anniversary week: points to ponder


B is for Bagley...and Beatnik//Family New Years Eve Party 2009
This week is anniversary week as the 24th marks 2 years since our wedding in San Diego.
As such, I have been reading old journal entries and looking at old dating pictures to get into the spirit of things. 
I was lucky enough to come across a very important sheet of paper of an interview I did with my then 7 year old nephew, Anson, when I was considering the idea of marrying Marcus.
I asked him what kinds of things I should think about or ask Marcus before I made my decision. These were his unguided answers, I submit them to you, as I think they are quite important points to ponder should you be in that phase of life now or in the future:

  1. How handsome is he?
  2. What day will it be on? Month? Year?
  3. Has he made any movies? Any books?
  4. Is he playful? Playing with children—making them laugh?
  5. Is he helpful?
  6. Nice or mean?
  7. Does he like to cook?
  8. What kinds of foods does he like?
  9. Places he likes to go: restaurants, hotels, vacations?
  10. How much babies does he think we should have?
  11. Will he ever shave his head?
  12. Any broken body parts?
His answers were sufficient and so the decision was made.

  It has worked out well thus far.


Kirsten Wiemer said...

love these questions, seriously. what a cutie. in honor of your anniversary i read through all of your love stories, etc. adorable. seriously.

Kathleen Carter said...

Love the question will he ever shave his head? Funny what kids think of! :)

Lizzy said...

Anson is awesome. My favorite - how "much" babies does he think we should have?

Kels said...

Hahaha! I am still laughing after reading those questions.

Irene Navajas said...

oh kids! i guess actors and writers are quite interesting! :D

Haley Barnes said...

Haha I love this list. Thanks for sharing!!

Cassandra Nafziger said...

Cracks me up!

brittany lewis said...

happy anniversary week! great list haha.

Sara Allen said...

I can not stop laughing. I love it! Anson is so insightful.

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