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5QF - 3/11/2011


1. Do you know what your REAL hair color is?  Yes!  After coming out with orange, black, and white after a dye job gone bad... I haven't dyed my hair since.  Something about looking like a clown puts me off home science experiments, LOL!
2. Do you plan ahead for summer, or fly by the seat of your pants?  Well... I work.  If we were looking at taking a trip with the girls when they are older I am sure that we would plan.  But I also hope that we do some fun spur-of-the-moment things as well.
3. What is your favorite meal to cook?  Favorite to cook {and eat!} is spaghetti.  Easy to do, very enjoyable and it always comes with bread!
4. Do you get offended by not receiving thank yous?  You should definitely say thank-you, if you aren't going to write a note.  My $0.02 worth though is that a formal, written thank-you is not required.  But... I am still working on writing thank-yous to family and friends for all the wonderful, thoughtful gifts we received after Ms. T's birth.  {I may not expect to receive them, but my momma trained me to write them, LOL}.
5. How did you meet your best friend?  At church as uneventful as that sounds.

News Update for Ya'all {Texan for everyone}; I set-up a blog { www.KimberleesBooks.blogspot.com } for my book reviews, and would love to have you as a friend over there too!  Check out the great blog design I downloaded for free from Deluxe Templates.  The graphics were put together by http://www.ezwpthemes.com/ .

Here is a sneak peak of my current project:

What do you think it is going to be?  You get one guess...  a quilt for Ms. Diva!  I am using the Fresh Flowers Jelly Roll from Moda.  I still haven't decided how I am going to back the quilt.  Only the future knows the answer {and God of course}.

Flower Signature

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  1. Ms. T is super adorable! her quilt will be fab, i'm sure. thanks so much for the blogiversary wishes! can't believe it's already been a year..crazy!

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