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My very good mommy friend, Tima, has tagged me!  Wow, my first tag! :)

This is how it goes:

Step 1 - Tima was tagged here

Step 2 - I was tagged here

Step 3 - Now is the fun bit. I'll answer Tima's 5 questions in this post,
and then I get to ask 5 new questions to the people that I tag.

Step 4 - If you get tagged, please answer my 5 questions on your blog in the form of a post.

Then ask 5 questions of your own.

Tag some people. There are no minimums. No maximums. Just tag.

Come back and use the LinkeyTool below to link your blog once you've tagged someone else so I can see what you wrote.

Ok so here goes! These are Tima's questions for me:
 
1. What is on your current reading list?
 
Well, I am addicted to my new Kindle and am currently reading:
 
 
 
I'm also ordering this book tonight to hopefully start reading ASAP:
 
 

2. What are the 5 places on your must-visit-list?


Ireland

Hawaii
Rome
Walt Disney World with my kids
Maine

3. What is your guilty pleasure?

An ice-cold fountain coke from McDonalds. I don't know why, but they are the best cokes ever.  And now, you can get a large for $1, so I find myself visiting the drive-thru way too often.

4. You order a pizza, but are limited to 3 toppings. What are they?

This one's easy: sausage, mushroom, green olives :)

5. Who was your favourite teacher and why?

With 12 years of Catholic school behind me, I would say my favorite teacher was Sister Elyse Marie.  She was an absolutely awesome person.  She taught 7th grade and everyone always wanted her to be their teacher.  She really made you feel special.

Ok, now it's my turn to tag.  But I am going to shake things up a bit by tagging...

EVERYONE! 

That's right, I'm asking everyone and anyone who stops by my blog to join in these questions.  I know people read my blog, but except for a couple of people, I don't know who you are.  And I'd like to get to know you.  So I will post my 5 questions and ask that if you'd like to participate, please answer the questions on your blog, then link up with this nifty linky tool at the bottom of the post.

Here are my five questions for YOU!

  1. What is your favorite book of all time?
  2.  If you could be any character in a movie, who would you be?
  3.  If you went to college, what did you major in? If you haven't gone to college, but plan to someday, what would you like to major in?
  4.  What is one item that you cannot live without?
  5. You are given $1,000.  You have one day where your kids, your house, your work will be taken care of for you.  What do you do?
Thanks everyone! :)

Comments

Unknown said…
Thanks for playing! So.... what's that new book you're currently reading?
Annie said…
Is nice to know you more!!

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