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Friday, October 28, 2011

Fill In The Blank Friday


It's Friday, finally. This week went by so slowly that I'm just glad it's over. I don't have anything planned for the weekend other than making a kick ass tasting pumpkin pie, which is a bit of a bummer but hanging out & relaxing at home is always a good thing, right?

Now it's time for some fun stuff -->


  1. When I was a kid I wanted to be an elementary school teacher when I grew up.
  2. As an adult, my dream job would be a tourist guide in a tropical/beachy place. Something I could consider fun & not dread to do every morning.
  3. When I was younger I wanted to be just like Jem from Jem & The Holograms, ha-ha. Damn, I wanted those earrings so bad.
  4. The childhood Halloween costume that I remember most was when I was a ballerina in preschool. There was something about that tu-tu that I loved.
  5. My favorite childhood toy was my Cabbage Patch doll. I took her little stuffed ass everywhere with me. My dad even put a basket on the front of my bike so I could take her with me when I rode around.
  6. The time I got into the biggest amount of trouble when I was a kid was when stole clothes from a store & had to have my parents pick me up after getting caught. Yep, I'm lame. I was also 15 & angry at the world. Worst part is I actually had a pocket full of money so there was no need to steal. Dumb ass.
  7. I get daily inspiration from *sigh* um...Rusty, fellow bloggers, and things I see on the telly(yeah I totally went British there). I guess it just depends on the day.

Happy Friday guys, hope you all have a fun weekend!

Join in on the FITB fun by copying them, filling them in & then linking up at The Little Things You Do.



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4 comments:

  1. Girl, I LOVED cabbage patch dolls. I even remember going to the CP farm in Southern CA...little girl heaven!

    xoxo,
    megs
    lifeofnashvegasmeg.blogspot.com

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  2. Really, you're gonna make a pumpkin pie that tastes like ass? Please share the recipe. My husband and I are fighting and I think it would be a perfect ice-breaker if I made him a special treat.

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  3. it is so funny how many people wanted to be a teacher when they grew up :)

    happy friday!

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  4. My nickname in high school was Jem! Also it's always good to go British. Always.

    Glad the week's finally over for you, and hope your pie turns out! There is an up side to staying home on the weekend - I've spent the day with one of the worst hangovers of my life. At least it's eased up to the point where I don't want to die now!

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