The last few questions have been similar so I feel like I’m repeating myself a bit but hopefully the next few will be more interesting. So here are two more of the 38 Interesting Questions To Ask Your Mom Right Now.
My other posts that are answers to this list of questions are:
- NOT SURE IF THIS REALLY HAPPENED OR NOT
- MAYBE WHEN MY KIDS GET OLDER.
- I DON’T MIND THE CHATTING IT UP BUT CHANGING THE SCENERY WOULD BE NICE FROM TIME TO TIME.
- 10 STEPS LATER HE BROKE UP WITH ME
- MY LITTLE COWORKERS/EMPLOYEES
- SAME AGE THAT MY MOM HAD ME
13. Who were/are your role models? Who did you look up to when you were younger? Who do you look up to now?
Truthfully my parents were the only constant contact I had in my life so I guess that they were the role models I had to look up to. Mostly I think military kids look up to the idea of being a good “soldier” than an actual person. When I was little I always thought I’d marry a military guy and be a teacher in DoD school.
I guess that’s common with military kids.
I think these days there are a lot of interesting people I’d like to be more like, but I wouldn’t say that they are a blue print of what I should be. That celebrity conversation post I did a while back talking about Reece Whitherspoon, Mayim Chaya Bialik, and Danica McKellar shows the type of people that interest me and the type that I’d like to be more like…
If you want to read it click : The conversation that would pass between the three of them would keep me entertained for hours
14. What’s the best trip you’ve ever taken?
Two separate trips come to mind, one was to the Dakotas and back and the other was all the south western states with my cousins, road trips are hell in the middle of them but always seem to mean the most afterwards.
The first trip was with my grandparents which started with a flight from New York to California and then the road trip across the country with them. It was a history/nature trip that got me to see parts of the country that I wouldn’t have seen otherwise.
The second one was a college trip around the southwest. My cousin was looking at places so we saw all the cool touristy spots in those states. Part of me wishes I’d gone to college in Colorado. My cousin ended up at Boulder and it was a great city from what I remember.
Who do you want to be like when you grow up? I’d love to hear your answers!
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