7 Fun Facts

Thank you to Lili and Jesslyn Amber for the blog awards. Here (finally) are my 7 Fun Facts.

1. I graduated from a Baptist university where I received my B.A. in political science, joined a sorority, and got to ride in the locally televised homecoming parade wearing an evening gown for being one of the homecoming queen nominees as well as participate in other homecoming events.

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2. I have somewhat of a curved spine, which wasn’t discovered until x-rays after a car accident (it wasn’t my fault) revealed them to a doctor. My husband said he couldn’t see the curve, but that he could feel it if he touched my back.

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[ photo taken by Chris Wineinger

3. I love country music. I don’t know if that’s weird because I’m Asian or if people already expect it since I live in Texas, but I don’t really listen to much else (with the exception of baby/kids music). I love cowboy boots, small cities, rodeos, and dancehalls although I haven’t been in any of those since I got married minus the small city when we go back to my alma mater for homecoming.

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[ photo taken back in college at the Heart of Texas Fair and Rodeo ]

4. I’m Filipino-American, in case I haven’t mentioned it enough on here already. I love Filipino food and Filipino telenovelas. One of my second cousins who still lives in the Philippines (and is absolutely gorgeous) is an actress who has done a few telenovelas herself. Also, my mom’s late uncle was once a cardinal of the Catholic church in the Philippines.

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[ visiting the beaches of Boracay ]

5. I love Europe. I mean, what girl doesn’t? I first went with my parents in 11th grade and again my freshman year of college before going on my own to complete my language credits. I really enjoy the food, the shopping, and the beautiful cities. I wouldn’t mind living there when the kids are grown up.

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[ spring/Easter break in Rome with friends ]

6. When my husband and I first got married, we would hold hands in bed every night while we slept. He oftens still takes my hand at night, and it really helps me let go of any worries or anxious thoughts that might keep me from relaxing and going to sleep.

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7. Two words: Gabby Gazette. It was my pretend newspaper/magazine about current events in my life on a two column spread I wrote on our family computer when I was in fifth grade using a kids software program called Creative Writer (I had Fine Artist, too). It was a lot of fun, and I would have different sections (all written by me) including a poetry corner. I don’t think I ever printed it for anyone to read, but looking back, it was kind of like my first blog.

I don’t wanna be anything other than what I’ve been tryin’ to be lately,
All I have to do is think of me and have peace of mind,
I’m tired of looking ’round rooms wonder what I gotta do
Or who I’m supposed to be
I don’t wanna be anything other than meGavin DeGraw

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Homeschooling Possibility…

I know it would sound crazy to my parents and all of my friends (except maybe for the one guy I know who was homeschooled or maybe even him or maybe Tim’s parents who homeschooled him for a little while), but Tim and I are seriously considering it. I know it’s going to stir up a lot of controversy if that’s what we decide when the time comes, but we have to do what we believe is best. We are the parents now.

I’m going to read as much as I possibly can on the subject. The library has several books on the topic, and there are tons of blogs and sites on the internet. I’m sure Amazon has something useful, as always. I hope to maybe even find some homeschooling parents in our area that I could talk to. We have almost 5 years before we have to come to a decision. We really think that there’s a lot our children can gain from it, but we absolutely won’t do it if we think that they’re going to lose something valuable because of it.

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