"And You Are...?" Blog Hop
Monday, December 3, 2012
Big thanks to Emily R. King and Tammy Theriault for hosting this blog hop! Here are my answers to the questions! :D
1. How many speeding tickets have you gotten? I've been pulled over for speeding, but ZERO tickets! Guess I'm too doggone charming. :-p
2. Can you pitch a tent? By myself? Are you kidding? Unless it's one of those little kid tents with the bendy poles. In that case, I'm a pro.
3. What was your worst vacation ever? Drawing a blank on this one. No bad vacations, I guess!
4. What was the last thing you bought over $100? Eee, my Christmas present! A painting of Jesus Christ, because I'm a believer, baby. (And yes, I bought my own present. Just because hubby wanted me to pick the one I wanted.)
5. We're handing you the keys to what? My own HOUSE!! I want my own house!!
6. What was the last meal you cooked that made even you sick? Yikes, haven't cooked anything THAT bad, lol! Although I did get sick browning some hamburger a few months ago, but that's because I was newly prego and the thought of raw meat was dee-sgus-ting.
7. Fill in the blank: Oh my gosh! Becky, look at her butt! It is so big. She looks like ____? Um, a rap-guy's girlfriend? I think. ;) *hears the song in my head*
8. What was your first car? A Chevy Blazer. Oh yeah, rocking the Blazer.
9. Your best friend falls and gets hurt. Do you ask if he/she's okay or laugh first? Depends on the situation! If it's because of something funny, then I'll totally laugh, but still make sure they're okay. But if it's super serious, then definitely not!
10. What's the worst song ever? Man, I try to forget them, cuz I don't want them in my head! But first to pop up--She Thinks My Tractor's Sexy by (had to look this up, since I'm not a country fan) Kenny Chesney. Puke my guts out.
Thanks for dropping by everybody, and I'm excited to bebop around and see your answers too!! :D
I'm a mother, a Mormon and a musician, and I squee over all things pink and sparkly. I write books about doors that shouldn't be opened and enchanted tears that shouldn't be shed. I'm the proud wife of a farmer, and we live in a dinky Idaho farm town where the chances of getting stuck in tractor-induced traffic jams are highly likely. I believe anything can be made better with a good attitude and maybe a book packed away for those just-in-case times.