11 January 2009

Husband Meme

I am knew to the meme thing. I actually didn't know what they were until just a short while ago. I searched google and found a blog with a good explanation of what a meme is (in case anyone reading this doesn't know).

So with that in mind, I stole this meme from Juls over at The Clearing. I'm kind of afraid to fill it out, I'm not sure if I can answer all these questions correctly about my hubby. I know my dear husband reads my blog, so, John, if I answered any wrong, correct me please : )


1. He’s sitting in front of the TV: What is on the screen? History or Discovery Channel

2. You’re out to eat. What kind of dressing does he get on his salad? Thousand Island or a Vinaigrette

3. What is one food he doesn’t like? My olive oil/tomato dish : )

4. You go out to the bar. What does he order? Beer, brand depends on where we are.

5. Where did he go to high school? Dundee High School, Dundee, IL

6. What size shoe does he wear? 11

7. If he was to collect anything, what would it be? Guitars, music stuff

8. What is his favorite type of sandwich? Roast Beef, cheese and Miracle Whip

9. What would the Husband eat every day if he could? He wouldn't eat anything everyday, he gets bored with food quickly.

10. What is his favorite cereal? I don't think he has one, he rarely eats breakfast.

11. What would he never wear? Lazy shoes (ha, he knows what I mean : )

12. What is his favorite sports team? Doesn't have one, not that into sports.

13. Who is his best friend? If we're talking guy friends, I guess Egan. I hope I'm his best all around friend.

14. What is something you do that he wishes you wouldn’t do? How about what is something I don't do that he wishes I would? Clean better. Or I suppose just clean, period.

15. How many states has he lived in? I think just one, IL.

16. What is his heritage? Swedish and Polish

17. You bake him a cake for his birthday; what kind? None, he hates cake. I might make him brownies.

18. Did he play sports in high school? No

19. What could he spend hours doing? Playing computer games, playing his guitar, reading blogs.


Stephanie said...

So he must read the comments too :)

My dh reads my blog, he likes it.
I've got nothing to hide :)

Stephanie said...

Is it just oil and tomatoes or is there more to it? I love tomatoes!

DreamCatcher said...

I followed your lead. :)

Just Five Words

Donna said...

The olive oil and tomato thing: When DH and I first moved in together (no we were not married) I wanted to make him a nice dinner. My brother was a chef, so I called him. I was also a vegetarian at the time, so I wanted something meatless. My brother suggested I just make a light homemade pasta sauce. He said all I needed to do was put some olive oil in a pan and throw in a can of tomatoes with their juice and throw in a few seasonings. Well, much easier for a chef to understand that than I. I guess I used a little too much olive oil. It was pretty oily. DH did manage to eat it, and at the time didn't say anything bad about it. but as time wore on, whenever I happen to cook a bad meal, it gets compared to "that oily tomato thing you made". I personally don't remember it being that bad, but to DH I guess it was, LOL.

DreamCatcher said...

Thank you for your continued prayers, Donna. I really should formulate an update for you guys again. :) I hope you have a fabulous 2009!!