Friday, September 17, 2010

Five Question Friday 9.17.10

Someday I will get back to regular posting, but for now here's a Five Question Friday.

1. What is the first nightmare you remember?  I remember being about 8 years old. I think I had heart burn from the keilbasa we had for dinner.  I remember my stomach hurting really bad and I went and laid in my mom's bed.  I had a really freaky dream about a cemetary and hiding behind the tombstones.

2. Even if you're not a sports fan, what's your favorite sport to play/watch?  I love Baseball.  More so in person, but I will watch it on TV too.

3. If you could pull off one piece of trendy fashion, what would you want it to be (jeggings, hats, thigh high boots, etc.)?  Thigh high boots in my dreams!  Other than that I would love to wear scarves, but I always feel like a dork when I put one on.

4. Did you make good grades in school?  I did.  I was on honor roll all through elementary.  I attended an academic high school where I promptly slacked off and started goofing around.  Let's just say I didn't make honor roll after that.

5. What magazines do you subscribe to?  Rangefinder, Ladies Home Journal, OK, Readers Digest, Southern Living and Maxim.  The only ones I actually subscribed to are Rangefinder and OK.  Not sure how I started getting the other ones.


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Colleen (Shibley Smiles) said...

Seems like we are all a bunch of goody two shoes in school!

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beemii said...

Man I was the same, I was great in elementary but once I got to jr high, I started slacking off....I hate that about myself now......found you on Friday Blog Hop=)

Angela Livingston said...

New Follower from I'm hopping. I love your blog so I added your button to my sidebar!


Jenna B. said...

HELLO! I am a new follower from the Friday blog hop! :)

Sofia said...

Hi, found you over @ Social Parade on Friday! I'm your new follower. Come visit & follow back!

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Andrea said...

I like that you even remember what you had for dinner that night! Childhood is amazing.