Today is Monday so I guess it's time to talk about me! :)
1. My favorite color is blue. Due to that, I must have blue everything. Blue phone case, blue mouse, blue bed sheets, blue blanket, blue netbook, blue you name it. I even went all the way to Lowe's for my teacher tool box because I wanted the blue one and Home Depot (which is much closer) doesn't sell them! My next big money spender will be buying a new car. Can you guess what color it has to be? Yep, blue! :)
|This picture is 2 years old but the only one I can find of all three of us!|
4. I used to have a pet rabbit when I was in high school. He was a big chubby white rabbit named Snowy and VERY smart. We would let him out in the corner of our backyard using a board to keep him from escaping but somehow he always managed to find a way out. Then he proceeded to dig a hole under our back porch allowing him access to the outside world (we have a walking trail behind our house). He would go on his adventure for a day or two and would ALWAYS come home on his own. Of course, once he is spotted in our backyard, I would have to catch him and put him back in his cage. And the cycle would continue. No matter how many times he escaped from his little "playpen" to venture the outside world (which was very often), he would always come home.
|Don't have a picture of Snowy but this is basically what he looked like.|
The dogs I want..
7. Speaking of names. I love my name. Pam Wu (let's ignore the June for now). Nice and short. Especially my last name. I don't think I would change it if I got married.
8. I don't want kids. Is that weird? Everyone gives me a weird look when I say that. Yes, I know I'm a teacher and I love kids. But I don't love kids 24/7. If I spend my day with kids, then I want to go home to no kids. But of course, my dad doesn't believe me. He says it will happen eventually, especially when I get married. Who knows. He may be right. But as of now, I still stand by my "no kids" statement.
9. Not married, but have been with my boyfriend for three years now. We were in a long distance relationship for the first year while I was in grad school (~6 hour drive). We are closer now but still have an hour's drive between us. Sometimes it sucks, but most of the time it's okay. We just take turns visiting each other. Plus, he lives close to my parent's place so I just stay with them during my weekend back.
|Did I tell you he's also a private pilot?|
|Bride-to-be is the one sitting in the middle.|
Now it's off to the classroom for some work and then head home to read about all the other wonder teacher bloggers out there!