I am: too lazy to think of something to post about tonight!
I want: to be out of debt.
I have: everything I need to be happy: faith, family, friendship, food.
I dislike: whining.
I miss: living near my mom. The Wasatch mountains. Russia.
I fear: losing one of my children (even though I know that they are mine for eternity.)
I feel: grateful for the multitude of tender mercies in my life.
I hear: nothing. And it sounds wonderful. (The kids are in bed, Jared is reading.)
I smell: sweaty! Just got back from a walk.
I cry: often. When I hear beautiful music, especially hymns. When I read a great book or watch a great movie. I even cry at the end of most Amazing Race episodes and anytime I see an LDS commercial. I am a crier.
I usually: have some chocolate in the house.
I search for: the phone. It only rings four times before it goes to voice mail and I never know where I put it down last.
I wonder: what the Lord has in store for me and my family.
I regret: the moment after I say something gossipy.
I love: my husband. Duh.
I care: about people commenting on my blog.
I always: check my email when I walk by the computer.
I am not: skinny. Sigh.
I remember: the words to almost every hymn.
I believe: that God's plan for me is better than anything I could come up with, and I need to trust Him to guide my life.
I dance: with my babies.
I sing: alto. Too loud, generally.
I don't always: get my way. But I usually do!:)
I argue: when I'm hungry or tired.
I write: to get in touch with my thoughts and feelings.
I win: sometimes, but not consistently. But I love to play.
I lose: paperwork, business cards, the lids to tupperware.
I wish: there were more hours in the day.
I listen: to conference talks on my walks.
I don't understand: chemistry.
I can usually be found: at home.
I need: a little time to myself every day, for prayer, scripture study, exercise, and to talk to my mom.
I forget: to send thank you cards. (Actually, I just procrastinate until I'm too embarrassed to send them.
I am happy: when I've had time to myself for prayer, scripture study, exercise, and to talk to my mom!