Sunday Social

Sunday Social
I am linking-up today with Ashley at and Neely at for Sunday Social.

  • When you were little what did you want to be when you grew up?

When I was little all I wanted to do was have kids and be a mom.  I did not have any other ideas of what I wanted to be, and let me tell you that never changed.  When I was in college I had no idea what to major in and kind of fell into Human Resources because I couldn’t think of anything else.  I now have one kid and get to be a stay at home mom.  A lot less kids then what I thought.  Who knew it was so hard to raise a kid?  I used to nanny and it is totally different when it is your own.

  • What was your favorite way to kill time as a kid?

I lived in the country and there was not your average stuff to do.  When I was little like 8-14, I would either jump on my trampoline or ride my go cart.

  • When did you get your first cell phone?

I got my first cell phone in 1999.  At that time I got 200 anytime minutes, free nights and weekends, and paid $.25 per voicemail for the small price of $49.99. Every minute I went over it was $.25. Crazy, right?  That was a good deal then.

  • What is your favorite magazine to read?

I have always been a fan of People.  I had a subscription to it for about 8 years until I had S and quit my job.  At that point, I figured I could do without it.  Does anyone remember the magazine YM (Young Miss) from their tween, teen years?  That was my all-time favorite magazine growing up.

  • What is the one random object people would be surprised to find in your purse?

My purse is jam packed with stuff.  I carry everything from eye drops for B, to toy trains for S.  The one item I always have in my purse that has really come in handy is dental floss.  I always make sure there is some in every car we have.


  • Risa says:

    I think that was the same cell phone deal I had in about 2001. Maybe it was 250 any time minutes lol. Oh and they were rollover minutes.

    • Stephanie says:

      I had Verizon back then and they did not have roll over minutes. I never would of had any minutes left to rollover!

  • Liz Taylor says:

    I was the same way growing up!!! We had a dirt track in our backyard and the days were always spent outside riding bikes, jumping on the trampoline, and driving our gocarts and four wheelers.

    • Stephanie says:

      We didn’t get a four wheeler until after I was out of high school but I had fun on it once we did. We had 7 acres so there was plenty of ground to cover. I can safely say I am glad I no longer live in the country!

Disclaimer: I have never claimed to be any great writer. So any mistakes that are made are my fault. Sometimes I mix up names B, S, and P, but I think you can figure out who I am talking about. If you find any grammatical errors just fix it in your mind so it sounds right.
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