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Five Question Friday ~ 4/29/2011


1. If you could buy any car, money not an option, what would it be?  I just love my Tahoe.  I would like a new one with all the bells and whistles though.  Bluetooth and navigation systems are wonderful inventions!

2. What was your worst first date ever?  Very happy to say I have not had a bad first date.  Lucky, I know, and I don’t mind rubbing it in, LOL!

3. How old were you when you fell in love for the first time?  Early twenties.  Crushes… of course I had those as a pre-teen.  Any boy that like horses was fair game!

4. When was the last time you reconciled your checkbook?  I don’t, Mr. SD handles that {thank God!}.

5. If you were going to fashion a "Wanted" Ad for a best friend, how would you word it?  Honesty a must-have, sees the funny side of things, dysfunctional {Hey no one is perfect, but if they admit that you know what to expect.}, must love movies and books, spending hours in Joann’s optional, spending hours at a mall is a no-go.

~ A Mommy Moment ~

Took the Ms. Diva over to Grandma’s this morning {her normal routine is to have breakfast over there}.  Grandma asked her if she wanted Eggs and Bacon/Sausage.  Ms. Diva just looked at her like… ‘okay that is one option, what else are you going to offer?’

Grandma offered, ‘oatmeal’, and Ms. Diva shook head yes, and said ‘yeah’ {or something that resembles that, LOL}.

Once the oatmeal was made, Ms. Diva chowed down.  She is growing up so fast.  Just yesterday she didn’t know what she wanted, how to ask for it, or anything.  Now she is making conscious decisions and knows what she means.  Where did the time go? 

Remember she is only a year and half old… if I am already asking where did the time go what do you think I will be like over the next sixteen years?

REMINDERS: I have updated the giveaway links at the bottom of the page.  There are some really great new giveaways out there in blogland.

If you missed the Doggie Ice Cubes post, you can find it here.


  1. They do grow up so fast! It amazes me how fast they know what the want!
    Honesty is such a great quality in a friend.

  2. How cute... You must be real close to your Mum!! I love that... You have such a wonderful loving family... Oatmeal - good for her get her eating healthy early on..



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