Friday, February 26, 2010

Flapjack Friday - Dinner Edition

I decided that this week I would make Flapjacks for dinner so that Cap'N Crunch could take part in our fun tradition.

Then I found this AMAZING pancake recipe...Thank you
Pioneer Woman! I was a little nervous about it though, because in the past I have not had success with 'from scratch' pancakes. Oh, well, here goes.... Are you ready for Cinnamon Bun Pancakes?

First, I blended the dry ingredients - flour, white sugar, salt, baking powder, and cinnamon.

Next, I whipped the wet ingredients together: eggs, milk, corn syrup, melted butter and vanilla. Yummy! Off to a good start...although I feel obligated to mention that these pancakes are not fat-free. hee hee

Combine flour with egg mixture. Pour about 1/4 cup batter onto a lightly buttered medium/low heated girddle. Brown on both sides.

Oh, Yummy! But wait! The Pioneer Woman didn't stop neither can I. She made a glaze to go over the pancakes.

Melt some butter in a bowl, add powdered sugar, a little maple syrup, and a splash of milk...mix it up until smooth. Warm it up, then pour over your pancakes and you're in heaven - well, at least your mouth is in heaven!

I've been playing with the font on this post for too long...I can't fix it....not starting over...maybe I'll change it tomorrow. Ugh. If you want the real recipe or you just want to see better photos (I am so not a food photographer) go here.

Just Five question Friday!

T.G.I.F.Q.F - Thank Goodness It's Five Question Friday!

I have been blog slacking this week...I have about three posts almost written, but not quite ready to stay tuned. Maybe tomorrow?

On with the main act...the questions. You know the drill, and if you don't you really should stop living under that rock :) Mama M hosts a fun blog hop every week...Five question Friday. After you finish reading here, go over to her blog and check her out!

My Little Life

1. Do you sing karaoke? If so, what is your go to song?

Yes and No. I have sung karaoke in the past...I will never sing karaoke again. I am not good. And I was slightly inebriated when I sang in the past. Cap'N Crunch was so lucky to have experienced my attempts at entertaining a bar full of intoxicated people...Ah. Memories. Never. Again! EVER.

And I certainly will never tell that my song of choice was Madonna's Like a Virgin. Seriously, who would admit that on a family a handful of people? Certainly not me.

2. What is your favorite coffee drink?

Blah. Gag. Barf. Can you tell that I do NOT like coffee drinks? I have, on occasion, had a cup of coffee, but not really my cup of tea...I don't like tea either...unless it's cold with lots of sugar! Coke is my beverage of choice....just FYI.

3. If you could choose your own name, what would it be?

I did choose my own name.

Fruit Loop!

Oh, you're talking about my real name? Well, I like my's not very common...but if I was changing it I would change it to Jillian...not very different, just a little.

4. Were you ever bullied?

There was this one time....

We were living in California. I was in sixth grade (maybe fifth?). A girl wanted my lunch. She was older and MEAN. I was not going to give her my lunch. I was not very brave...but I knew I was not going to give in.

So, I hid. Yes, you heard me...I hid. In the bathroom. Until lunch was over. I got in trouble for being late to class.

The girl didn't bother me again and we moved shortly after that...

5. How often do you eat fast food?

Too often.

Trying to get better.

Need a fast food, drive-thru, healthy place....why doesn't subway have a drive-thru window? Or like a Sonic-style place with ALL healthy food?

I did see on Food Network the other day that there is a cereal restaurant...I forgot the name of it...but you can mix and match any kind of cereal and add toppings to it! I am going to have to look into this more!

Friday, February 19, 2010

Flapjack Five question Friday!

It's Friday again! This Friday is not as fun as last Friday because Papa is not here...but we pushed on and had Flapjack Friday anyway.

Cocoa Puff and Cheerio woke up in Mommy's bed this morning. Cheerio woke up first. I tried to get her to go back to sleep, but then she saw Cocoa Puff. I knew I would not be successful, so I just let her wake Cocoa Puff up. We were snuggling when Cocoa Puff asked me if it was Flapjack Friday. I love that she looks forward to it too!

So, today we had Banana Flapjacks! Yummy!

From February 2010

And now on to Five question Friday! Mama M hosts this fun blog hop every week and I just love her for it! Head over to her blog - after you read mine of course!

1. Have you ever hit an animal with your vehicle?

No! I hope I never have to experience this.

2. When you see a string on your clothes do you pull it off or cut it off?

I'm I usually pull it off. Unless it doesn't come off easily, then I go get the scissors.

3. Did you have your own room or share a room when you were young?

I have always had my own room.

4. Would you rather wear the same thing for the rest of your life or eat the same thing for the rest of your life?

As long as I could wash the outfit, I think I would have to say wear the same thing for the rest of my life. It would be really hard to eat the same thing for the rest of my life. I mean I could eat cereal for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, but the same cereal? No way!

5. What was your favorite TV show as a child?

Geez...I have a horrible memory. And what do you mean as a child? Like grade school? Middle School? High School?

I think I remember watching The Smurfs. And Silverspoons. And 90210. That kinda covers all the grades!

And that's all! Short and sweet today.

Thursday, February 18, 2010


My cereal bunch and I were outside yesterday. The girls were playing and Cap'N Crunch and I were kicking the soccer ball around. Then I noticed some monster weeds. Well, truthfully, I knew they were there because when Papa was here (more about that later), we raked leaves and pulled a few weeds. But yesterday I noticed how many weeds were in our yard. I have never seen it like this before. I guess with all the rain?

So, I started pulling and putting them in a Dora bucktet (the only thing I had at the moment). I emptied the bucket several times by the fence. Then Cap'N Crunch started helping we decided we needed a big ole black yard trash bag. We filled it up and it doesn't even look like we made a dent.

Now, I know that pulling weeds may not be fasinating to's not really to me either. Or at least it wasn't until I started blogging. The whole time I was pulling weeds...I was "writing" a post in my head. I even had to go inside to get my camera to document the weeds.

From February 2010

I seriously realize how weird I am...but hear me out. I was thinking about life and how sometimes we have weeds in our life garden - and we have to pull them out and get rid of them. Don't you agree? I currently have a few weeds in my life garden that I need to pull and bag and take to the curb. They have gotten pretty big...the longer you ignore weeds, the bigger they get. I also want to plant more flowers and fruits and veggies. It's time.

The whole were the weed was is almost as big as my big foot!

From February 2010

Cap'N Crunch laughed at me when I told him what my post was going to be about....but that's okay. You can laugh too...I just am thinking out loud, well, on the computer.

Here are some other photos from yesterday of the girls....

Cocoa Puff now likes to dress herself...
From February 2010

Do you want a kiss?

From February 2010

And last but not least, I have been forgetting to do these....

Obsession: Magazines. I love me some magazines! And they have taken over the living room, guest bedroom/office, and our bedroom (well, at least my side of the bed). Seriously, I need to go to magazines annoymous. Is there such a thing?! I have been trying to get rid of them, but it's so hard. One day....but then another magazine shows up in the mail. Oh, and the joy it brings. Wow...I am crazy! :)

Confession: Hmm? What do I want to confess to today? Sometimes I feel like I love my girls so much my heart is going to pop right out of my chest.

Sunday, February 14, 2010

Top Ten Reasons I Love Cap'N Crunch

I'm a little sad knowing that today is the last day of Mama M's Valentine's Extravaganza. It's been a super fun blog hop...I hope you all enjoyed it as much as I did. It's nice to remember the days of dating and the days before kiddos and the days when you loved each other so much you couldn't get enough of each other.

I have a few more post planned for the next week, so come back and check them out. I also am going to get back to Obsessions and Confessions! It's been a while since I've done those, but I have quite a few stored in my head and even some written down.

Even jibber jabber, here are the top ten reasons I love my Captain!

10. A master on the grill....yummy steaks on the grill!

9. He always says I look good...even when I know I don't.

8. He puts me first, most of the time.

7. The way he can make me laugh...even when I have the grumpies!

6. He can usually answer any question I have about random stuff...even if he just pretends to know because he doesn't like to not know.

5. Weekend breakfasts!

4. When he does something without being vacuuming, cleaning the kitchen, doing laundry.

3. The goofy boy that emerges when he really plays with our girls.

2. Knowing that he loves taking care of his family...emotionally, physically and financially.

And the number one reason I love Cap'N Crunch....

1. I love him just because I love to love him.

Saturday, February 13, 2010

Photo Day at Mama M's blog hop

Today is probably the easiest day of Mama M's blog hop...and I almost didn't participate. I hardly have any photos of Keith and I on the computer. I have actual photos on paper, but now that we have kiddos we don't really take pictures of just here are some photos I gathered. Enoy and come back tomorrow for the last day of the Valentine's Extravaganza.

We were being silly...these are not our normal faces!

From Drop Box

This is the only photo I could find on the computer...I was too lazy to scan a paper photo. However, I think this is a good one because we are just you can see in the picture. So, that's it. I will make more of an effort in the future to get pictures of Cap'N Crunch and me.

Friday, February 12, 2010

Special Edition of Flapjack Friday and Five question Friday! Fabulous!

Well, helllooooo! (said in my best Mrs. Doubtfire voice)

I am so excited it's Friday...and I just can't hide it.

So, yesterday afternoon, Cocoa Puff and I picked Papa up from the airport. I went to the airport with one excited kiddo and drove home with two excited kiddos. Okay, well maybe one of them isn't really a kiddo, but Papa sure was excited to see Cocoa Puff. And I sure was excited to see them makes my heart happy.

And that leads me to today's Special Edition of Flapjack Friday! I'm not sure who (Papa) suggested chocolate chip flapjacks....normally we would never have sugar for breakfast (oh, the horror!), but since today is a Special Edition of Flapjack Friday, I decided it would be fun to let Cocoa Puff have chocolate chip flapjacks- for the first time. (Sidenote: Cheerio is not eating chocolate chip flapjacks...they are blueberry.)

From February 2010

From February 2010

From February 2010

Isn't that the cutest blueberry face you've ever seen? And don't you love how Cocoa Puff is loving on Papa? Awe!

Okay, now on to Mama M's Special Edition of Five question Friday! Valentine style!

1. What is the one thing your love does for you that you cannot live without?

Hmm? One thing? I think that I would have to say...making me laugh. Cap'N Crunch can make me laugh even when I don't want to know, when you're so grumpy, you just want to stay grumpy for the sake of being grumpy? Or is that just me?

Anyway, Cap'N Crunch can get me out of those "I just want to be grumpy" moods. And I couldn't live without that!

2. When did you know that your love was "the one"?

I had a feeling at the very beginning. And it just grew from there. I don't have a particular moment that I thought to myself, "I am going to marry this boy." Well, other than the night he proposed and the day I married him.

3. Does your love have a special ringtone on your cell phone?

I still have not figured out how to do that and I really don't have a desire to. Cap'N Crunch would probably like it if he did have a special ring....he does on our home phone. I am so bad about answering my cell phone. I just call people back.

4. What are you attracted to most in your special someone?

Eyes! Cap'N Crunch has the best eyes. Oh, and I love his hands...I feel so secure when he holds my hand and his arms...they protect me when he wraps them around me.

Non-physically....I love his sense of humor and the way he makes me laugh...did I mention that already? And I love his love for silly facts. Cap'N Crunch loves to know useless information and share it with everyone. And even though I say I love it, it sometimes drives me crazy.

5. Did you know when/where he was going to pop the question?

Read this post to find the answer to this question!

And that ladies and gentlemen is Flapjack Friday and Five quesiton Friday! If you would like to participate...flip some flapjacks and head over to Mama M's to link up to her Five question Friday. (Flapjack Friday is not required, but it sure is fun!)

Thursday, February 11, 2010

Romantic blunders....

Hello again! Wow...this is day 5 of the blog hop over at Mama M's. And I've participated in all five days so far. Only three to you think I'll make it? I actually do, but we'll just have to wait and see.

Today's topic is stories about romantic screw-ups. I almost didn't participate because I couldn't think of one. Oh, I don't mean that Cap'N Crunch hasn't made any...he has. But I started getting upset at thinking about all of the things he could do to be more romantic. I'm one of those gals who love sappy love movies and romantic novels (not trashy paperback novels). I am a sucker for a happy ending. But in real life, happy endings aren't like they are in the movies...I know some girls are lucky enough to have sappy, romantic guys, but I didn't end up with one of those. I think in so many ways I ended up with a better guy....but I will talk more about that on another day!

Okay, back to today's story. This is actually a romantic screw-up for both of us....

It all started on what should have been the most romantic week of our lives. The honeymoon. We didn't have a lot of money (and we procrastinated on the planning), so we decided to rent a convertible and drive south...after all we lived in Florida at the time. There was so much that we hadn't done. We thought it would be fun to not have any plans and just drive. And it might have been fun...

Do you hear the if coming?

Yep. It might have been fun if Cap'N Crunch hadn't gotten sick. And not just cough, sneeze, cough sick. He claimed to have pneumonia. Notice I wrote "claimed." I of course did not believe him. I think I may have even accused him of being 'dramatic', maybe.

Let me just stop really quick and say that I'm the biggest baby when I'm sick, but I have no tolerance when someone else if sick and complaining...well, I do if the person is not my husband. on. our. honeymoon.

I was so irritated. I mean who gets sick on their honeymoon? WHO? Well, apparently my new husband.

After declaring that he wanted to go home and go to the doctor, we started driving back. We did stop and spend the night in Orlando.

We get home the next day and go to the doctor. Anyone want to guess what's wrong with him? The darn boy had pneumonia. What are the odds? So then I felt like the horrible new wife. I should have been playing nurse (no not that kind of nurse!) instead of making him feel bad for ruining our honeymoon.

And that's our story of romantic screw-ups.

Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Here comes this bride, all dressed in white....

Today's topic on Mama M's Valentine's Day Extravaganza is....favorite memory from your wedding day.

My wedding, I mean Our wedding day....

Well, my favorite memory is...I married the love of my life, my dream guy, the man of my dreams, my soulmate! That by far was the best thing about my wedding day.

From black and whites

Other great memories:
  • all of our friends and family being there to celebrate with us.

  • being, make-up, you know, wedding day stuff.

  • the ceremony....the tradition of it.

  • a crazy usher catching the garter belt. I so wish we'd gotten it on video. E. crawled his way up to a blushing cousin of mine who caught the bouqet. We couldn't have hired a better entertainer!

  • From black and whites

  • getting married on my high school best friend's birthday and my cousin's wife's birthday...I am so bad at remembering makes it easier to remember their birthdays...I did say easier!

I feel like I missed so much on my wedding day...but I've heard that's normal. I can't wait until my girls get married! I am going to the momzilla :) I will want everything to be perfect for them.

Cap'N Crunch and I talked about our wedding last night and I asked him what his favorite memory was from our wedding. His favorite wedding moment was that is was over....gee! I guess that is just a guy response. I was hoping for something a little more romantic like, "When I saw you walking down the aisle, all beautiful in your white dress, I knew I was the luckiest man alive." Hee hee. Wouldn't it be great if he could read my mind and say the things I wanted him to say? I suppose I was a little relieved it was over was nice to go to our posh hotel suite and fall asleep in each other's arms as a married couple.

From black and whites

So, that's it...our favorite wedding memories. If you would like to share your favorite wedding moment, head over to Mama M's or just leave a comment here. See you tomorrow for more stories!

Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Will you marry me?

I can't believe I am still going on Mama M's blog hop. I thought surely I would drop out after a day or two...but this is fun! It's like fun assignment for school - and I love fun and I love school!

SO, do you know what today's "assignment" is? Do you, do you? Did you read the post title? I wasn't asking you to marry me...I already have a husband. It was a's topic is engagement stories.

Now, my engagement story is not all that romantic...but the end result is what matters the most. I obviously said 'YES!!'

Cap'N Crunch had been out of town for about a month...we were missing each other big time. Everyone kept saying "Distance makes the heart grow fonder." I think if one more person had said that to me I would have knocked them out. (Hee hee! Sorry, that would have never happened. I am so not a violent person. But it's what I felt like doing.)

Okay, okay, back to the story. So, Cap'N Crunch was gone, but he was about to come home for the weekend. I had a pretty good feeling that he was going to propose. I had my nails done and went shopping for a new outfit! I picked him up at the airport. And it was my birthday....21! This was way back when...before all the security stuff that the airports have now. I was able to go to the gate.

As I was waiting for him to get off the plane, scenarios of the proposal went through my head. I was sure that he was going to propose in the airport. I envisioned him on one knee as soon as he saw me, roses were strewn all over the floor. Then I pictured each passenger giving me a rose as they got off the plane and Cap'N Crunch getting off last and proposing...

Time to wake up from the fantasy....none of the above happened. Not even close. Well, I did get beautiful red roses...but not from each passenger on the plane. (I'm giggling as I re-read what I just typed. How would every passenger on the plane know what I looked like? Silly Jilly!) Oh, well a girl has to have her fantasies.

Cap'N Crunch got off the plane and hugged me, kissed me, and gave me roses. Then we headed to the car.

"Hmm? What is he waiting for? What if I'm wrong...and he's not going to propose!" I might have started to get a little upset...of course I didn't let it show.

We get to the car, he puts his bag in the trunk. But then I notice he's getting something out of his bag! Woo hoo!

It was a card...this boy is driving me crazy. A card? Ugh.

But inside the's all ooey and gooey and lovey dovey! It's one of those tri-fold cards. So I read the front, open it, read the second page, then open it once more...he tells me how much he loves me and that he wants to spend the rest of his life with me....and then....

"Will you marry me?"

Tears are rolling down my face at this point and I say yes. Then the ring comes out. I could not have picked a more perfect ring. What a great guy I am blessed to have.

Okay, so I take it back...that was romantic. Or maybe it was my story telling? Nope. It was the proposal. I have a great guy. It's been almost 11 years since he proposed....awe! Thank you for letting me share my story with you!

Monday, February 8, 2010

Favorite Date Story

So today's topic over at Mama M's Valentine's Day Extravaganza is your favorite date story (good or bad).

It's been awhile since we were I had to really think about this one. I have three that stick out in my head. I won't go into too much detal, but here they are:

  1. Our very first date - because that was the beginning of the best thing! Dinner at Chili's for four hours! We just talked and talked...can't remember what we talked about?
  2. Horseback riding - we packed a picnic lunch and went riding at the barn I took lessons. Keith had never really riden before. It was a very fun date. And very romantic.
  3. A road trip up to Tennessee to see good friends of mine. This really wasn't a "date" but it sticks out to me because it was the first time I remember thinking "I can really see myself with this guy." I used to get annoyed with people so easily, but not Cap'N Crunch. We spent the whole weekend together and I didn't want to throw him out of the car, not even that was a good sign!
Cap'N Crunches favorite date:

Well, he was going to tell me what his favorite date story, but I think the tv won...maybe later?

Saturday, February 6, 2010

How I met Cap'N Crunch....

Mama M is doing a Valentine's Day Extravaganza this week. Since I *HEART* Mama M and since I do not blog about Cap'N Crunch nearly enough, I thought I would join in the fun. If you would like to participate, head on over to Mama M's and check out the schedule for the week.

Today's assignment is telling the story of how you met the love of your life....

I first met Cap'N Crunch in September, 1998, at Bombay Bicycle Club in Jacksonville. Right away, I knew that he was the boy for me...not really love at first sight, but just something in me knew he was special and he was for me.

One of his friends knew one of my friends so we were sitting at the same table. Another girl was putting the moves on him - and suddenly I felt very territorial. I am not the kind of girl to get territorial or I just knew something was up.

We ended up hangin' out that first night. We talked a little, danced a little, flirted a little...

Then I didn't see him again for a while. Ugh. I knew where a friend of his one day I went a knocking, which is not something I would have ever done. Except that it was Cap'N Crunch. He just did something to me. His friend didn't have a clue...he didn't invite me in and I left having not talked to Cap'N Crunch and thinking that's that. I tried to put Cap'N Crunch out of my head...didn't work.

I ended up seeing him out again in December. We talked a little, danced a little, flirted a little...

Then nothing again. I was not happy this time. I decided I was done getting all silly over this boy who couldn't get it right.

Well, obviously he got it right, because here we are...over 11 years later!

One day in January Cap'N Crunch showed up in the store I was working in....all cute and smiling. I was melting. Luckily I had worked all day, but I still had an hour or so left to work. I called in another girl to work a little early and I left....

We went to Chili's...ate and talked for over four hours. FOUR HOURS!!!! And that is how I met Cap'N Crunch....the love of my life!

I thought it would be fun to have Cap'N Crunch tell his side of the story, so in his own words...

Twas the first night of autumn in 1998....gosh, has it been that long? I was at a fine drinking establishment with my friend E. E was seeing his lady friend T.(lady friend? really?) T brought her girlfriend Jill ( that's me!). Jill was tall, had long curly hair, a beautiful smile, too cute to pass up (Cap'N Crunches words....remember! Isn't that sweet?)

I found Jill interesting considering the fact that she had just turned 20 and there we were drinking at the BBC. We all knew the bouncer! So, legally I should've never crossed paths with the love of my life. Call it destiny, call it divine right intervention, heck, call it fate, Jill and I hit it off great on the first night we met.

She was an assistant manager of a shoe store and I was unemployed at the time driving an S-10 pickup as my bachelor sleigh. (isn't he silly?) So I wasn't making money, had no job, and drove a truck (I have to interrupt again...I know, let the man tell his story, but I think it's important for you to know that the truck he's talking about was purple. PURPLE!). What does this woman see in me? I must have been good-looking back then or something because I didn't have a whole lot going for me.

Jill and I didn't meet again until a few weeks later at the BBC. I had been seeking out Jill so I was glad to see her, but something was wrong. It bothered me to see her upset, but she wouldn't tell me what was wrong. Then she left. (Wow! I had completely forgotten about this...My grandfather had just passed away and I was really upset. My friend T thought it would be good for me to get out...nope, not so good.)

I didn't see Jill again until Christmas night. Jill told me what was going on in her life - why she left last time so upset. Then Jill invited me to a party at her house in St. A. the next night. (My memory is so bad...I had forgotten about this too! And just for the record, I hadn't planned on having a party but I wanted to see K a "party" was invented and an invitation was put out.) I wasn't sure about the party, so I brought a chaperone with me. (Oh, yes...I was such a wild girl that K needed a chaperone! He's so silly.) It was a fun party. So fun that word got back to J's parents and she got in trouble...(They were out of town and I didn't really think about asking or telling...I was 20 and at 20 I guess I felt "old enough" to make my own decisions....ah, young and stupid!)

I didn't know it, but I met the love of my life numerous times in a three and a half month span.

So there you have it...both sides of the story and they were totally different! I am so glad that I asked Cap'N Crunch to tell his side to.

Stay tuned for tomorrow when we tell you our favorite date stories.

Friday, February 5, 2010

Flapjack Friday and Five question Friday!

Last Friday, Flapjack Friday was 'born' at our house. Cocoa Puff would eat pancakes everyday of the week if I would make them everyday of the week...but I won't because well, obviously cereal, cold and hot, is a staple in our household because it's easy and I love it. (Whoa! That was a seriously long run-on sentence! And I call myself an English teacher! )

Okay, back on track...Flapjack Friday! I really do love Fridays because it's the only day of the week I am not committed to something. No teaching, no tutoring, no dance class, no bible study, no MOPS, no commitments! Don't get me wrong - I don't dislike my commitments. I really enjoy all that I do, but sometimes it's nice to just be a stay-at-home Mommy!

Last Friday I made banana flapjacks (I really do call them pancakes...but I'm a sucker for alliteration!) This Friday I'm making blueberry flapjacks! Yummmmy!

I was going to do a separate post for how our week went, but I just haven't had the time or the energy, so here it is:

My week started out very scary and ended up very thankful. Monday night/Tuesday morning Cheerio had a febrile seizure. Let me say that I don't handle medical "stuff" well and I tend to over-react. This case is no exception. I was a sobbing mess when the EMS team finally arrived at our door. It seemed like it took them four hours to probably only took 15 minutes. Once they got in the door - they were fast! I have never been so scared in my life. Seeing my sweet little 16 month old on a stretcher with tubes and an oxygen mask...and this is after holding her while she had a seven minute seizure...complete with eyes rolling into the back of her head, stiff body, and convulsing arms. I am not going to detail the rest of the night/morning, because I will never forget it and I really don't want to focus on it. The big thing is that I feel so thankful that Cheerio is okay and will be okay. She is likely to have more febrile seizures, but not more likely to have regular seizures. The studies that have been done show that there are no lasting effects from febrile seizures. So, I am thankful.

And since it is Friday, I am also going to participate in Five question Friday! Mama M hosts FQF every week. I love's a fun way to blog hop. Head over to Mama M's for all the details and to participate!

My Little Life

1. What are you most afraid of? own, my children's, my husband's, my family's, my friend's...

I'm so freaky about it. Cap'N Crunch will try to bring it up...not in a creepy way, but in a "let's plan" way....nope. Don't want to talk about it. I'm not even 'talking' about it here. Next question, please.

2. Do you use a flat iron or a curling iron?

I use a curling iron to flatten my hair :) I don't have a flat iron, so I make do with a wide barrel curling works!

3. Hands-free or phone to the ear?

Phone to the ear! Even though I do think about what they say can happen when you talk with a cell phone to your ear....that's another thing I don't talk about. I know I'm in denial.

4. Do you have a matching bedroom set?

Nope. And I love it. We have a hope chest and a side table that belonged to my great-grandmother, a dresser that belonged to my grandmother and a dresser that I got for a great deal at Pier One...the older pieces match, but the thing from Pier One doesn''s got to find a new room to call home, but we need the space. One day...

5. Do you believe in the paranormal?

Umm? This is a weird question. I haven't ever really thought about it. Yes. No...Maybe?

Well, that's it! I hope you all have a great weekend. Remember to be thankful!