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Five Question Friday - 7/2/10

1. What is one thing you miss the most about childhood?  The freedom to take time and dream without limitations.  My little girl is constantly showing me how you can be in absolute wonder over the simplest things.  Like her little hand, LOL.  That sense of wonder I miss.  Plus, being able to eat anything and everthing and not gain an ounce!

2. Are you still friends with your friends from high school?  No, I have friends still from church, but not from school.  Facebook is a great invention to stay connected to old friends.

3. Is there a catch phrase, cliche, or word that just drives you bonkers every time you hear it?  Currently it's any variation of, "it must be horrible to pregnant during the summer".  Okay, folks this is my second, it wasn't bad with the first, I am sure it won't be bad with this one.  It's called dress for the heat!!!!!  Okay - that is off my chest, LOL!

4. What is one thing that you think symbolizes America...besides "Old Glory"?  Our troops in uniform.  They and their families have given so much over the centuries to create and keep this country of ours free.  People tend to overlook that without war and death we would not have the freedom of speech we have today.

5. What are your 4th of July weekend plans?  Good old Texas BBQ cookout!  Back to eating for two, and gaining every ounce to show it, LOL!

I am linking up with:

New Friend Fridays

My Wee View


  1. You had me from "card carrying craftoholic!!" We have that in common for sure! Love your blog site and I am your newest follower! :-)

    Following you on the Blog Hop! Happy July 4th! :-)


  2. Thank you for stopping by my blog! I'm already one of your followers. Have a Happy 4th of July!

  3. Ohhhh...I am soooo living vicariously through you and your pregnant belly and your Texas BBQ!!

    And...I am SO with you on the troops. SOOOOOOOO with you!

  4. Have a great holiday weekend, I am a new follower!

    I love the idea of the make your own pillow in the post below!!

  5. Hello! I am your newest follower. Have a Happy 4th & hope to see you soon :o)

  6. I'm your newest follower from Fun Follow Friday!

    If you'd like, you can follow me back here:

  7. Thanks for stopping by! I'm now following you too! Beth

  8. Thanks for joining Fun Follow Friday! I am your newest follower.

  9. I recently received the Sunshine Award and would like to pass it on to you!

    Have a great day!

  10. I'm laughing. My son is going to be 24 next month which means I was pregnant the summer of '86. Eek, right?

    Being pregnant in the summer was the best. I wore my husband's big shirts (it was the 80s), I wore sundresses, and I didn't have to squeeze into winter coats--or not.

    Loved every minute of it!

    Blessings to you!

    Your blog is so full of creative last name IS Stewart, but my first is not Martha. I envy your gifts!


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