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5QF ~ 4/1/2011

1. Have you ever had surgery?  Yup… two c-sections and my appendix removed in third grade {a long time ago, LOL}

2. Ever ride in an ambulance?  Yup… I have horses.  Do I need to explain further?  I think I am up to at least four rides in an ambulance from my childhood.  I haven’t had one in a ‘while’… keeping my fingers crossed.

3. How are you in a medical emergency? Panicked? Calm?  I can follow directions well.  If it involves horses I am good.  If it is people {strangers} I do okay, family… not so calm, but can still follow directions as I hyperventilate.

4. Do you have a garden? Flowers or veggies?  I love growing flowers, and we grow tomatoes too.  We did try a more extensive veggie garden last year, but kinda killed it, LOL!  So… this year we are going to just to tomatoes.

5. When did you move out of your parents house?  About 20.  Moved to Texas, and moved in with my Grandpa, LOL!  As others have pointed out… I have never truly lived on my own.  After Grandpa’s fall, Mr. SD moved in with us {Grandpa and I} to help with Grandpa’s care after we married rather than me moving out.

In case you missed it...  Here is a link to my post on how to create a click-able signature to leave with your comments on other blogs.  A quick and easy way for people to check out your blog from any comments you leave!

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  1. Hello, your blog is awesome! I love following fellowing moms cause I get to learn a lot about momhood.♥ A new follower here, via the blog hop. Here's my blog site, drop by anytime!:)
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  2. Loved your answers! Have a blessed weekend.

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  3. A new follower here too....cute blog!

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  4. Great blog! Newest follower here. Have a great weekend!

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  5. Cute blog. Thanks for stopping by, and for the tip on how to add a signature to my comment. I am going to try it now, hope that it works.

    and it is not working :) I'll have to try again later. Erin

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  6. Hi! Thanks for visiting and following my blog! Your "horse" comment made me think of my friend who was going to alter my wedding gown for me---shortly before my wedding, she fell off her horse and broke her arm! =(
    Congratulations on 400+ followers!!!

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  8. Stopping by from Social Parade. New follower, love for you to swing by and follow back. Have a good weekend Thursday Two Questions

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  9. I am a little bit late for the friday blog hop, but I am catching up, so I am your newest follower.
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