Okay...When I am just sitting around at home taking care of the babies, I have been known to maybe wear the same PJ pants more than one day in a row, but that's ONLY if they have no odor or indistinguishable goo, like spit up or some sort of mystery funk on them, and even then it's ONLY when the laundry is so backed up that I can't find any others. But as far as shirts and undergarments? No. Well, maybe I will wear a bra more than once, but not if I've had any boob-sweat or anything going on..I also bathe/shower twice a day and am obsessed with being clean and smelling good. I cannot stand feeling dirty at all. So while it sounds like I might get a little funk-a-licious, I assure you, I don't,haha. I might survive in pajamas, not put make-up on most days, and go around the house with my hair pulled into a pony or a messy bun, but one thing I CAN say is even though I may look like a train-wreck as many new moms do, at least I am CLEAN!
2. If you had to choose any LARGE city to live in, which would it be?
Ick. I don't like this question. I don't think I would ever want to live IN any larger city. Maybe in a suburb, but not in the city limits themselves. I live 50 miles away from 2 major cities now, and I rarely venture into either of them, since I hate the hectic nature of big cities, and I never really feel safe in the bad parts of town. And for some reason, whenever I drive to a major city, I inevitably end up getting lost and winding up in some horrifyingly bad slum neighborhood where I get all kinds of mean looks just for being there. True story. I went to DC once years ago to a club. We were a car full of teens trying to find our way back to Virginia, and we ended up in South-East DC and actually got threatened by what I am assuming were gang members and/or drug dealers for being in their neighborhood. And these guys were visibly packing. I almost peed myself. I am a wuss like that. Now if we can include suburbia as an option, I wouldn't mind living in the Cleveland suburbs. I am originally from Ohio, and my grandma who I am very close to still lives there. Plus, I like the snow. We don't get much where I live now. I also really like Toronto. Heck, I love Canada in general. But for now, I think I will stay put because we're quite happy in the city we live in now.
3. Fly or drive with the kids on vacation?
I wish we could afford a vacation, let alone airfare. If I had the ability to choose, I would definitely rather fly anywhere we needed to go. My husband's driving scares the daylights out of me. I'd rather sit on an airplane with 3 kids than sit in a vehicle that he is in control of for hours. Period.
4. What is your idea of "spring cleaning"?
Handing a mop and broom to my hubby and 10 year old,lol....Just kidding! Spring cleaning is a top to bottom scrubdown, complete with dusting, mopping, steam-cleaning, re-organizing, etc.
5. What is the best book you have ever read?
Easy question! A Prayer For Owen Meany by John Irving, hands down. Best book ever written, in my humble opinion. I am not going to go into what is a very complex plot. It is way too rich a story to be able to sum it all up in a few paragraphs. What I will say is that this book is a rare find. It's the kind of book that will make you laugh, make you cry, make you angry, make you question the fundamental values and beliefs we all are taught from early childhood, and it will renew your faith in mankind and in God in general. It is THAT powerful a book. You MUST read it. Get off of the computer NOW and GO GET THIS BOOK,haha. You won't regret it, I promise. This is a life-changing book. Seriously. Go. Now. But before you do, be sure to give me a follow and leave a comment so I know where to follow you back!