Sunday, October 21, 2012

Sunday Social

1. What do you value most in life?
      My family, my friends, my freedom, and the grace of God.

2. What do you think is the greatest invention of your lifetime and why?
       The internet, the iPod/iPhone/smartphone. Because it changed the way we communicate, allowing us to find information quickly and easily.

3. What do you think is the secret to a good life?
       Being a good person. Good karma will give you a good life in return. Be nice to others, be respectful of others, give/help those in need. You'll feel better about yourself in return, it will give you joy knowing you're a good person.

4. What would you most like to be remembered for when you're gone?
       Being a good person, friend, sister, daughter, and coach. And hopefully wife, mother, aunt, etc. I would like people to remember me as someone who enjoyed life, and always had a good time. Life is good!

5. What accomplish in life are you most proud of?
        Probably being offered a Middle School volleyball coaching job. Aside from the basics of graduating high school, and getting accepted into Kent State University, it's coaching volleyball. My first year as a coach we went undefeated 16-0 and 1st place in the tournament. Second year coaching we had a winning record of 9-7 with a 4th place finish in the tournament.

6. If a movie was made about your life who would you want to play you?
         Linsdey Lohan! hah just kidding. It depends.. cause I love Jen Aniston and Sandra Bullock but they're a little old to play a 22 year old. So I guess I'd say Emma Stone or Dakota Fanning cause I think they're awesome too and they're young enough to play me.

Happy Sunday!!
10 more days till Halloween!
life is good


  1. Just stumbled across your blog! I totally agree that being a good person is the secret to a good life! Congrats on being offered a volleyball coach position and it's even more awesome that you guys were undefeated all season (you must be one great coach!!!) I read one of your other posts and I think you said you do 7th and 8th graders? I teach 5th grade (but most of my kids are 8th grade age), so you must see and hear a lot of crazy stuff too! Haha!

    1. Thank you! And yes, I coach 7th and 8th (well, this year I did 7th technically, but helped with the 8th graders too.) So yes, I hear the craziest things but I love it!


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