Monday, May 2, 2011

It's All About Me(me)

Deb Bryan at The Monster in Your Closet (a great blog!) tagged me for this meme. Here we go!

If you could go back in time and relive one moment, what would it be?
I would relive those very first moments in the hospital when I finally held my children in my arms.

If you could go back in time and change one thing, what would it be?
I used to tell people that I had no regrets, but if I'm being honest with myself, I do. However, I would never change anything. If I did, I wouldn't be here now, happy with my children and my husband and a life that I love.

What movie/TV character do you most resemble in personality?
Felicity Porter from Felicity. We're both women who do a lot of living in our heads; we analyze everything, maybe to a fault. In the show, Felicity begins as a shy, naive college freshman who, through her years at school, grows to become an outspoken, mature woman. I like to think I followed a similar path when I did my undergraduate and graduate degrees.

If you could push one person off a cliff and get away with it, who would it be?
I'm the kind of person who finds $10 in a parking lot and then puts it in the church collection plate because she feels guilty for having it and sad for the person who dropped it. (True story.) I couldn't push anyone off a cliff, but if I'm forced to answer, there was this one girl who made my life hell in elementary school...

Name one habit you want to change in yourself.
I wish I didn't have such a short temper. I get angry so easily.

Describe yourself in one word.

Describe the person who named you in this meme in one word.

Why do you blog? Answer in one sentence.
I blog because I have things to say that I don't always feel comfortable saying out loud.

Name at least 3 people to send this meme to, and then inform them.
Tara Tyler


  1. <3

    I love and so relate to your first answer. I love, too, what your answer to the push-cliff question says about you!

  2. Nice, Dana. By the way, I dropped ten dollars in the parking lot, have you seen it? :)

  3. thank you for tagging me. :) I'll post it this weekend on my blog.

    oh you're an angel, especially next to what my answer will be to the cliff question lol

  4. Deb: Thanks. Finally being able to hold my babies -- indescribable!

    Monica: LOL

    Carolyn: You're welcome, Carolyn. I'm looking forward to your responses!

  5. thanks, girl! I will work on this and put it out this week. and your answers are great =)

  6. Your first answer is mine too, although we couldn't hold our baby right after he was born. Watching him through the glass of the infant care center was magical though.

  7. Tara: Thanks! Looking forward to your responses.

    Scott: Aw, I can't even imagine how hard that must have been.

    My first was born by C-section, and the doctors kept him away from me for what felt like forever. I thought I would go crazy. My second was a VBAC, and I was able to hold her so much faster.

    No matter what, being able to see our babies for that first time is magical, as you say. :)