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Five Question Friday - 9/17/2010

Before we get to the questions...
... here are some pictures of my prep of the new pop-up tent for the craft show Saturday.

Here is an artsy shot of my pennant banner that I finished earlier this summer.

My favorite piece of furniture from Ikea.  It has been three different colors, and will soon be painted again to coordinate with the booth color scheme more effectively.

Teal sheets that are up for a balloon affect, but can be let down for sun shade depending on the wind.
And now for the full effect.

I can't wait to see it with the table skirts and merchandise set-up on Saturday!  And of course, Ms. Diva supervised it all.

And she looses it, LOL!

Now onto the Five Questions for this Friday from My Little Life.

1. What is the first nightmare you remember?  I remember having a very vivid (I remember it was vivid, but don't remember it vividly, LOL) nightmare about Darth Vader after watching Star Wars for the first time.  I think it had something to do with the scene were Luke's hand is 'removed' and goes banging done into nothingness.  Okay, maybe I do remember more of that than I should, LOL!!!

2. Even if you're not a sports fan, what's your favorite sport to play/watch?  I am a big horse nut.  So, pretty much anything with horses in it I will watch.  One of my favorites right now of RFD is the Royal Fair from England.  They show all kinds of events with horses, and also other types of events (i.e. dog herding, cows, etc.).  I will also watch endless hours of Dog Agility Trials.  PS - does taking a nap while hubby watches NASCAR count as watching?  The nap is on the couch in front of the television.

3. If you could pull off one piece of trendy fashion, what would you want it to be (jeggings, hats, thigh high boots, etc.)?  Any fashion statement would work for me.  Personally I have been thinking a pair of jeggings under a fun maternity top (that covers the buttocks) would be kinda cute.  Who can make fun of a pregnant woman?

4. Did you make good grades in school?  Over achiever that I am, do you have any doubt I made good grades in school?  I tend to be obsessive, and for school that definitely extended to my grades.  My two year community college degree came with a 3.8 gpa.

5. What magazines do you subscribe to?  Practical Horseman (I even have issues that my mom collected from over twenty years ago!), and Parenting (but I am still in the free year on that).
This weeks question from Cindy at I Owe It All To Him is: Who is ONE person you personally know who has inspired you so much in your life and why?  I would have to say my mom.  I have always wanted to be just like her.  Which doesn't mean that I don't get pissy at her or argue with her.  But, I love that she is here in Texas now, and I love being so close even when we aren't getting along the best.  Who else would put up with me, and still make me make decisions about me booth for this Saturday?  (PS - I know you are going to read this, but it really is true and not just me sucking up big time, LOL!)

Linking up with...
Smart and Trendy Moms

Punkin Seed Productions


  1. Thanks for linking up to Bee Funny Friday! Your craft tent looks great!

  2. Visiting from the Blog Hops! I love your site. I can't wait to get to know you better. Stop by when you get the chance. I have a Meet Me Monday blog hop and I would love if you could join in.

  3. Hi Kimberlee,
    Oh, your booth and banner are so cute!!! Wishing you much success this weekend...and yes, you are right--we are so lucky our moms put up with us through thick and thin!!!

  4. Hi! I am a new follower from Friday's blog hops. I am looking forward to reading more of your blog. Blessings...
    Saved By Love Creations

  5. Hi there :) New follower from the blog hop! Looking forward to reading more of your blog!! Feel free to follow me too :)

  6. How funny I had issues after watching the Return of the Jedi when he dies LOL!

    Great job on the tent!

  7. Awh, so cute!Stopping by from Social Parade. I'm following and can't wait to read more of your blog!

    Jennifer @ Life with the Lebedas

  8. I love your shout out to your sweet. Now that we're moms I think we appreciate ours even more!!

  9. Hi Kimberlee! I love your banner and your baby is cute! I hope your craft show goes well. Thank you for visiting my blog today. Have a wonderful weekend.

  10. Hi! I'm your newest follower from the Social Parade hop. I loved your tutorial on sewing the skirts. I'm not much of a seamstress yet, but at some point I'd love to learn! Also, your craft fair tent looks awesome! I hope you'll stop by and follow me back. Have a great weekend!


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