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Five Question Friday - 2/25/2011

1. Can you drive a stick shift?
I sure can.  My first two cars were both manuals, and then my beater car that I had before the Tahoe {which I absolutly adore, just FYI} was also a manual.  I do think they are 'funner' to drive {yes I do realize that 'funner' isn't a word, but... it is funner to say funner, LOL}.  As a mom though, the automatic is much easier with the kiddos in the backset.

2. What are two foods you just can't eat?
Anything creepy... like weird creepy.  This includes snails and fish eggs.  Other than that I am pretty equal opportunity on food.  Mr. SD has introduced me to lots of foods I didn't eat, and most of them are just fine.  Though I have yet to appreciate Milk Toast.  I guess Milk Toast is a food I would really rather not eat.

3. Do you buy Girl Scout Cookies? What is your favorite kind?
I typically don't buy them anymore since they have become sooooooo expensive.  Thin Mints are my all time favorite, and then those coconut ones are a close second.  Luckily a lady in  my office does her part to support the Girl Scouts, and then shares the benefits with us.  So this year I got a whole sleeve of Thin Mints all to myself.  Bliss!

4. How do you pamper yourself?
A bath with oils and a good book.  Chocolate is always a plus.  Of course this treat tends towards a hot shower right now {joys of motherhood, LOL}.  Another pampering is to go to the craft/fabric store with no time limit.  Gets me out of the house {some peace and quiet} and I get to spend time looking at some of my favorite things: Craft Supplies!
5. What is your nickname and how did you get it?
Don't have one that I know.  Sometimes, I get called Kimberlito since we all like to pretend we can speak spanish at the office, but I don't know that it counts.
Well that is all for this week.  Check back Monday for a Weekend Wrap full of photos of Ms. Diva.

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  1. This is a fun meme. I enjoyed driving stick shift. Once you learn you never forget. I have never tried Milk toast. I do buy GS cookies out of tradition but I certainly don't need to eat them.


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