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It's my turn to do the ABC's that have been making their way around the blogosphere. So here goes...

A- Age [of The Princess after yesterday]: FIVE!!! (I'm in denial about my own age)

B- Bed Size: King. We tried to go back to a Queen, but Rowdy made sure that didn't last.

C- Chore you hate: Doing our taxes. And it's that time again.

D- Dogs: Rowdy. Boston Terrier. Not sure he's a dog though, or at least he thinks he is a person.

E- Essential Start Your Day Item: Seeing my girls.

F- Favorite Color: Pink, of course.

G- Gold or Silver: White gold or platinum

H- Height: 5'7"

I- Instruments you play: Piano & flute

J- Job Title: Freelance writer/editor, Mom

K- Kids: Two beautiful, amazing girls

L- Live: Utah

M- Mom’s Name: Mom or Grandma

N- Nicknames: Mom, Candi (unless you want me to respond), Runner Barbie (courtesy of Tall Mom Mel)

O- Overnight Hospital Stays: Two [when my girls were born]

P- Pet Peeve: Hearing people chew their food

Q- Quote from a Movie: "If I woke up tomorrow with my head sewn to the carpet, I wouldn't be more surprised than I am now." (National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation)

R- Right or Left Handed: Right

S- Siblings: Older brother, younger brother, younger sister

T- Time you wake up: Between 6:30-7:00am

U- Underwear: Usually

V- Vegetable You Dislike: Green peppers

W- What Makes You Late: Thinking I have more time than I really do.

X- X-rays You’ve Had Done: Knees, dental, wrist, foot

Y- Yummy Food You Make: Sugar cookies, turkey soup, pumpkin cream tortellini

Z- Zoo Animal Favorite: Monkeys

Now it's your turn!!

Comments

  1. I'm really not a fan of green peppers, either. Red taste SO much better.

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  2. Glad you usually wear underwear.... lol

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  3. I have a boston terrior too! And I did the ABC of me today too!

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  4. pumpkin cream tortellini? Sounds yummy

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  5. My dog thinks shes a person too!!!! LOL dogs are so funny!! :)

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  6. Loved getting to know more about you!
    I have the same late problem. I don't like to be late yet when I am it's because I think I have more time than I do and push it to the limit!

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  7. LOVE your quote. That's the funniest movie ever!

    My dog thinks she's a person too, maybe they all do.

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  8. Love it! Especially F... doesn't that make you so happy. U... well let's just say that is a little concerning. Lol.

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  9. Pumpkin cream tortellini sounds delicious!

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