- Will my children have the same obsession with cleanliness as I do? I'd be very proud of my children if they started stuffing wet wipes and Shout! Wipes in their pockets at the age of 2. Will they insist on bathing at least twice a day. I can only hope.
- Once, one of my friends jokingly said my son will get beat up by the way I dress him. I don't understand this. I'm going to buy all his clothes from BabyGap. Justin Bieber shops at babyGap and nobody wants to beat him up.
- Hopefully, my children get their athletic traits from their mother. I'm fairly sure she will be more athletic than me.
- Will my children have the same taste palate as I? I might have to start eating foods I hate to set a good example
- If I legally change my name due to my acting career, will my children follow my lead? I would hope so. Emilio Estevez's career is sputtering, while Charlie Sheen is all over the news.
- How protective of my daughter will I be? Will I become an NRA convert and bear my firearms to protect her?
- When am I going to meet my children's mother?
- If anything, I hope I follow the lead of my Father in Heaven.
I wonder what type of father I will be and imagine what my kids will be like. I'm probably thinking a little too far ahead, since I don't see myself tying the knot in the near future. One thing I have decided is that I definitely want to have children. Who knows, maybe I will adopt if I don't get married within a few years.
Somebody please teach me these moves. You have to watch the entire video to appreciate the dancing.
Public transportation is an efficient way to get from point A to point B, but that's not what I like most about it. Living in Kansas, I travel with strangers only on rare occasions. While traveling on public transportation, traveling with strangers is the norm.
While riding the "L" in Chicago, I interacted with a great variety of people. There were a few people I tried to avoid interacting with.
I have a confession to make. I'm an addict. I'm addicted to the deals Groupon.com, LivingSocial.com and Tulsa Food Deals offer. On the way back to the airport, I met a girl who said her roommate worked for Groupon. To me, it felt like she lived with a rock star. (The funny thing is she thought I was a rock star when I told her I worked for Amazon.com)
I've bought in on deals that you would expect somebody to purchase; deals for restaurants, sporting events, Old Navy, RedBox, NuttyGuys.com, Bath & Body Works (don't judge!) and Fandango.
Then there's the not so conventional deals...
RiverWalk Dental Spa: This is the the deal I broke the ice on. I bought in on a deal for Zoom! Whitening at this place. That's not big in itself. My relationship grew with this dental office, and they offered me a $1000 discount for my eventual Invisalign treatment. I don't know how many other people can say they found their dentist on Groupon. I drive 90 miles to their office, but it's worth it to not "feel" like I'm seeing the dentist. It is "dental spa" after all.
Strictly Ballroom Dance Studio: For the past year or so, I've been telling myself I need to learn how to dance. I'll be getting three half-hour private lessons, one group lesson, and a studio party. It includes me and a partner. I still need to find a partner. It can be kind of awkward to ask a female friend to travel with you an hour (1 night each week for 3 weeks) so she can engage in an activity which requires physical contact with you. I'll get it done.
To top everything off, I found the best website for Groupon addicts; Grouspawn. It's for couples who used a Groupon on their first date, or individuals who want to use Groupon on their first date. Unfortunately, Grouspan does not provide service for the Southeast Kansas/Northeast Oklahoma area.
Are you addicted to a deal site? What is an odd deal you purchased through a deal site?
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