?  It's going to be hard to pick only 3!  My husband, my family, our house.  

Don't forget to head over to Expat Girl and link up to the Milspouse Round up! 


  1. Thanks for reminding me about the 101 in 1001 - I've got to buzz over there and post my first completed item!

  2. Mmmmm, I love basil on my pizza. Margharita pizza is one of my favorites!

  3. I love your 101 in 1001!! You HAVE to go to Mt. Rainier. Stay a couple days and camp just outside the park if you can (much, MUCH cheaper). It is one of those rare, magical places that you can just feel the energy shift while you're there! My hubby and I went camping for his birthday there in July of 2008. He proposed the day we got home. Great memories for that reason too! Glad you're enjoying Washington... Lavender Heaven where you are!


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