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Five Qustion Friday - 8/6/2010

1. Are you a neat sleeper or a messy sleeper?  Yes.  Hubby and I each have our own sets of covers as we both tend to be cover hogs, LOL!

2. Fill in the blank. I wish I was more ________________.  Consistent.  I always do good for a little while, and then slip back into my procrastination mode.  I have two tutorials to complete, and have yet to get any work on them done.  Photos taken, uploaded, notes made, but no typing directions as of yet.  Ughh!

3. What is something that you wish you had been warned about?  How busy life can get, LOL!  I have to admit I have been warned about that.  With a a baby, pets, and working fiiting in crafts and blogging about those crafts is not as easy as I thought it would be when I first started.  Hence, some of the "random" posts that have been making appearances here on The Spunky Diva.

4. What was the best thing you ever found at a garage sale/flea market?  Some really great saddles for horses.  Bargan prices for two really nice brands.  Still have one of those saddles, but sold the other one several years ago for more than we paid for it.

5. If you could have any meal brought to you right now, what would it be?  French Toast!

And today's question from: I Owe It All to Him... what is your favorite song?  Anything by DC Talk, Toby Mac, Newsboys, Casting Crowns, etc.  My most favorite at the moment is still "East to West" by Casting Crowns.

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  1. I think procrastination is a talent though! That's my excuse at least! :)

  2. I wish someone would come and make me some french toast. I guess I'll be the one to handle that though.

    Procrastination is the worst, but it's my forte!

  3. Enjoyed your interesting post today. It gives me lots to think about. Good choice for favorite song, too.

  4. Actually procrastination is just another way of prioritizing....... It's not that I'm delaying a task, it's that I've realized there is another task that has taken priority. That's my story and I'm sticking to it!!!

  5. Oh wow, what an amazing song!! And amazing vocals...they blew me away...This is beautiful--thank you SO much for sharing it!
    Hugs from Cindy
    at I Owe it All to Him


  6. I love this one too! I love the part that says, one scarred hand to the other.

  7. Your life sounds as busy as mine!! I tend to have a million and one things on the go at any given time! :)

    I'm your newest follower via 5QF!


  8. Your the second breakfast fav I've seen today. Just stopping by, you stopped by my blog last week and I'm just now getting a chance to visit everyone.

  9. I love casting crowns... and listening to KLOVE radio station on my computer. Have a wonderful weekend!

  10. Hi, fun to read your questions and answers and loved your praise and worship music by Casting Crowns who I also love. :)

  11. Casting Crowns has been given the vote from others as well. I will have to check them out.


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