Thursday, July 2, 2009

Honest Scrap

Thanks Michelle for giving me this honest scrap award. I sometimes wonder if I am too honest sometimes..hehe But I love that I can get on here and be honest with all of my sisters!!!

Here are the Honest Scrap stipulations:
1. Choose a minimum of 7 blogs that you find interesting and engaging
2. Show the 7 winners names and links on your blog and leave a comment informing them that they have won the "Honest Scrap Award"
3. List at least 10 honest things about yourself
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Honestly...

1. Since my miscarriage I have atleast one breakdown a day.

2. I just ordered Managing PCOS for dummies b/c I am so frustrated with myself!!

3. I HAVE to sleep with my socks on.

4. My dog Maggie is so my first born child :D

5. I love sci-fi. Like supernatural, smallville, transformers...etc LOVE IT ALL!!

6. I sometimes stutter, but not like a normal stutter...my brain does it and I can't get my words out...does that even make sense??

7. I can't run...never could...never will. I was not born to run...just walk!! So that is why I love my eliptical.

8. One of my biggest fears is that I would lose one of my parents before I have kids.

9. I love brit. spears' songs...they are great workout and cleaning house songs!!

10. Even though I complain about being pigmentally challenged..or PALE!!! I actually like it b/c it is me :D

11. Let me break the rules..and add one more. I am lazy when it comes to posting links so I am skipping that part. I consider all of my sisters...YES YOU...the most honest and loving women I have ever met...or known!! Love you all!! If you wanna do this...feel free!

2 comments:

The Unproductive One said...

Your 8th fear came true for me last year and it broke my heart and does every day since....

Dana said...

I am SO sorry to hear that...I am always afraid of losing one of my parents before they get to meet my kiddos. I lost my grandparents at a young age and one of my grandmothers had passed away when my mom was in her early 20s...so I have seen the pain from my mom's eyes of losing a momma. I never want to experience that!