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Five Question Friday - 9/3/2010



Three day weekend here I come!!!!!!!!  Hubby has today (Friday) off to, ugh!  This isn't going to be a very long post.  Baby is off to bed, and I will be soon.

1. What do you do when you have time to yourself?  When I have time to myself?  Craft, LOL.

2. When you look out your kitchen window, what do you see?  A field with the horses in it, our pond, and whatever birds are flying around.  Most of all I love seeing the sunrise out my kitchen window.

3. Who/What would you want to be reincarnated as?  Don't believe in it.  Sorry.

4. What is your biggest pet peeve about other people's kids?  Them being out of control.  My 10 month-old has better manners than some kids.  And, normally it you can tell that it is because the parents are not will to say no.

5. Regular or Diet soda?  Regular.  If you are going have a soda it might as well be the real thing!
 
This week's question from I Owe It All To Him is...  Not sure yet, LOL!  Will post my answer once this week's question is up.
 

Comments

  1. Thanks for the comments! You have a new follower here! Have a great weekend!

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  2. The view from your kitchen sounds beautiful! I wouldn't mind washing the dishes with that view. :)

    Have a great weekend!
    Jennie

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  3. Would love to see the sunrise out my kitchen window

    Colleen
    www.shibleysmiles.com

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  4. Hi Kimberlee,
    Have a great weekend!! And fun with the family!
    xox

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  5. Visiting from FQF! Have a great weekend!

    http://floridahoganfamily.blogspot.com/

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  6. The view from your window sounds incredible. I have to say I have "window view envy", lol!

    Following from FQF. I hope you have a great weekend.

    http://www.lifeofatwinglegal.com

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  7. Your view sounds wonderful!
    I totally agree about soda, if you are going to drink it make it real!

    I love your blog title! I'm a new follower!

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