Kellie tagged me a while ago and I had a hard time coming up with 7 things.
I guess the first would be that I actually dressed up for Halloween. Grandkids can get you to do most any thing. Don't tell them that or I am in real trouble! What Jessica didn't tell you was that Katie was afraid of me when she first came in the house. It took about 10 minutes before she quit hiding behind her mom every time I talked to her. After that we had a great time, and whenever anyone mentioned my red hair she had to tell them it was a wig. Her favorite thing is opening the door for the "customers", more commonly known as Trick or Treaters>
#2 I am paranoid about making people have to wait for me, anywhere, any time for anything. Dan might not agree as there are times on Sunday he has to wait a little. I guess when you've been married 31 years you mellow out together. I really have no problem waiting for others, go figure...
#3 This one makes me very sad, I can't play the piano any more. As soon as the eye's started changing it got harder and harder. Playing the piano in Primary was always my favorite calling.
#4 My least favorite calling is teaching Sunday School, Dan and I are currently teaching the 15-16 year old's. Great, great kids, I'm just not a teacher. I get quite testy when it's my turn to teach, just ask Dan, or any of my kids.
#5. My highest bowling game is a 272.
#6 When my kids were all in school I would always make cookies on rainy days and the first snowstorm of the year. This is one of those good habits that get ingrained in their heads and now they to want to do the same thing.
#7 Dan and I went to Brice Canyon for our honeymoon. We decided to come home a day early thinking that we could just sneak into our apartment and no one would know that we were home. We opened our door and there was my dad cleaning our carpet! Our bed was not moved in yet and couldn't be until the carpet was dry the next day. We spent the last night of our honeymoon sleeping in my parents tent trailer!!
There you have it, the sad part is that as soon as I post this I will think of a million, much more interesting random things...