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Fun, please ask anything! (taken from Lynzie)

How many times has someone on your friends list posted about something and you were really confused, but you didn’t want to ask because you knew you SHOULD know? How many times have you felt ‘guilty’ asking a close LJ friend a question that should be ‘obvious’? Well, here’s your chance.

If you’ve missed a few things, missed an entry and are confused, ask me any thing. Even something EXTREMELY basic, like where I live! I’m not allowed to get even slightly irritated at any of the questions – we’ve all missed things before.

10 thoughts on “Fun, please ask anything! (taken from Lynzie)”

  1. where do you live??? lol I’m joking I know that…

    but I want to know how/where you and brian met met 🙂 I can’t remember if you ever said since I’ve been on your fl…and if you did sorry I’m a scatter brain and I’m taking advantage of your ask stupid questions post…lol

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  2. Brian and I met in college. Our sophomore year! We lived in the same dorm. Co-ed, girls on one side, boys on the other. I had a crush on his friend Josh the year before, so when I saw Josh was living on my floor I was all excited. Then I met Brian and he was nice, but my first impression was your in my way, because he literally was in my line of sight to Josh when we were watching TV that night haha! We eventually started hanging out and he has been my best friend ever since!!!

    🙂

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  3. awwww…that’s sweet I think I did know the college thing (or remembered in the back of my head and just did’t realize??) lol but I that’s nice you guys were best friends 🙂

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  4. Since I’m fairly new to your FL, I have lots of questions…

    **Do you work or do you stay at home?
    **What was your major in college?
    **What college did you go to?
    **Did you grow up in Ohio? If not, how did you end up in Ohio?

    Ok, I’m off to post this in my LJ since I have a few new friends! 🙂

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  5. **Do you work or do you stay at home? I stay home, but I watch my friends two boys for some income 🙂

    **What was your major in college? Started out early elementary N-1st, then Computer and Information systems, then Management Information Systems.

    **What college did you go to? Bloomsburg University, Bloomsburg PA

    **Did you grow up in Ohio? No

    If not, how did you end up in Ohio? I was born in Lima, OH. My parents were moving to NY when they got the call about me (I was adopted). Lived in Fairport, NY until middle of 1st grade, Cornwall, NY until after 2nd grade, Plano, TX during 3rd and 4th, Naperville, IL during 5th through 10th, Chantilly, VA during 11th-12th. Dublin, OH right after graduation, but went to school in Bloomsburg, PA. Brian and I now live in Galloway, OH

    All of our moves were due to my Dad transfering within Mobile Oil, except for the last one, which he switched companies to Ashland Inc.

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  6. I was born in Lima, OH too!! 🙂

    Do you know your bio parents? If not, have you ever searched or wondered about them? (I ask because my dh was adopted…and I’m curious).

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  7. Awesome!

    As far as bio parents, I go back and forth. Sometimes I just don’t care to really find them and other times I want to.. As far as I am concerned, my parents are my parents and that is good enough 😉

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  8. I was going to ask about your adoption but never did because I thought it was a sensitive subject,but I have another…what makes you want a big family?.

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  9. My parents came from big families. My Mom is one of 5 and my Dad is one of 4! I loved having so many aunts, uncles and cousins! And watned more siblings but my parents were content with just having my brother and I! I can’t ever imagine our family being complete, but Brian and I will most likely have 4 kiddos 🙂

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  10. Haha I can totally relate in trying to mirror the type of household you grow up in only Alec and I are a little opposite.Alec is one of 2 children from his parents,both his mom and dad are one of two children so he has a total of 2 aunts and 2 uncles.My parents on the other hand came from households with many many children so when it was time to start a family of their own they stopped @ 3.Alec and I agree on just 2 children mainly because of our families,but that of course may change once this little one gets here.

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