Monday, January 24, 2011

Four Things to Share and Happy Anniversary

 One of my favorite blogs to subscribe to Understand Blue posted a list of Four Things on Sunday so I thought I'd pass it along. Might give you a wee glimpse into me, might not :0) No one believes half the stuff I like anyway. They all think I should be a died in the wool country girl. Not me. Especially if it involves lots of country music.

1. Four shows that you watch:

  • Biggest Loser
  • Extreme Home Makeover
  • Any house show on HGTV like Property Virgins, My First Place, Income Property
  • So You Think You Can Dance
2. Four things you are passionate about:

  • Pink Ribbon Awareness
  • Rescued furbabies
  • Music and Dance
  • Helping others whenever I can

3. Four words/phrases you say a lot:

  • Dude
  • Really????
  • Are you kidding me????
  • Have a wonderful/fabulous/terrific day!

4. Four things you've learned from the past:

  • Never hook the jumper cables where you think your husband told you to hook them.
  • Murphy's law really does interrupt your plans.
  • Trust your gut feeling.
  • Do not cook in your best clothes.

5. Four places you would like to go:

  • Canada
  • Scotland
  • Australia
  • Caribbean
6. Four things you did yesterday:

  • Slept for 13 hours
  • Counted the Cards for the Troops made on Saturday = 253 :0)
  • Took Reilly on a longer than usual walk since we missed Saturdays
  • Had my first quiet day home in a week of running
7. Four things you are looking forward to:

  • Matthew and Stephanie's Wedding
  • My 50th birthday party
  • Our Anniversary trip
  • Warmer weather

8. Four things you love about winter?

  • Brisk and crisp air not frigid
  • A wee bit of snow from time to time here in Oklahoma
  • Snuggling
  • Pets that keep my feet warm

What are your favorite four? 

 Here's a quick card post too. It's the anniversary card I made for my daughter and son-in-law. I used the sentiment from the Hostess Level 3 set Occasional Quotes, real red and black cardstock and this paper I fell in love with at our local scrapstore. Quick and easy but elegant too.