Wednesday, February 01, 2006

My 7x7's

I've been tagged by Anthony Huber and told him I'd give it a go, so here's my 7x7's:

7 Things I’d like to do before I die:
Get married
Go skydiving
Publish one of the books that I’ve written
Act in at least one movie
Go to the bottom of the ocean and see the Titanic in real life.
Learn to drive!

7 things that I cannot do well:

Play Volleyball
Play any sport for that matter (well, except Kickball and baseball…ahem…excuse me, softball)
Stop talking for 5 minutes
Not laugh at corny jokes
Sleep without my stuffed panda bear
Read a book slowly
Read the bass clef

7 Favorite Movies

Sense and Sensibility
Lord of the Rings 1, 2 and 3
Wives and Daughters
The Chronicles of Narnia (the new one)
Pride and Prejudice (the new one)

7 Things that I say often

Very funny!
Light bulb!
No joke
No offense
I’m not kidding

7 Things that I’d like in a Husband

Loves the Lord
Has a good sense of humor
Enjoys dancing
Enjoys conversation
Is hospitable
Likes to travel…with me, of course.
Owns a silver PT Cruiser....that's not a must, of course, but it would be nice. :)

7 Favorite Books and Authors

The Bible
A Journey of Souls by C.D Baker
Dragons in Our Midst Series by Bryan Davis
ANYTHING by Alexandre Dumas
The Scarlet Pimpernel Series by Baroness Orczy
The Giver by Lois Lowry (and the companion, Gathering Blue)
The Prydain Chronicles by Lloyd Alexander

7 People I tag are:

Esther H.
Joshua H.
Clara Duke
Isaiah H.
Christa McDonald
Hannah T-Way
Abigail A. (from church!!!)

There we go. I did it. Oh, and for those I tagged, if you don’t have a blog, then just post it as a comment. And you don’t have to if you’d rather not. It’s alright!


Anthony said...

Good job Jessica!
I like the idea of going to see the Titanic :)

Jessica McDonald said...

Thanks, Anthony!
Oh, do you want to come along? :D

Saoirse_lily said...


Hello...I came across your blog a couple days ago and have been skimming it and enjoying reading and seeing all the pictures of your family and friends. I do have a question though...where do you and your sisters find your clothes, especially your long skirts? I know from experience that it can be quite hard to find un-frumpy-looking modest clothing, but you and your sisters' clothes fit into that any suggestions you have would be great! Thank you and have a glorious day!

~Another Jessica

Jessica McDonald said...

hmmm...well, we actually go to a lot of places and just DIG! :D But I know of a couple of stores that have a bit more than most: (we find a lot of cute shirts there!)
Also, you could try a google search on "modest clothing" and I bet you could find a lot!
I know what you mean by "frumpy"! I like to find clothing that are cute and stylish, but modest as well!! :D I hope those websites help a bit. I've also found that the store itself tends to have more than their websites. So you might want to try that too. If you want any other links, you can email me at
God bless!

Saoirse_lily said...


Thanks for getting back to me so quickly! I've tried most of those stores (though I've never heard of Foleys), but they never seem to have LONG least ones without slits up to you usually find skirts at those stores? Sorry to keep bugging you about's just rather rare for me to find other girls who dress modestly-yet-unfrumpily (not a word!) so sometimes I need to pick their brains when I do find them! Thanks again for the help! Have a great day!

The Pookie said...

hey jessica! I didn't know you had a blog! Here's
I got your letter...yes, it was good to see you at the conference! We should be at the summer one...hope to see you there!

Brooke Boriack

Jessica McDonald said...

I remembered one of the number one places that we get our skirts:
Some of their stuff is a bit on the exspensive side, but we find a lot of stuff in the clearance section.

Saoirse_lily said...

THANK YOU!! I'll look there...

Kaliste Lovett said...

A great place to find long skirts is Ever heard of them? I love their clothes!

- A girl who understands the need for modest clothing