Wednesday, 14 November 2007

Eight Things.........

I was challenged by the lovely Kaycie over at "Lost In the Bible Belt" to complete this. Have a go - it certainly got me thinking..........

Eight things I am passionate about:

1 My children
2 My husband
3 Baby whispering
4 Common sense (oh we so need more of this in the world)
5 My work
6 Writing
7 Ironing – I passionately HATE having to do it!
8 Social responsibility

Eight things I want to do before I die:

1 Hold my daughter’s baby
2 See Paris
3 Be debt free
4 Go to my children’s weddings
5 Look after my mum rather than her look after me
6 Feel I have achieved my potential
7 Lose three stone
8 Move

Eight things I say often:

1 I love you
2 Fuck
3 Stop………….
3 Fuck off
4 Please
5 Thank you
6 Bedtime
7 Fancy a shag
8 That can’t be the time

Eight books I have read recently:

1 The Snail and the Whale, Julia Donaldson
2 Guess How Much I Love You, Sam Bratney
3 Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, JK Rowling
4 Secrets of the Baby Whisperer for Toddlers
5 Pride and Prejudice, Jane Austen
6 I Like it When, Mary Murphy
7 Don’t Tell Mummy, Toni Maguire
8 Captain Corelli’s Mandolin, Louis De Bernieres

Eight songs I could listen to over and over:

1 Evangeline – Icicle Works
2 This is the one - Stone Roses
3 I am the resurrection – Stone Roses
4 One – U2
5 Bad – U2
6 Love is all around – Wet Wet Wet
7 I’ll Sail This Ship Alone – Beautiful South
8 You Do Something To Me, Paul Weller

Eight things that attract me to friends:

1 Passion
2 Zest for life
3 Loyalty
4 Funny
5 Like minded
6 Bold
7 Opinionated
8 Adventurous

9 comments:

Kaycie said...

Great list! I have no idea what baby whispering is. Now I'm curious.

Self employed mum said...

I totally agree with the common sense one and holding your daughters baby, that made me go ooohhhh me too! hold my own daughters baby not yours..... x

Manic Mother Of Five said...

Hi Kaycie, Tracey Hogg was known as the Baby Whisperer and has written books on raising babies/toddlers - they are brilliant - full of tips and lots of common sense.

Hi S/Employed Mum. Having Evie so late (almost 40) was a big decision and I just want to be around for her...... Not morbid about it but its there in the back of my mind........

Swearing Mother said...

No wonder I like you! That list sounds very similar to one I'd write, apart from the "fancy a shag" bit.

I've got a headache....... would be more appropriate.

Manic Mother Of Five said...

Hey S/M. Cool, that's a real compliment. Cheers honey. x

Tina said...

MMOF, we may have been separated at birth. Although I haven't read it too recently, I still love:

'And she gazed at the sky, the sea, the land,
The waves and the caves and the golden sand,'

from The Snail & The Whale, second only in my affections to Each Peach Pear Plum.

I may have a go at this, just to see how alike we are!

Manic Mother Of Five said...

Hey Tina! have wondered this myself when I have read some of your posts. Go on, give it a go and we'll see.

Thanks for dropping by.

Suzy said...

I say do # 2 as soon as you can...

Paris is beautiful! I have a friend who lets me use her house in the Loire Valley in France - about 2 hours from Paris, and I visit Paris everytime I go there even if it's just for a couple of days.

No other place like it!
Love,
Suzy

Manic Mother Of Five said...

Am definitely aiming to do this as soon as Miss Evie-D (the daughter) is old enough to have at least some memory of it.

Thanks for the recommendation Suzy x.