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Five Question Friday from a very tired mom

Bad blogger here. But I wanted to play along today.

1. If you were free to just hop in the car and drive, where would you go? 
Or, if you could hop a plane and go anywhere, where?
Although I will be headed west very shortly, I'd still rather be in New Orleans. 
With Keith. 
At Cafe du Monde. 
Eating beignets. 
We should really just move there.

2. What's your most recently read favorite book?
Currently I am re-reading the Sookie Stackhouse Southern Vampires Mystery books.
 I forgot how much I love her. 
True Blood is nice too because of this guy:
Sorry, I digress. Where was I again?
3. What's your favorite Spring Break memory?
Well, not surprisingly, I don't have any wild and crazy spring break stories. 
Once we went to Florida with my grandparents. Wow, I'm boring.
Perhaps after next week, I will have something to share
This one time
I went to Vegas
And the kids stayed home...
4. What do you put in your child's Easter basket? 
Or, for those w/o kids, what was put in your childhood basket?
This year, they are getting.... hmmm. what did I buy them???
Connor - jump rope, and um. Seriously I suck. I cannot remember what I bought them.
I do know the bag is in the back of my closet.
(Someone tell Keith in case I decide to not come back...) ;)
Also, candy is not involved. My kids hate candy.
Or is it, I hate my kids on candy?!?!
However I do hope that Keith puts this in my Easter basket:

5. Do you get a summer haircut?
Not really. I will dye it a lighter color if I have the time and can find a pretty color.


Sarann said…
I love Reese's peanut butter eggs, yum! Have a great weekend!
Unknown said…
Could you ask Keith to get one of those Reese eggs for my basket too please?
Unknown said…
I came across your website and found it very enjoyable. I just had a couple of questions so if you could e-mail me back that would be great!

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