Monday Mingle: 25 June 2012

Monday Mingle

Need a fun and quick meme for your blog on Mondays? Monday Mingle as hosted by Eighty MPH Mom is a meme that asks bloggers to answer three questions each Monday. The questions for this week focus on landmarks, recurring dreams, and cell phones.

The Questions

  1. What landmark would you most like to visit?
  2. Do you have recurring dreams?
  3. What kind of cell phone do you have? Do you like it?

My Answers

  1. The landmark that I would most like to visit is Boston. I have never been to the Northeast before, and I really want to go to New England sometime. If I ever do get the chance, I want to go to Boston to visit all of the historic places. Hopefully sometime in the near future, my husband and I will get to take our daughter to New England and Boston. Perhaps we can even recreate some of the scenes from National Treasure. Because life is a movie, right?!
  2. I have quite a few dreams that reoccur in the same location. Many times I dream about my grandparent’s old farmhouse. In fact, my grandparent’s old farmhouse is probably the place that I dream about the most. This farmhouse was huge and beautiful. Sadly, it has since been torn down. However, I can keep dreaming, no?!
  3. I have an iPhone that I absolutely love. To be honest, I could not function without my iPhone anymore. I use my phone to make calls and send texts. But I also use my phone to check my email, get on Facebook and Twitter, upload photos to Flickr, play games, track my weight, and much, much more. I am not sure that I could ever switch to another phone.

Make sure to link your Monday Mingle post up at Eighty MPH Mom. Happy mingling!

Heather Johnson

Heather Johnson is a mother, wife, writer, librarian, and linguist. She earned a BA in English studies with a minor in creative writing from Illinois State University in May 2007, an MS in library and information science from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in May 2009, and an MS in English studies with an emphasis in linguistics at Illinois State University in December 2011.

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