Sunday, September 28, 2008

Yekwanaman!

A meme about my hubby.



( I gave my heart to a Marine!)

1. He’s sitting in front of the TV; what is on the screen?
Action movie



2. You’re out to eat; what kind of dressing does he get on his salad?
Ceasar



(Treating indian patients.)


3. What’s one food he doesn’t like?
Strawberry ice cream

4. You go out to the bar. What does he order?
We don’t go to bars…



(At my son's wedding.)


5. Where did he go to high school?
Zanesville, Ohio

6. What size shoe does he wear?
10



(Baby Jessica born weighing only 2.5 lbs.

was one of the many babies delivered by Yekwanaman.)


7. If he was to collect anything, what would it be?
He collects knives and first edition old books.



(Delivering the New Testament, translated into Ye'kwana, to a village)



8. What is his favorite type of sandwich?
Venezuelan pepito





9. What would this person eat every day if he could?
Steak

10. What is his favorite cereal?
Honey Nut Cherrios

11. What would he never wear?

Anything with a NY Yankee emblem!



(Providing dental care for the tribe)



12. What is his favorite sports team?
Boston Red Sox!



(Just chillin')


13. Who will he vote for?
John McCain...or as we say...McPalin!

14. Who is his best friend?
ME! And his children.





15. What is something you do that he wishes you wouldn’t do?
He does not like it when I do more than I should!

16. How many states has he lived in?

9 US states and 3 countries.

17. What is his heritage?
French/English...and third generation marine from Beaufort, S.C.!



(At the beach in Beaufort.)



18. You bake him a cake for his birthday; what kind of cake?
Cheese Cake

19. Did he play sports in high school?
Football in Jr. High and Marching band (trumpet) in High School.



(Baby dedication)



20. What could he spend hours doing?
Reading Greek and Biblical translation.



( Reading the Greek New Testament with youngest grand daughter)


23 comments:

Pam said...

AWW! That was nice! I actually learned a few more things about my brother in law with this meme.

Anonymous said...

Lovely post Rita, is your husband a doctor?What a life the 2 of you share.....wow

Well I am off...my son called to say, my Olga is in labor..I am waiting for the sun to come out to leave for the hospital.

Cheers!

Firepig

Obob said...

that may be one of more romantic things I have ever read. And my wife will tell you I wouldn't know romance if it were on the History Channel

Penless Thoughts said...

This was great, Rita.
Susan

MK said...

Marine ey, nuff said..

Besides you wouldn't want to get on their bad side. :)

Webutante said...

You are most blessed, Rita. So is he.

Yekwana Man said...

I am not sure that I know that guy.
Thank you very much and I love you too!

MightyMom said...

Glad to learn more about your man!

Kopatopie said...

Hah! Reading a greek new testament to his youngest grand-baby? That sounds like something my dad would do!
If he had any.

Brooke said...

Zanesville, eh? That's not too far from me! :)

Subvet said...

Sounds like a real man, even if he does root for the (shudder) Red Sox (spit, sputter, spit).

Barbara H. said...

I enjoyed the answers and the pictures!

The Hermit said...

That's a man with a lot of accomplishments. Though they are all impressive, I'd have to say his family is his greatest achievement.

cube said...

What a nice tribute.

BTW I'm married to a BoSox fan too!!

Betty said...

Very informative. You have a talented spouse! Hopefully we´ll meet some day.

nanc said...

doesn't like strawberry ice cream?

i just knew i could find something wrong with him!

ha!

Findalis said...

You are a very blessed woman to have such a man. I envy you.

Kristi said...

That was great. I loved the pics you put between the questions.

~Kristi

Z said...

I love to hear about married people still in love.....

JM.......fantastic post! You've got yourself SOME guy! You're both lucky.

IS he a doctor/dentist, ??? Or just good training in all!? xxx

Jungle Mom said...

Firepig and Z,
We both received training at Missionary Medical Intensive. This supplies the missionary who will be living in an area without medical service, the equivalent to the EMT training along with a midwifery course and dental training. we then worked in accord with the Venezuelan Ministry of Health and set up the dispensary and other medical endeavors including malaria control and treatment.

Pen of Jen said...

I love to find others that LOVE their husbands...as it is not so common anymore:)

Cheesecake...Bill too!Oh and I am from NW Ohio!!!

May you celebrate many more happy/ steadfast times together!
Jennifer

fun meme

Mustang said...

Semper Fi ... Marine Family!

Mountain Mama said...

This is a beautiful post laced with respect and love. You are both blessed to have one another.