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Five Question Friday

I am joining up with Mama M. today from My LIttle Life for 5 Question Friday.


1. Who would you want to play you in a movie of your life?
Well not really sure but I have always loved Meg Ryan you know her younger version with short hair (hehe).  I especially loved her in "French Kiss".


2. Did you ever go to summer camp?
Nope not even once.  We did camp as a family during the summer and with our church youth we had a week long camp each summer but only as a teenager.


3. What sends you running and screaming in the other direction?
Bugs pretty much of any kind.  Or rodents of any kind.  That is why I pay a fortune for pest control.


4. What is something you do that drives your spouse nuts?
Not positive on this I didn't want to ask him.  I don't really want to know.  I think what drives him crazy is how I fly off the handle over stuff.  I just get mad and start ranting and raving.  Once it is out of my system I am okay but he takes it at face value and worries about it.  So I think it bugs him that I am over it and then he is still worrying about it.


5. What is currently your favorite song?
This one is hard I love music and have it playing all the time.  I am currently obsessed with "Tomorrow in a Bottle" by Timbaland featuring Chad Kroeger and Sebastian




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