Monday, May 14, 2012

Family History: Part 3

Growing Up: The Teenage Years (High School)

What activities did you participate in?
When I was in middle school I played softball. I played for all four years and I sucked. I could catch a ball just fine, I could also hit a ball just fine. During practice. When it came time to play for real I got stage fright. Which is weird because I wouldn't consider myself a really shy person. But maybe at that time. I also didn't really have many friends on the team. I mean we were all friendly, but I wasn't friends with them outside of the team, so maybe that affected it. I am pretty sure my team hated when it was my turn to bat because they knew I would either walk or strike out. They cheered when I got hit. HAHA. Whatever. So I sucked at softball.

I danced a lot too. I started tap dancing as soon as I could. I think I was three and continued until age like 14 or something? I wish I would have continued doing it. There are a couple reasons why I stopped. One. Was my main best friends didn't dance and I didn't really feel like I fit in with the girls that I did dance with, and the other was money. Dance costs a lot of money especially to go far in dance. Even through school it is a lot of money. I also got a job right when I was sixteen. Looking back though I wish I would have tried different dance studios when I got older to see if I fit in at another place. My dance studio had a lot of cliques. I also wish that I would have continued doing it despite the money. I think that my parents would have supported me if it was something that I really wanted to do. I think that having a job when you are young is important, but I also think that doing what you love while you can is important.

How did you learn to drive? What cars did you drive?
Mostly my dad taught me. The first time I drove a car was in when we were visitng my Grandparents in Rangely, CO. We were on part of a dirt road after going on a family drive and my dad just asked if I wanted to drive. I did pretty good. Except for at the stop sign I got confused betweent he break and gas pedal and screetched forward. HAHA. Oops. My mom taught me too, they just took turns. I kind of feel like driving is self explanitory and doesn't take a lot of "teaching." I never learned how to drive a stick shift very well. My best friend Jerrica had a really old car and she taught me how, but since I didn't need to know how to do it I forgot.

I drove my mom's green van and my dad's truck for awhile. I mean those were the vehicles I practiced on. So I turned 16 in August and got a job in October. My job was in Provo (at JCPenney) and my parents didn't really want to drive that far all the time so they got me a car. So awesome. I really felt lucky. The deal was that I still had to keep my grades up because I needed to qualify for the "good student" discount and they would let me drive it as my own. It is a 92' Geo Prizm in red. We still have it. Just recently in fact we hit the 200,000 mile mark. Mostly Anthony drives it because it is a little finicky and sometimes doesn't want to start. Other than that it has been an awesome car. I have had to replace the windshiel so many times I have lost count. Once on my way to work my car stopped working on the freeway, something happened with the timing belt. I never have been into a serious accident. I did rear end a girl once on the way to school, but it was totally her fault and she admitted it and that was that. Oh and for like first couple months I kept getting backed into. Once was in the McDonalds parking lot. Anthony was with me and he yelled at the girl while I stayed in the car. The other time was in the Del Taco drive thru. Some idiot lady back right up into me.

Who were your friends?
I think I pretty much answered this in the previous post. For the most part I hung out with Jerrica, Jackie and Shayla in the first part of highschool and Josh and Trevor (as well as Shayla and Anthony)during the last part of highschool. I would say that I am the type of person who has a lot of accquaintences and a few really good friends rather than a person who just has a lot of friends. I have always been like that. When I am friends with someone I am friends with them forever. I am extremely loyal and have a hard time when people don't return the favor. I am also a needy friend, and I know that. I'm working on it.

Did you have a boyfriend/girlfriend?
I have talked about it before but for the most part it was Anthony. Although we didn't consider ourselves dating at the time we basically were. I met him late in my sophomore year of high school and hung out all the time. He left on his mission in March of my junior year of high school. While he was gone I dated a little, but mostly I just hung out. I tried really hard to enjoy what I had left of high school. He came back while I was in college.

What did you like/dislike about school?
I really enjoyed school (still do). I was pretty good at it, I didn't have trouble getting good grades. I was not one of those who just had to have those straight A's, but I did rather well. I really enjoyed history, english, psychology and social dance. The reason I liked those classes was either because of the subject and the teacher was awesome or because of social reasons. Josh, Trevor and I had social dance together and it was so awesome. We had so much fun toghether. I hated Math, and there were also a few people I disliked. The people were more of a problem when I was younger. When I got older I cared less about what other people thought and just had fun.

First Paid Job?
I started babysitting when I was 12. I babysat almost every weekend up until the age of 16 and I had to get a real job. HAHA. My parents basically told me that I needed to get a job to pay for my cell phone. So I did. I applied one day, interviewed and got the job the next. I worked at JCPenney when I was 16 til just recently. I worked everywhere. Window Coverings, Home Dept. Receptionist, and finally the Children's Dept. Supervisor.

Wednesday, May 9, 2012

My Life: Family History Pt. 2

Growing Up: The Early Years

Where did you grow up? Describe it?
I have lived in Spanish Fork my entire life, until now. When I was born my parents lived in small house near the Spanish Fork Jr. High, but I only lived there until I was three or four. So any memories I have of there come from seeing pictures.
The house my parents live in now is where I grew up.

That is not a very good picture, haha. But it is the only one I could find. My parents house is on the left. There are five bedrooms, three bathrooms, two living rooms.

What was your earliest memory?
I remember when the house was being built and playing in the big piles of dirt with Garrett. When it was first built my parents didn't have the basement finished. So Garrett and had our bedrooms upstairs. Then when Matthew was born in 1998 we had to share a room (ugh) while the basement was being finished. Sharing a bedroom with Garrett wasn't so bad, at least I don't remember it being that bad. We didn't really hang out in there that often. We also had bunkbeds and we would trade off who slept on the bottom and who slept on the top. That was also the time that Garrett and I got hamsters. I dont think they lived very long. They would escape their cage and then eat the carpet and then it would kill them. It was horrible and I think my parents regretted it the moment we brought them home.

What games did you play as a child?
Hmm. Well one year for Christmas we got this thing called a Pico. It was a game console type thing. Except it wasn't like playing video games because it was more learning oriented. It hooked up to the tv and you had these books that plugged into it based on different things. I think we had a Mickey Mouse one, Bernstein Bears, etc.

Then when I was in second grade Garrett got a Nintendo 64 for his birthday. We only had two games for the longest time. Diddy Kong Racing and Yoshi Story. I played for a long time, but later on I lost interest and it became mostly Garrett's think.

We got a trampoline when I was in second grade too. We did that a lot. We would make up games and put the sprinkler under the tramp. In fifth grade is when scooters became really popular. I had a blue Razor and Garrett and I would ride them all the time. We played outside a lot as a family. My parents would sit on the porch and watch us. Garrett usually on his skateboard, me on my scooter and Matthew had this firetruck thing that he would race down the driveway.

Where did you go to School?
For Kindegarten through 5th grade I attended Larsen Elementary. It is right by my parents house.

(This is a not so great picture of my school)

For 6th and 7th Grade I attended Spanish Fork Middle School (Now it is called Diamond Fork Jr. High). I couldn't find a very good picture but it was also pretty close to my parents house. It was kinda on a busy street though.

For 8th and 9th Grade I attended Spanish Fork Jr. High. (Spanish Fork has since gotten bigger so they have changed the way it is divided up. Now instead Elementary School is K-6, then Jr. High 7-9 and Highschool is 10-12)

For 10th-12th Grade I attended Spanish Fork High School. That was pretty far from my parents house, but close enough that they didn't provide a bus. (Not that I would have rode it anyways) I got rides to school from my mom and my friend Jerrica until I could drive myself).

Who Were Your Friends?
Jerrica and I lived a house a part and we pretty much grew up together. The only problem was that she was two years older than me and we weren't in the same grades. We were really good friends up until about 10th grade. We kinda just grew apart I guess

I kinda had a lot of trouble with friends growing up. I always felt left out because I didn't grow up with the rest of them the way the others did. But for the most part I hung out with Andrea Myrup, Kearsten George, and Kylee McDonald. We all lived really close and Kearsten and Andrea and I had a lot of classes together and we were in the same church classes. I hung out with them pretty much through middle school.

When Jr. High came I had sort of an identity crisis or something. I didn't really fit in with those friends anymore. I hung out with Tana Clarke, Mary Jacobsen, Melissa Fifita, Whitney Maughan, and some others. It was pretty temporary. Those group of girls had pretty much grown up together so I never really felt like I fit in. Then in ninth grade I became some sort of drama geek or whatever. They were all really nice and I never felt really left out. I hung out with Tristen Houghton the most though.

In highschool Jerrica and I were finally in the same school. So that was much better. I hung out with her and Shayla throughout Jr. High too but because we werent in the same school it made things a little harder. We hung out toghether all throughout 10th grade with Jackie too. Then things started to change and we weren't friends anymore. I still hung out with Jackie and Shayla though.

Jackie Beardall, Ryan Bernall, Me, Jerrica Olson, and Shayla Sperry

We only got one year of school together though... After that I pretty much still hung out with Shayla and Anthony. Later on though I started hanging out with Trevor and Josh. We had always been friends. We all had known each other since elementary school, but we never really hung out. I hung out with them through my senior year and we still hang out. They really made my last year at school so much fun. We went on a senior trip to Catalina and Mexico on a cruise it was so fun.
Me, Trevor Carter, Kylie DeBrine, Josh Butler, Shantel Carter

Who were your favorite teachers and why?
Let's see in Elementary School it would have to be my fifth grade teacher Mr. Teuscher. He was so much fun. We would do pranks and stuff to other classes. I still see him all the time and he still remembers me. He also taught my little brother Matthew.

I don't really remember too many teachers in middle school...

In Jr. High my favorite teacher was Mr. Hubbard. He was so awesome and funny. I actually interned with him while I was in high school. He taught me so much.

I also really liked Ms. Farmer. I had her twice for English. She was an awesome teacher too. I really think she is one of the reasons that I chose to get into English as a profession.

In Highschool I really like Mr. Bundy he taught U.S. History, and I liked Mr. McGuire a lot, I had him twice, once for World Civilzations and U.S. Government.

What were your chores?
My parents honestly weren't very strict on chores. I had them, but it wasn't a lot. I helped out with cleaning the bathroom, loading and unloading the dishwasher and I would have to vacuum the upstairs and ofcourse my room. I sometimes did poop duty outside, but later my brothers mostly did that. My dad had my brothers do most of the yardwork. My dad was always really the one who made us do stuff. In the summer he would call home from work to make sure that we actually did something haha. Once I got a job I didn't have as many jobs.

Tuesday, May 8, 2012

My Life: Family History

Your Birth & Family: What is your full name and how did you get it? Do you have any nicknames? Christene LaChell (Choate) Edenfield. My mom just always liked the name Christene even before she was married. She changed the spelling to reflect her and her mother's name... Larene and Merlene. I hope I can come up with a name I like that has that same spelling. As for my middle name I'm not really sure. I think it just sounded good with my first name. I was always pretty adamant about the spelling, making sure that the C was capitalized. I think I liked that it was unique.

What are your parents full names, birth dates and places?
Steven Learon Choate born March 4, 1961 in Payson, Utah?
Larene Kay (Webb) Choate born November 1, 1963 in Kimball, Nebraska. (I think, I should double check)

What is the date of your birth? Where were you born? What are some of the circumstances of your birth?
August 9, 1990 in Payson, Utah. I am pretty sure I was early because my parents were taking a birthing class and their class took a tour of the hospital and they saw my parents. I can't remember if I was already born or not. I also remember my mom saying she was a little nervous and she had a mean nurse who said, "there will be no yelling." I also think my mom gave birth naturally? I could be making this up. This question is kinda weird because these are not actually my memories, just stuff I remember my parents saying, but yet it's all about me.

Sibling full names & birth dates?
Garrett Steven Choate September 19, 1992 (My mom also really liked this name for a long time before she got married. He is also obviously named after my dad)

Matthew Learon Choate March 4, 1998 (Same birthday as my dad. Also named from the bible as suggested by my Grandpa Jerry and named after my dad and his dad. I remember a lot from Matthew being born. I remember being at my friend Jerrica's house for her birthday (because oddly enough she also had the same birthday) and having to go back over there to stay the night because my mom was going to have Matthew. I think I also requested to stay there rather than stay at my other Grandparents house (that is where Garrett stayed) I also remember her being scared, she had complications and was on bed rest for most of her pregnancy. I also remember that day was the science fair at school and my dad and my Grandma Merlene peeked through the window in my class room door and waved. I remember seeing Matthew for the first time and seeing his pricked feet and the scar that formed there. I also remember that my Grandma took Garrett and I to Artic Circle to get us out of the house. She also bought be a Barbie.)

What is your relationship like with your siblings?
Garrett: Growing up (as if I am an adult now, haha) we fought a lot. We were so different and he used to annoy me o bad. I remember wrestling with Garrett for fun (our dad taught us that) and we would roll around the floor smacking our heads into the walls (we have big hard heads in our family), you can still see some of the dents in the walls. One time we made sock bombs (where you roll up one sock and put it into another) and smacked each other with them all night. Even my dad played. The funny thing is as I think about our relationship I know that we fought and boy did we fight a lot but I can't really remember any instances other than the time that my mom told me to just ignore Garrett and he would leave me alone and he decided to test my patience and he sat in top of me and poked my eyes and really I did try to ignore him, but I couldn't take it any longer and I through him off of me and he hit the table. Oops. Oh and there was this one time where we went through this phase where we would scare each other on this day it was intense. I went downstairs and as I was coming up I heard Garrett say he was going to scare me as I was coming up the stairs. I waited for a long time and finally jumped out and scared him. I scared him so bad that he fell down and started to cry, my dad tried to reprimand me, but ended up laughing. It was pretty funny. I also remember putting on silky docks and "skating" around the kitchen as if we were ice skaters, being spies and spying on our parents while they were watching tv, making up spells after seeing Harry Potter for the first time and watching Pokemon in the morning while we ate our breakfast before school. Now our relationship is more adult. I try and talk to him a lot and give him advice. Since I'm so smart, haha. Garrett is more timid and soft hearted and I am not, I think that is why we struggled so much when we were younger. All he wanted was to hang out with someone and all I wanted was to be alone. *this doesn't really fit in right here, but I have to add it. One time I caught him trying to read my diary, haha. I had one of the password journals and he tried to break in. Not that I had anything juicy or secretive for him to read. Garrett has grown up so much, he makes me feel old. He looks like a man now, not a little boy.

Matthew: I was eight when he was born. I remember feeling an intense level of responsibility for him even at a young age. I was his second mom. When we were little we had to go to the baby sitters twice a week, I remember Matthew waiting for me to get off of school. He hated the baby sitters and he would cling to me as soon as I got there. I also remember feeling guilty leaving him when I would go to friends houses instead of go to the baby sitter. When I got older I was the baby sitter in the summer and I would just hang out with him all day. We would make Garrett go to a friends since he bugged us, haha. I used to do crafts and paint Matthews face with my moms make up. When he got older he and Garrett started to fight a lot I was always the in between, but mostly protecting Matthew. One time Matthew got Garrett really mad and I had to hold him back to keep him from hurting Matthew, but then Matthew sucker punched Garrett right in the face and then ran upstairs to his bedroom and slammed the door (Matthew slammed doors a lot, he was rather moody as a kid). As Matthew got older I relationship changed a little, he got more annoying. My parents sided with him a lot even when it wasn't right. P.s. my parents are both the youngest in their families. No wonder they felt more sympathy towards him. I think our relationship changed because I was a girl, he started to want to hang out with Garrett more rather than me. Now our relationship is still pretty close, he made me cry at my wedding. More if that guilt for leaving him again. Matthew makes me laugh all the time, I think he takes after me a lot as well. He has dome of the same tendencies as I do.

What is your relationship like with your parents growing up?
I would like to think I didn't cause my parents too much grief but alas I know I was not an angel. I think a lot of my "angst" stemmed from the amount of responsibility they placed on me. I was the oldest and they also pushed me really hard in school. I was expected to get high grades whereas Garrett didn't have those expectations and I had a hard time with that. They also had me help Garrett and Matthew in school a lot. I always had trouble with friends growing up, I think that worried them, especially my mom. I also had older friends too and friends who's parents didn't care so much where they were or what they did and one times I would get jealous and wish my parents were like that. Now that I am moved out our relationship has changed for the better, because it is more adult. When I was at home my dad would tell me to clean my room a lot, give me the stink eye every time I came home with new clothes, get after me about my cell phone usage and keeping my car clean etc, but now my husband does all of that haha. No but really I think moving out really made me appreciate my parents and I actually look forward to seeing them.

Lessons you learned from your parents?
My dad: Everything I know about working hard I learned from him. My dad is seriously one of the hardest working people I know. My dad used to always say "I want a good job not a fast job." Whenever my house is a mess I always think that my dad would be disappointed. I remember him sweeping and mopping the floor once a week, he would get up before the rest of us and do it. He also knew a lot about cars and took care of them. I admire my dad for being self-sufficient in a lot of ways.

My mom: Taught me compassion and to be conscious of other peoples feelings. I just remember my mom getting after me fir my mean attitude towards Garrett a lot. I was so sarcastic and Garrett didn't interpret it that way. I also remember her telling me to be friends with a girl that lived by that not a lot of people liked or understood. She was always pushing me to be nicer and friendlier.

What are some of your best memories with your parents?
My dad: Let see... I remember getting up at the butt crack of dawn, drinking Ovaltine and going fishing with him and Garrett. I think we were pretty young I had to have been six, seven? I remember him teaching me how to shoot a gun. I also remember when I was like 14 and Garrett was 12 we got shotguns and we took them up to practice shooting. I got reprimanded for having long painted fingernails that would surely break from shooting the gun. Garrett and I fought over who would shoot first because we were both kinda scared of our guns because they kick. I went first and my dad launched the clay pigeon and I fired and I hit it. I will never forget my dads face when I hit it, pure shock. We also used to do this thing where once a month Garrett and I would take turns going with either mom or dad in our own date. My dad and I saw El Dorado and played Star Wars pin ball in the arcade. I also remember my dad getting mad at me for getting another pair of "high heels" when I was in elementary school. My dad used to jump on the trampoline a lot when were younger and we would sleep out there sometimes. I also remember my dad getting me ready for school, I was in first grade. He worked graveyards and my mom worked in the mornings so he had to get me ready for school. I remember the way he would hold my face really tight and then completely mutilate it with other using a wet washrag. I also wore my hair in a wet slicked back pony tail with a barrette on each side because that's all he knew how to do. My mom later taught him how to braid and curl my bangs, needless to say I learned how to do my hair at a really young age.

My mom: I remember a lot of shopping trips. That must be where my live of clothes stems from. Since i was the only girl we would try to get away from the boys and do girly things. I remember especially loving the deer hunt. Not because I woud go because Garrett and my dad leave and later on so did Matthew. We would go out to dinner and a movie, sometimes shopping. I remember they came home early once and I wasSo mad. I remember getting up early in the morning just so I could see her before she had to go to work. I also remember watching soap operas with her, young and the restless, as the world turns, etc. I remember going to get vanilla pepsi's from Glades in the summers. I remember watching her get ready for work and her letting me do my own make up. I think I learned how by age eight? I remember this one time my mom had taken a sleeping pill and she had stayed up to late and it made her a little crazy and she took my drink from me. My whole drink without asking. Ha, she didn't remember. Also this one time when we were staying at my Grandparents in Rangely, CO and my mom and I were picking apples out of their tree. Mostly I was just watching my mom and I was sitting to the side and I noticed something moving and I asked my mom what it was she touched it with her foot and it hissed. She proceeded to run down the hill without me and leave me with the snake, haha. But I got scared and I couldn't move so she ran up and got me. I think that is where my fear of snakes came from.

Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Lisa Leonard Giveaway

So the awesome Little Miss Momma is hosting an awesome giveaway given by Lisa Leonard . Have you guys seen her stuff? Its seriously amazing. Its no wonder that there is over 500 hundred comments over at Little Miss Momma. Everyone wants to win. The best part is though, that even if you don't win you can still get a discount by using the code: littlemissmomma. To get more details on the giveaway go to this link:

These are the things that I would buy if I got the gift card and what I am hoping I will get for Christmas. (I seriously just told Anthony last night about this site and her products).

I cant get the picture to work on my iPad. But here is the link to the one I really want
Key to My Heart

Monday, September 19, 2011

The Plan for the Week

I bought this around Christmas last year. We used it a lot when we worked opposite schedules so we could keep track of who was going to do what, and it made us more accountable for the cleanliness of the house. We have sort of gotten off track during the summer with cleaning the house regularly, so Anthony pulled this thing out. Were going to try and use it more often. Anthony will be gone this weekend, so we wanted to make sure the house will be clean before he leaves. We even wrote down what we are going to do today. I told Anthony it makes you feel more productive when you can actually cross something off the list.

The Plan for the Week: Breakdown.
Anthony: Dishes. Donate Plasma.
Christene: Make Dinner. Fold Whites. Hang Blacks. (that sounds racist). Homework

Anthony: Repelling. Mop and Sweep Kitchen Floor
Christene: School. Pick up Shoes. Pick up Bedroom

Anthony: Donate Plasma. Pick up Living Room. Pick up Craft Room.
Christene: Vacuum. Wash Sheets. Put out Fall Decorations. Homework.

Anthony: Get stuff ready for camping trip
Christene: School. Work.

Anthony: Get ready for camping trip
Christene: PARTY :]

Geez. I hope we do something fun before he goes. This list sounds really boring. But it has to be done!

What are your plans this week? I hope they are more fun than ours.

Sunday, September 18, 2011

Manicure Monday

I thought it would be fun to post a pic of my nails every week.

Maybe, not. But I'm in need of topics to blog about and I love nail polish. I change it at leas once a week. I'll make sure to take a picture every week.

This weeks nail polish is a combination of three colors. I bought them all at Target because they were cheap.

Sinful Colors: Rise and Shine (ring finger)
Sinful Colors: Frenzy (glitter)
NYC: Lincoln Square Garden (color underneath glitter)

I'm sure no one really cares about what colors I'm wearing, but it's kinda fun for me.

Thursday, September 15, 2011

ABC's of Anthony and Christene

A. Age: C-21 A-24
B. Bed Size: Queen (We're currently still sleeping in the same bed :])
C. Chore You Hate: C-Putting away Laundry & Dishes A: Folding Laundry & Doing Dishes (Guess what two things don't get done very often in our house)
D. Dogs: C- I want a Great Dane or Siberian Husky A-Boston Terrier
E. Essential Start to Day: C- Laying around for five or ten minutes. I need a minute to get myself motivated. A- Avoid getting out of bed for as long as possible (not really a morning person).
F. Favorite Color: C- Royal Blue A-Dark Blue
G. Gold or Silver: I'd say were both for silver or white gold, but I do love gold I just don't know how to wear it with my wedding ring.
H. Height: C- 5'2" A 6'2"
I. Instruments You Play: C- Once played the clarinet in 6th grade. A- Can play a few songs on the guitar. I want him to learn more so he can play lullabies for our future kiddos.
J. Jobs: C- Children's Dept. Supervisor at JCPenney. A- Press Operator at USSynthetic.
K. Kids: None yet. Probably not for awhile. Who knows. All we know is not now.
L. Live: Springville, UT
M. Middle Name: C- LaChell A- Lamar
N. Nicknames: C- Babe (Anthony calls me that) and Sister (by my parents). NO ONE calls me Chris or Christy or Chrissy. Its weird. No way am I any of those names. A- I call him Babe. I don't think his family has any nicknames for him...
O. Overnight Hospital Stays: C- When I was a wee little one (I have no idea what it was for) A- None (knock on wood).
P. Pet Peeves: C- When people don't use their blinker. When people smack when they chew. When people chew weird. When people leave their litter around. I could go on. A- When Christene leaves her straightener on. When Christene leaves cereal in the sink. When Christene drops something behind the washer. When Christene leaves a drink in the car and it leaks. When Christene starts collecting basically full water bottles on her night stand. When Christene picks my face.
Q. Quotes: C- "You is kind, you is special, you is important" - Aibileen Clark (The Help) A- We’re never satisfied when it comes to food. "You know what’d be good on this burger? A ham sandwich. Instead of a bun, let’s use two donuts. That way we can have it for breakfast. Look out McGriddle. Here comes the donut-ham-hamburger!" - Jim Gaffigan. I don't really think that is his all time favorite. But we listen to him all the time.
R: Righty or Lefty: C- Righty all the way A- Righty except for he shoots with his left because he has a hard time closing his left eye all the way. (This is true).
S. Siblings: C- Two little brothers, Garrett (19)& Matthew (13) A- Seven Siblings, Sally (25), Calvin (23), Daniel (20), Joe (17), David (13) and Jonie (10) I am not sure on all of Anthony's siblings ages. But I am sure I am close.
T. Time you wake up: C- 8:00 M-Sa(I really try to get up around 7:30, but since I don't really need to I usually don't) A- 6:30 M-F (He seriously gets up 15 minutes before he has to leave the house). If we don't have to wake up to an alarm we sleep in as long as possible. So usually 11:00!
U. University Attended: C- Currently attending Utah Valley University A- Hasn't gotten there yet.
V. Vegetable you hate: C-Beans. I really like any vegetable as long as it didn't come from a can. A- Peppers.
W. What makes you run late: C- Trying to find something to wear. Taking too long to get ready. A- Sleeping in past his alarm or forgetting to set it.
X. X-rays you've had: C- Teeth and Lungs (Pneumonia) A- Teeth, Elbow, Shoulder.
Y. Yummy Foods: C- Home grown tomatoes, steak, corn on cob, sanpete chicken. A- Beans (mainly bean burritos), steak. Its hard to say what Anthony's favorite foods are because he really will eat anything. Except for peppers.
Z. Zoo Animals: C- Zebras and Elephants. Anything Baby. A- I don't know.

Now you know everything you never wanted to know about Anthony and I!