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Answers

(Originally published by Nattie on April 17, 2004)
I know everyone else answered their questions in their comments section, but I like to be different so I’ll answer them here. 🙂
Chris asked:
1. How are you feeling? Pretty good minus bad blood pressure and allergies. At least my moods are fairly stable.
2. Are you going to homeschool your angels? Not formally. I’d love to, but don’t think I have it in me and hubby isn’t for it. He’s of the mind that public school was fine for him so it is fine for his kids. I’m praying though. 😉
3. Did you know that there is a new Miss Julia book out? Yes! I’m reading it right now—Miss Julia Meets Her Match by Ann B. Ross. I love Miss Julia.


Melissa got brave and asked:
1. Pretend you have one complete free hour. What do you do with it? I always feel like I should be cleaning, but lately if I have a free hour I go outside on my back patio. I sit in my plastic chair and prop my feet on the kids’ little chair. I lean back, close my eyes and soak in the sun for a bit then I…read.
2. Who’s your favorite author? Hmmm…all-time favorite, never written anything bad…Rosamunde Pilcher—hands down. But there are many others that I love just as much. 🙂 You know how it is.
3. You have one wish. What’ll it be? Currently my one wish is to wake up one day and no longer have to take any medication and no longer be hampered by my extra weight. I’d just like wake up one day and unzip this fat suit. I can dream, can’t I? 🙂
Kim asked:
1. What shoes are you wearing right now? None. Just Gold Toe socks. Usually I go around barefoot and don’t put shoes on till I have to go out the door. Flylady I am not.
2. If you had to do one or the other, which would you do, give up TV forever or give up the computer forever? That is a hard one. I’m becoming less and less enchanted with the TV. There are few shows I watch regularly. I would miss videos though. But the internet links me to my friends. So if I had to choose, I’d probably pitch the TV.
3. Favorite potato chip? Last night I tasted the best chip—Guacamole Doritos. Yummy.
Jeanne asked:
1. Have you seen “The Passion of the Christ”? Yes!
2. If so, how has it affected your outlook on life and your faith? Definitely. I can’t even explain it.
3. What would you change about your life if you could? It sounds trite, but my weight. We aren’t talking just a few pounds were talking major weight and it is slowing me down.
Naomi asked:
1. What’s the craziest most scariest thing you’ve ever done? Getting married. Just kidding. Having kids? Okay, I’ll try to be serious. I don’t know that I’ve ever been crazy. I’m too…boring. At the time though, rock climbing seemed pretty scary. I didn’t do the rope and rappeling thing. Just hands and hiking boots and it was exhilirating. I’d love to do it again.
2. Where do you go to get away from “IT” all? When I lived in California, I went to the beach. I’ve yet to find that place here. I do like to go to a B&N or a local coffeshop called Bixby’s. I can sip my mocha and read to my heart’s content and no one is yelling out, “Mommy!”
3. As a kid where you shy? Painfully. I still am. I have a hard time looking someone in the eyes if I don’t know them.
Dana asked:
1. How high do your heels have to be before they become hazardous to your health? They don’t even have to have heels to be dangerous. I’m a danger to myself at any altitude. 🙂
2. When are you starting school? *sigh* I haven’t told you gals, but hubby isn’t being all that supportive. He doesn’t understand the need for knowledge if it isn’t going to lead to more money. So I’m going to try to just take a course at a time at a community college if I can find the money and continue to pray for God to change hubby’s heart.
3. What do you want to major in when you go back to school? I’m torn between English, History and Christian Ministries. I really want to study Greek and Hebrew. I have felt called for a long time to the ministry, but I’ve been denying the call. We’ll see where God leads.
Pattie asked:
1. Do you like the theatre? Love it! But we don’t have much theatre here in Small Town, USA. When I lived in California, my mom had season tickets to a community theatre. I loved going with her. I also went to a “performing arts” junior high and enjoyed performing in musicals and plays.
2. You’ve tried a bunch of different journals–which one is your favorite? So far, I love the Rollabind journals. They are so versital. I have a black leather one and it is heaven.
3. What is your favorite Yankee Candle scent? I don’t know if it is my favorite, but it is my old stand by if I don’t know what flavor I want—Banana Nut Bread.
Copyright Natalie Rose York

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