Alright, I confess, I had to Google Roman Numerals to make sure I got this one right. I was right, but I would have needed help from here on out anyway as I forgot what 50 was represented by. Oh, the things the Internet helps us navigate through.
We got a phone call from Mikayla's pre-school that the water main had burst - no school for her today. Alright, not too many plans to change which is good. However, I was up until midnight, and then she had me up since 4:30 - so I think I'm going to have her snuggle with me for a nap as soon as I finish this.
Don't worry, I will get to all of JustMe's (Heather's) wonderful question contributions - but these have been discussed much by John and I this week as it has to do with the Bible Study he's involved with. Wanted to see what your responses would be-
Regarding the 5 Love Languages - as outlined by Gary Smalley, (ACTS OF SERVICE, WORDS OF AFFIRMATION, PHYSICAL TOUCH, QUALITY TIME TOGETHER, GIFTS):
1. What is your top love language?
2. Assuming your love language is what is easiest for you also to give to others, what is your LEAST easiest Love Language to extend to others (or your spouse)?