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I love learning more about my fellow MilSpouse bloggers. So I created a weekly meme. Each week, I’ll post a list of questions on Thursday (so you can have your blog ready on Friday). Come back here on Friday (like today!) and enter your blog post into Mr. Linky below so others know who else participated and we can all visit other blogs. Please leave a comment too! And please feel free to use the button above!
This week’s questions are:
1. With PCS moves happening every few years, do you take the time to paint and decorate your home? submitted by Life as Mrs. JPT
We are lucky enough to pretty much be homeported so we don’t have to move often. That being said, we knew we were staying in our rental for only a year so we didn’t paint. Had we stayed for three years or so, yes, I probably would have painted.
2. If you could live in any home on a television series, what would it be? submitted by Standing By Him
I would want to live in the Spellman house from Sabrina the Teenage Witch. It as a cool Victorian house (LOVE THEM!) and had a fantastic wrap-around porch. It also had a secret closet that took you to the other realm, and I think that would be awesome.
3. What inspired you to start your blog? submitted by Pink Combat Boots
I have been journaling since I was in about second grade. I switched to online journaling while I was in college and before this blog, I had one that chronicled the life of a 20-something dating in the online world. Some of the dates I went on were funny. Of course, when I married Huzzy, I went to this blog. It was a natural progression.
4. What is the weirdest thing you’ve ever seen on base? submitted byAdventures in Life
We have at least one cougar and several bears on base. Does that count?
5. Which historical figure (politician, writer, artist, scientist, actor, etc…) would you like to have dinner with? submitted by Army of Two
I would like to talk to Queen Victoria. She changed so much in the monarchy that changed the world. She is known as the “grandmother” of Europe because her many children and grandchildren married throughout the continent so her kin touched a lot of different countries and changed history. I think she’d be extremely interesting to speak to. Of course, she’s also from my favorite architectural era 😉
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