As I wait for photos of Anderson to upload for his 15 month post, it’s time for a little Q&A courtesy of Kimberly. Here we go.
Four names that people call me, other than my real name:
JDub…though this is slowly dying. It has been more than six years now since I was a Walker.
Four jobs that I’ve had:
Four movies I’ve seen more than once:
Four books I’d recommend:
Pride and Prejudice
One Hundred Years of Solitude
An American Tragedy
Four places I have lived:
Maple Grove, MN
Four places I have been:
Four things I don’t eat:
Pickled Herring – Josh has been trying to get me to eat it for years. I don’t really even like regular fish, let alone pickled.
Twinkies – Also cannot wrap my head around why any would want to eat these.
Tripe – I will never forget when Josh accidentally ordered it in Rome.
Coffee – I love the smell but I do not like the bitterness, not even the girlie Starbucks drinks.
Four of my favorite foods:
Cheese – Love love love cheese. Currently we have about six different types in our fridge.
Peanut butter – I eat it every day. When we travel and I don’t have any, I actually kind of miss it.
Indian – All kinds of dishes. Spicy, sweet, give them all to me with a side of naan so that I can get every last drop of sauce.
Chocolate – There is little self control when good chocolate, let’s be honest any chocolate, is around.
Four TV shows that I watch:
I don’t actually watch much now that we don’t have cable.
The Good Wife – recently started binge watching on Prime
Sons of Anarchy – also watching with Josh on Prime
Parenthood – I’m a few weeks behind, but catching up.
The Today Show – That is unless the kids are up. Once the kids are up, the TV is turned off.
Four things I am looking forward to this year:
Quick vacation to Florida – Josh has training so we’re going to fly down to meet him. Not so much looking forward to flying with the kids myself, but excited to see the kids’ faces when we walk into Disney World. Oh and escape the cold for a few days.
Thanksgiving -By far my favorite holiday. What’s better than good food and family? This year we’re headed to Indiana to spend it with my mom, stepdad and siblings. Bonus, I might even get in a run with Kim!
Christmas – Again, food, family and tradition. We’ve been working on introducing our own little family traditions. Ella is starting to really get things like this. I’m so excited to do all things Christmas with the kids.
Spring – Yes it’s only been a week since we had our first snowfall, but unlike in Colorado, it’s going to be here until Spring. The day the last snow melts will be quite exciting.
Four things I’m always saying:
“Anderson, sit down, you’re going to fall.”
“Did you leave your listening ears on your pillow?”
“Good morning I love you” (kids and husband)
“I’m just going to run ….”