Is it a sex blog? A mommy blog? A bitch & moan blog? Um, . . . yeah. This is my place to be totally honest. In my real life, I feel like I'm always lying to somebody about something. Here, I am totally honest. Brutally so. However, no matter what bad things I say about my kids, I adore them and would never ever really, say, sell them on Ebay. The husband, often referred to as Spousehole, is another story. Oh yeah - if you are under 18 (or if you are my husband), please leave now.

Tuesday, August 26, 2008

TMI Tuesday - It's Still Tuesday, Right?

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You find a fairy. With a wave of their wand they can change anything for you.

What is the one thing you would change about your body?

My weight!! OMG - Reducing my weight to something much more reasonable (in my eyes) would effect a number of other positive changes as well. I would look and feel better and be much healthier. I see no downside to it. Okay, my boobs would shrink, but that's the trade-off I guess.

What is the one personality trait you would change?

My stubbornness. It gets me in trouble all the time.

What is the one thing about your job you would change?

I would have one and not be home with my kids, who are driving me insane lately. We are all under a lot of stress.

What is the one thing about your home you would change?

It would be sold to someone else for close to my asking price.

What is the one thing about your Significant Other you would change?

His stubbornness. Stubborn meets stubborn and all hell breaks loose.

Who is the one person you would poof out of your life and why?

My father-in-law. He's been a real pain-in-the-ass lately. He's been very, very helpful to me in many ways with Spousehole gone and all, but he's the type of person who never lets you forget that he's doing you a favor. And he has nothing but criticism for Spousehole and I end up defending Spousehole, quite the unusual position for me. I hate being dragged into their crap.

Who is the one person you would poof back in and why?

My grandmother. She died in 1980 and nothing's been the same since. My mother still isn't over it. She's lost both her parents and her only sibling (who was younger than her). That's a hard place to be in at a fairly young age. I think sometimes she feels very alone, even with my dad, my sister, me, and our kids. Her family of origin is gone and that's hard.

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Baby said...

Awww - I see a trend with grandparents coming back :) That would be grand to get that asking price on the house :) Happy TMI - great answers ...

Ms. Inconspicuous said...

We have similar answers...grandparents, stubbornness. Interesting that what we want most can be someone else's want too, nay?

Happy TMI.

Desmond Jones said...

Yeah, Molly and I have some of that stubborn-on-stubborn thing goin' on, too. . .

And yer FIL. . . The Apple and the Tree, eh?

Vixen said...

Aww...many people missing their grandmothers. :(

I can see stubborn meeting stubborn, creating issues.


Polt said...

I wish I could lose weight too, but somehow, I don't care about my boobs shrinking. :)


Slick said...

Ah, the inlaw. Fortunately, I like mine.

Aren't all women stubborn as hell??!!

Desmond Jones said...

And my job. . . An hour closer to home would be nice (even just the fact that it could actually be an hour closer to home tells you something). . .

Heck, even a half-hour closer to home. . .

Kittie Kate said...

That's sad about your grandmother but it's also very sad about your mother and you. It is hard losing someone special.

Happy belated TMI!