Ok – so you’ve probably seen things like this before & I completely stole this from another blog that I love called The Sowell Life. She posts daily & I really need to be that good…so in an effort to maybe add a little more content, I decided to add this today. I’ll be posting later this week about all the good times that were had in Colorado Springs…but for now, hope you enjoy this small insight into who I am!
|All About Me….Sort of….|
A — available or married?
Available…single…not spoken for, but I’d be glad to have someone change that! 🙂
B — book?
The book I am currently reading is “A Dance of Dragons” which is book 5 in a 7 part series called A Game of Fire & Ice. The show Game of Thrones (coming back on 3/31/13!!!) is based on these books & they are excellent. The books that is. The show is pretty great too.
C — cake or pie?
Cake. Always cake – especially red velvet. Not that I’d pass on pie, but given the choice…always cake!
D — drink of choice?
E — essential item?
iPhone, which I know might be sad…but that thing has everything I need on it; a Bible, my contacts, the internet, the weather, my music, etc….
F — favorite color?
Blue. Always blue. A rich, royal blue.
G — game to watch or play?
I enjoy watching football, I like playing Taboo, Scattergories, Clue…games that make you think!
H — hometown?
I — indulgence?
TV on DVD…I kind of like to be able to watch my favorite shows again & again & again…
J — job?
Benefits Management Group…don’t even get me started…
K — kids and their names?
I plan to have them one day…& I’ve already got names picked out, but I’ll save those for then.
L — life is incomplete without?
M — music group or singer?
N — number of siblings?
1 delightful little sister
O — oranges or apples?
Apples all the way, unless the oranges are those little mandarin oranges.
P — phobias/fears?
Bad weather, flying, heights…wow…I sound kind of like a spazz, huh?
Q — favorite quote?
Can a Bible verse be considered a quote? I like “”Now faith is the confidence in what we hope for, the assurance in what we do not see.” Hebrews 11:1