It's Friday again and Oh Boy if the "work week" had a complaint department...it would be jammed full!
It's time for Mama M's Five Question Friday and this one is all about love! It's a wrap up of her Valentine's Day Carnival. The rules are you must play. O.K. so I added that one, but if you have a blog copy the questions, answer them (cause if you don't it would be really boring!) and then link back up to Mama M.
And away we go...
1. What is the one thing your love does for you that you can't live without?
He makes me question myself. Not in the "Do I buy regular or low fat sour cream" kind of way, but on the really important stuff. I tend to lean towards the emotional side of making decisions and he is Mr. Logical. He has taught me that there is more than one way to view something and your heart doesn't always make the best decision. He forces me to look at what the different impacts of a choice will be and gives me lots of headaches when he makes me create a list of different outcomes based on multiple variables. I know that in the event something should happen to him, he has helped me learn a valuable life skill that will benefit The Scribblers and I.
2. When did you know your love was "the one"?
The night we went to the park to....ahem...discuss life, interests, etc. and we were held hostage by a very angry skunk. One moment we were all googly eyes and holding hands; the next we were ducking behind trees and trying to make it back to the car. It seems skunks have much better night vision than us mere humans and that black fur makes them hard to identify in the dark. We became bonded for life by that traumatic experience and there are many small skunk figurines that adorn our house to remind us of the night we fell in love.
3. Does your love have a special ringtone on your cell?
Nope...spending the extra money for a certain ringtone would not be logical. *Sigh* see question #1
4. What are you attracted to most in your special someone?
His wit. He has got to be one of the funniest people I have ever met. He can take the most basic of situations and make it a 20 minute comedy routine. He keeps me laughing even when sometimes the scenario is bleak and solemn.
5. Did you know when/where he/she was going to pop the big question?
Which time? He popped it multiple times before I actually thought he was serious. The last time, I knew it for sure...now ask him if he actually knew when I was going to say "Yes"