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Monday, May 31, 2010

One Word Meme

This sounded fun, so I thought I'd do it.

The only rule is:

Not as easy as you might think…
1. Yourself: hurting
2. Your boyfriend/girlfriend husband: playing
3. Your hair: upswept
4. Your mother: wonderful
5. Your dog: n/a (no dog)
5a: Your Cat: outside
6. Your favourite item: stitching
7. Your dream last night: scary
8. Your favourite drink: water
9. Your dream car: Mustang
10. The room you are in: Living room
12. Your fear: alone
13. What you want to be in 10 years: Healthy
14. Who you hung out with last night: DH
15. What you’re not: uncaring
16. Muffin: blueberry
17. One of your wish list items: fabrics
18. Time: evening
19. The last thing you did: ate
20. What you are wearing: pajamas
21. Your favourite weather: Autumn
22. Your favourite book: It
23. The last thing you ate: sandwich
24. Your life: Good
25. Your mood: down
26. Your best friend(S): wonderful
27. What are you thinking about right now? pain
28. Your car: Mustang!
29. What are you doing at the moment?: Blogging
30. Your summer: hot
31. Your relationship status: Married
32. What is on your TV?: Elmo
33. What is the weather like?: overcast
34. When is the last time you laughed?: today

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