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Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Have You Ever?

Thank you Kcee for this tag.

1. Have you ever been on TV?
When my DD was little, our local TV station approached us asking if I wanted to be on the news with my DD while grocery shopping. I told the camera man "NO Thank You". That was the closest to be on TV.

2. Have you ever sung in public?
Yes, when I was in grade school (elementary).

3. Have you ever dyed your hair blond?
Nope, however, I dyed it Auburn when I was single.

4. Have you ever eaten frogs' legs?
No, not yet. But with the US economy anything is possible.

5. Have you ever received a present that you really hated?
I don't think so.

6. Have you ever walked into a lamp post?

7. Have you ever cooked a meal by yourself for more than 15 people?
Yes, every holiday.

8. Have you ever fallen or stumbled in front of others?
Yes, it was my very first time in registrar office of my high school. I sled going down the steps, and there was a cute boy right there watching me fall.

9. Have you ever done volunteer work?
Do mean being a SAHM is not volunteer work? ha ha ha Yes I have, waving sign for my candidate last spring.


MommyElvz February 4, 2009 at 9:25 PM  

Hi Nedekcir! I have something for u here--, hope you can grab it. Thanks!

have a great day!

Nedekcir February 14, 2009 at 9:18 AM  

Thanks mommy Elvs, I will sure stop by and grab it.

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