Last week’s questions were fun. Let’s do it again, shall we?
What are your weekends like? Do you prefer to make no plans, or are you on the go from start to finish? For us, it really depends. My natural tendency is to be a homebody, so I love looking at the calendar and seeing big blank spaces on Saturday and Sunday. Unfortunately, having no plans doesn’t necessarily means we’ll stay home all weekend. My husband likes to go and do, so at least a full calendar is a predictable calendar. This weekend we’ll be busy, with little chance for doing nothing, but as today is my husband’s last day of work for eleven weeks, I have no room to complain.
Do you like the Olympics? I am positively vibrating with excitement about the Olympics. I looooove the Olympics, especially the summer Olympics. Four years ago we were on vacation with little television coverage during the Olympics. I mean, we knew every last detail about Michael Phelps and the men’s basketball team and that was pretty much it. I wouldn’t have traded our cruise for a week of couch-sitting/gymnastics-watching, but I did feel the tiniest bit of sadness about missing it all. My parents are going to London this year, and I’ll have to spend the next couple of months reigning in my jealousy just to be happy for them. (Not really. They’re wonderful people and totally deserve it. I’m as happy for them as Rachel and Phoebe were for Monica and Chandler.)
Finally, in a completely different direction, do you make different dinners for your kids? I do not, but I’m just about ready to give up this particular fight.