Without a further ado (or doodoo, I told Hubby yesterday that I live for the day when I no longer have to deal with everyone's poop):
1. Morning person or night owl?
Good gracious, morning person all the way! Ask Hubby, I'm worthless after 9:30pm. Even in my college days, I was done at midnight. You might imagine my non-typical college social life. I'm proud to say that I've never been to a "kegger", although I
2. How do you drink coffee?
I don't. Never have. When I was teaching I was often asked, "What kind of teacher doesn't drink coffee?" My summer college roommate worked at a coffee shop and would try and sneak coffee into my patented hot chocolate drinks. I could always tell. Hubby makes his own coffee. My staff makes the coffee when we have an event. Trust me, you don't want me to make the coffee!
3. 9pm, kids in bed, Hubby's gone. What do you do?
Seeing as how I only have a half hour before I fall asleep, I'd probably read. Or call my mom.
4. What is on your nightstand?
We don't have nightstands as our headboard is a bookshelf. On MY SIDE of the headboard is our lamp, a basket for small items, a couple of magazines for Kiddo1 to look at when she naps in my room, a catalog that I read and re-read and my current two books. On hubby's side, I really can't say, but it does seem as though he's paper training a puppy...
5. What smell do you love?
The smell of growing things: plants, animals, my kids. For example, Kiddo2 hates, HATES to have his hair washed. Eventually, he becomes reminiscent of a wet dog and we have to forcefully scrub his head. I know that someday he won't smell faintly of wet dog when he snuggles under my chin and I'll miss that. Also, the smell of our hoophouse in the winter with the chickens in it, compost, my garden. Ahhhhhhh!
6. What smell do you hate?
The smell of wet, rotting soybeans in moldering piles at the local elevator. Ick.
7. Other than your current home, where would you like to live?
I love ND, I don't think I would want to live anywhere else. That being said, I love THE FARM where I grew up. I love our neighbors, our church family, the land...all of it!
8. Name a historical figure you admire.
I'm not specific to any one particular person, but pioneer women in general. My goodness, those women did it all and dealt with loneliness, loss of children, hunger, sickness, loss of husbands, etc. when there were no other opportunities. One of my favorite books is All Together In One Place by Jane Kirkpatrick, a historical novel based on the real story of an 1852 wagon train on the Oregon Trail.
There. Some tidbits for your reading pleasure. What else do you want to know??