Five Question Friday!

I thought that you all might want to get to know me a little bit better so I am going to do 5 question Friday this week.  I hope to get to know all of you better as well.  Please leave me a comment with your answers!



1. If you had $1,000 to donate to a charity, which would you choose?
2. Snow days: Do you welcome them happily or are they a pain in your butt?

3. What talent did you wish you had and why?

4. Are you a news, politics or celebrity gossip junkie?

5. What is your favorite “cocktail”? (Are you a beer person, a kiddie cocktail junkie, or perhaps your more the “Cosmo” kind?! Anything flies…doesn’t hafta be alcoholic!)

My Answers:
1. If you had $1,000 to donate to a charity, which would you choose?

I would choose the Susan G. Komen 3-Day for the Cure.  I did this 60 mile walk in 3 days last year after my mom was diagnosed with breast cancer the previous July.

2. Snow days: Do you welcome them happily or are they a pain in your butt?

Well, they are okay.  I wish I could get a snow day from work but no matter how bad it is here in Michigan, work is not cancelled.  My kids always have someplace to go.

3. What talent did you wish you had and why?

I wish that I could play a musical instrument.  I just always wish I could.

4. Are you a news, politics or celebrity gossip junkie?

Nope

5. What is your favorite “cocktail”? (Are you a beer person, a kiddie cocktail junkie, or perhaps your more the “Cosmo” kind?! Anything flies…doesn’t hafta 
be alcoholic!)

My favorite is Jack and Diet


Remember Challenger

I wanted to take a few moments out today to remember the tragedy that happen today in 1986 – The day that we lost the astronauts of the shuttle Challenger.  While I was 6 years old on this day, I vividly remember the day. This was a very important day for teachers across the country as the very first teacher was going into space.  We watched this shuttle launch live in our little classroom.  I remember being confused as to what was going on and why the teachers were all so upset.  I had never seen a launch before so I didn’t know that something had gone terribly wrong.  Take a moment today to remember those lives lost.