Friday, 2 July 2010

Happy Friday: Five Question Friday

1. What is one thing you miss the most about childhood?

Not having to worry about that was nice. Would I trade back? Probably not because so far its only gotten better

2. Are you still friends with your friends from high school?

I am friends with a few but we're not as close.

3. Is there a catch phrase, cliche, or word that just drives you bonkers every time you hear it?

I hate hate hate the use of "TY" for thank you. TY is a brand of beanie babies or the first name of the Extreme Makeover's host. It does not show your appreciation.

4. What is one thing that you think symbolizes America...besides "Old Glory"?

I've always loved the song My Country Tis of Thee...(and apple pie)

"My country,' tis of thee,

sweet land of liberty, of thee I sing;
land where my fathers died,
land of the pilgrims' pride,
from every mountainside let freedom ring! "

5. What are your 4th of July weekend plans?

As I'm in South Korea I'm going to miss out on all the cookouts and fireworks-which I love. Just means I have to do it up big next year (after all it'll be my first fourth as a mrs.). We'll probably go to the Meat Home (a buffet restaurant that specializes in meat) and get pizza on Sunday. Maybe call the folks.

What are your answers?


  1. i totally agree! either say "thank you" or don't :) - i also hate thx. thanks for the comments on the blog!

  2. Great answers! I have to say that I absolutely LOVE your blog layout and colors and design! It is so colorful and awesome!! I dig the tunes too!

    I'm a new follower from 5QF. Happy 4th!


  3. Could not agree more about the "TY." I will never be able to look at those letters and not think of the embarrassing collection my siblings and I had growing up!!

  4. hey, you're somewhat near to where i am, philippines :) new follower here from NFF :)

  5. I'll have to think about my answers but in the meantime, I was honored to have received an award and am passing one on to you. Details here:


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