||[Apr. 15th, 2016|08:18 pm]
The Question Club
Are there any interests/preferences/traits/practices etc that you've carried with you from a past relationship?|
For example, I always loved pickles, and I would just eat Vlasic because that is what my parents kept in the house when I was growing up. I could eat an entire jar in a sitting. My ex boyfriend insisted Claussen pickles are the best, and he's right. It's been almost 8 years since we've been together, but I still only buy Claussen, because it's difficult for me to truly enjoy/quench my cravings for pickles with anything but Claussen brand!
Also, my most recent ex (still over 4 years ago) used to practice breathing exercises, and I do those often.
If you have young children, can you recall something funny or cute they've said recently?
Yesterday while I was walking my 3 1/2 yr old son into day care, he stepped over all of the 'cracks' in the floor and said "I'm steppin over the cracks so me not break your back." It was so sweet, because normally he steps on all of the cracks so he can watch me grimace!
I have an older generation Kindle that broke years ago. I've since received a new one. My babysitter did some investigation work on my old one, and found that the screen is cracked, but it was the screen underneath the e-ink screen. As it turns out, the exact same thing happened to hers (which brought up my broken Kindle) so she knows exactly how to repair it. She is repairing it for me, since it's a very inexpensive and easy fix. I want to give it to someone I know will truly enjoy it and use it, but I feel like I know whether the people close to me will actually use it or not, and they won't. How can I find my Kindle a good home (for free), where it will be used to it's full potential?!