I can't believe my baby turns 15 this week!
Time keeps flying by and he is making me feel older and older.
I asked Walker if he wanted to do his birthday interview this year, and he said yes. He is definitely a teenager and had trouble getting past the one word answers, but I will take all the teenage conversations I can get. He may not let me do this next year...
If you missed previous interviews...
Now that you are getting ready to enter high school, do you have any idea where you want to go to college?
What do you want to study in college?
How to be a helicopter pilot.
What do you like to do in your free time...after homework and chores?
Ride 4-wheelers, play with Nash (our German Shepherd) water skiing, and trap shooting
What is your favorite TV show?
I don’t know…we haven’t watched TV in a long time.
What is something I always say to you?
"Do you History and practice the piano”
What makes you happy?
Being able to learn how to run more of the hay equipment.
What do you do when Mom and Dad aren't around?
Do whatever Mom and Dad say to do.
If we lost everything we owned today but could keep three things, what would you pick and why?
1. My truck, so I can go places.
2. My gun, so I can protect myself
3. My money, so I can buy more ammo and gas
Of all the things you're learning, what do you think will be the most useful as an adult?
How to drive.
What is your greatest strength?
I’m a good salesman.
What is your greatest weakness?
What product would you stockpile if you found out it wasn't going to be sold any more?
Guns and ammo.
If you could set one rule for the family that we all have to follow, what would it be?
Not to yell at me for anything I do wrong.
What is your favorite childhood memory and why?
The first time I ever drove a 4-wheeler
Would you rather eat cake or ice cream?
If you could go anywhere, where would you go?
What are you most excited for in this next year?
Getting my temps.
Life is changing at lightning speed and Walker is growing up just as fast. He has matured so much this past year and really found his groove.
He is most comfortable at home, so the corona virus has been good for him. A slower pace, Mom and Dad at home, online schooling and he has just soared.
This summer looks much different for us, but already, I have watched Walker just being a boy.
We may not actually be baling hay on your birthday...but we will be baling hay when we celebrate your birthday. It wouldn't be your birthday without hay.
Happy Birthday Walker!
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Hello! I am Heather... the city girl turned mom to manure loving country boys. My husband and I both grew up in the city, but spent weekends visiting grandparents in the country. We are first generation farmers who learn best by almost always doing things the hard way. I hope you enjoy following along with our adventures down on the farm.