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Getting to know you


1. What color do you wear the most?
Black- versatile and classic
2. Would you rather have $10,000 dollars or a dream vacation?
$10,000. I could have a dream vacation for under $1000
3. Do you have a weird, quirky or unusual habit?
I'm sure I do..but, I'm just kinda weird all around ;)
4. I really need to start..........?
Cleaning, exercising, crafting, looking for a new car, laundry, look for a new job... I need to start a lot.
5. What was the first blog you ever read?
Um, I honestly can not remember.
6. Do you collect anything?
Junk lol, No but seriously, no I don't.
7. How old were you when you had your first kiss?
16 years old.
8. Do you text/twitter while driving?
Honestly I used to. But I have just seen far too many horror stories come from it. I wait until a stop light or pull into a parking lot.


Head on over to MannLand5 to participate in Getting to Know you! I'd love to read more about all of you :)

I'm off to plant my little plants in some more temporary housing. I can't wait to show you some fun projects I've been working on this week!


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  1. I have so many things i need to start as well, dont feel bad!
    -Misty

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  2. i totally agree about the dream vacation. show me the money and i'll go on a frugal fun trip. come visit and enter my very first giveaway for a pottery barn giftcard and some of my designs at www.barefeetonthedashboard.blogspot.com.

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  3. Love your answer to number 4 I am right there with you! Hope you are having a great Monday!

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