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I've been tagged.... NOOOOO!!!

>> Sunday, October 26, 2008

Okay well, it's not that bad, but since I did this one recently I am only posting a link back to the answers I put. Jennifer at Little Green Secrets got me this time. I also agree with Jennifer in the aspect of I need to run away faster from these things, but I needed to post something. See, that wasn't as painful as it could have been... Off to work I go. I will say hi to the lovely butterflies for you all!


Green and Natural Mommy October 28, 2008 at 1:17 PM  


Thanks for playing. It's interesting coming up w/facts about self. I actually had to think because I don't give myself a second thought unless I have to.

I wrote about Bento lunches, love the aesthetics, and am determined to make a few for my children, but I guess I'm too impatient. I've got the "cramming stuff in" down, but I haven't figured out why making it pretty is necessary because it won't look too pretty going down. I do it for company, but haven't done so for family. Hey, if you need something shipped to you, then let me know. That is one addiction that isn't harmful enough for me to be concerned w/supporting.

When I was younger, I used to carry books w/me and read everywhere, even at the dinner table; so much for socializing. Now, I only dream of having time for reading a book. I'm still trying to get through Animal, Vegetable, Miracle and it's not because it's boring. Please find me some time!

Bugs. This city girl living in the country is still working through this. Again, when I was younger, I was trapped in a bathroom because of a spider that was on a wall over the doorway. I stayed in there for at least one hour because I was afraid if I walked slowly through the doorway, then the spider would have time to fall on me and if I ran through, then my vibrations would knock it off of the wall and cause it to fall on me. Yes, God did a great job w/their design, but I don't like little things that crawl. Roaches, never!

I don’t chase after museums, but love the art and history found inside. Creativity is so amazing and learning about the ambitions, quirks, etc. of the artists and how things came about is interesting. Now, give me a bakery and I’m there all of the time.

You should know how I feel about that. Homeschooling is awesome and unpredictable, but always interesting! It is great to learn. Supposedly, it prolongs your life or at least strengthens your brain cells. I wonder. Go read another book and find out.


Mimi October 28, 2008 at 1:41 PM  

@ Jennifer, it was really hard to come up with more facts. I am glad you got a kick out of this...

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