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Five Question Friday - 12/3/2010

It is Friday again!  On the one hand I am excited, since I get to go help decorate at Mr. SD's mom's place, but on the other hand I have sew much sewing to get down too!  Mom found several new fabrics for me to make up into Kitchen curtains.  I promised to get them done last weekend, but ended up with a lot of hip pain due to being preggars.  So... I am going to get them done this weekend, and that way she can change out her fun summer kitchen curtain for a wintery snowflake fabric.  I have to admit that the fun summery one is just not cutting it with all the christmas decor in the kitchen/dining room now, LOL!

Here are my 5QF answers.  Remember you can link up too!

1. What's on the top of your holiday wish list and why?  I want everyone to have a good holiday.  You know when everything goes smoothly, or at least no one gets their knickers in a knot when it doesn't go perfectly.  I want to create some fun memories that we can remember forever.  I think that family is what makes the holiday, not the gifts.  {Though of course gifts are always welcome!}
2. What is your favorite Christmas gift from the past?  When Santa gave me one custom riding boot, and my parents gave me the other boot.  Here is a picture of me doing a dressage test on Image wearing those boots several years after that Christmas.
3. If you had life to do over, what would you be when you grow up?  I hope that I would be right where I am now.  I love being a parent, I love being in Texas, and I am very content where I am.  It is funny how we can have such grand plans as teenagers on how we are going to change the world, or make a lasting mark.  But, when the future come we begin to realize that our little corner of the world is right where we are meant to be.  Not that I don't wish that Ms. Diva will grow up and change the world, LOL!

4. When do you put up your tree?  A week or so after Thanksgiving.  We don't have room for our tree (yes, we have a 'fake' tree that lives in a box) right now.  So our tree is being used at my parent's house.  We are going to set it up this weekend.  Another thing to add to this weekend's to-do list, LOL!  It will be fun to see how much a one-year-old Ms. Diva will be.  Last year she slept through everything.

5. What is your favorite Holiday?  Christmas of course!


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