Is the glass half empty, half full, or twice as large as it needs to be?
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. Underwear Parties, how old is too old? submitted by Wookie & Co.
I have no idea what was meant by this question… I just thought it’d get some funny answers. If it meant sleep-overs, then you’re never to too old! And if it means hanky panky with your lover… well, you’re never too old 😉 So I guess never!
2. What was your favorite class in high school? submitted by Adventures of M-Squared
English! I loved it and still do. Where else could I read a great book and call it homework?
3. Have you ever convinced packers/movers to pack something they aren’t supposed to for a PCS? submitted by Ground Control to Major Mom
I didn’t have to convince them… they just packed up the lighters and the lighter fluid for the charcoal grill.
4. Blogging plays a growing roll in the media. If you were asked to embed as a blogger with a deployed military unit, would you go? What do you think your blog would be like? submitted by To the Nth
Well, I probably will be going with a deployed military unit at some point… and there’s a good chance one of my jobs will be blogging. So yes! And it would be from the military perspective. Because that is what I do. And it’s my job.
5. Do you think kids should attend year-round school? submitted by Marrying the Navy
I think it might not be a bad idea… as long as the kids got the 4-5 weeks vacation three or so times a year that pretty much equals the same time they get off for summer. I know how tough it was for my parents to find someone to watch us during the summer and I also remember that after about a month or month and a half, I’d had enough of a break that I was relaxed. If kids could get a “relaxing” break three times a year, I think it might do better than just one long relaxing one a year.
Please don’t forget to add your blog link to Mr. Linky below by clicking on it. But also if you are not participating in MilSpouse Friday Fill-In this week, please do not put your link on there… I will remove it. It is unfair to others who do participate.