Saturday, July 28, 2007
First Memory: Hmmm...I don't remember stuff from when I was 2 or 3 like some people do, or at least I don't think I do. I remember when I was 4, riding my big wheel.
First Real Kiss: I was 17 (yes I was THAT old) and I'm not saying who it is because several of you know him. :-)
First Concert: Acappella. At Vaughn Park. I was in 6th grade.
First Love: First "love" = same as first kiss. First REAL love = Baron. (AWWWWW)
First Crush: This boy who was in 6th grade when I was in 4th. His name was Wes.
First Thing you Think of in the Morning: Can I hit snooze one more time??
First Book you remember loving: Goodnight Moon
First Question you'd ask in heaven: I think of stuff all the time that I'd like to ask, but when I get there, I'm pretty sure I'll be in too much awe to be asking questions.
First Best Friend: Kelly Turner & Hillary Pruitt
Last Time You Dressed Up: When I was in Mark & Lindsay's wedding.
Last Book You Read: Right now I'm reading The Dead Zone by Stephen King
Last CD You Bought: Uhhh....I don't know cause I don't really buy CDs anymore.
Last Time You Cried: Earlier this week.
Last Movie You Saw: Anaconda, earlier today, but not the whole thing.
Last Time You Told Someone You Love them: Earlier today, to Baron
Last Funny thing you did: I do so many funny things that I can't even think of one. :-)
Last Thing You watched on TV: Anaconda. But the last TV show I watched was The Dog Whisperer.
I hereby tag anyone reading this who hasn't done it yet...
Saturday, July 21, 2007
(my baby on the day he was born)
(my baby today! wow, my camera phone is a lot better than my co-worker's who took the pic last year...)
For those of you who haven't been reading my blog for the past year, you can check out the story of my rubber band ball and how he came into this world. Click here and scroll down to read about my previous loss and the birth of this new life.
Happy Birthday, Rubber Band Ball! I hope that one day you can be as big as your brother. God rest his soul.
Thursday, July 19, 2007
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Don't get me wrong - I don't mind when friends & family ask me when I plan to have a baby. Granted, it does get a little annoying, but I respect that they are curious about my life plans. However, when the random church member or distant acquaintance from 10 years ago asks what I consider to be a very personal question, it gets to me. Please don't get me wrong - if you are a friend of mine or a family member, you are more than welcome to ask about our family plans. But if you are a complete stranger, or anyone with whom I do not come in contact on a regular basis, it's really none of your business.