Tuesday, January 3, 2012

From A to Z Equals Me

A-Age: 24


B-Bed size I want: California king size, but it would take up almost half of my bedroom!


C-Chore that I hate: it's a tie between cleaning the bathroom and folding clothes. Both of which must be done. By the way, it is very tedious trying to fold baby clothes! 

D-Dogs: Australian Shepherd with Chow mixed breed, no longer with us in this world. Still haven't had some closure from it.

E-Essential start to your day: Trying to stay in bed for as long as possible.


F-Favorite Color: The rainbow! Equal opportunity for every color.


G-Garden gnome or garden flamingo: Garden Flamingo.


H-Height: 5'2" petite size


I-Instruments I play: My voice in the shower.



I especially sing those hard to get out of your brain tunes!

J-Jam or Jelly: Jelly, but I guess I should get into the preserves and fruit spreads.
If you want to know the difference between jelly, jam, marmalade, preserves, and fruit-spread CLICK HERE!

K-Kids: I never thought I'd want kids in my life before I had my daughter.


L-Life view: Optimist. The glass is half full.


M-Movie I still can't get enough of: Julie & Julia


N-Nicknames: Skeeta by my Grandmother.


O-Overnight hospital stays: One for three days.

P-Pet peeves: People chewing loudly and with their mouth open.


Q-Quote: The secret of staying young is to live honestly, eat slowly, and lie about your age. - Lucille Ball


R-Right or left handed: Left handed


S-Sibling(s): One. We're seven years apart and I'm the oldest.


T-Time I go to sleep: I try to go to sleep around 10pm.


U-Underwear: Not required.

V-Vegetables I like: broccoli and celery

W-What makes me run late: Looking for stuff I need at the last minute because my kiddoe goes through my purses and tote bags.


X-X-rays I’ve had: None, unless ultrasounds count and I've lost track of how many I had when I was pregnant.


Y-Yummy food I make: This is a tough one. Desserts!

Z-Zoo animal: the baby goats in the children's petting zoo at Grant's Farm. Even though their eyes are scary to me, you get to brush them and bottle feed them.



Thanks to Rag Bag Artistry, who got it from Retro Chick, for the inspiration!

1 comment:

MELISASource said...

I absolutely love this!!! I may try to do this on my blog one day! Very insightful!! ~thanks so much for sharing!