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Fricken biological clock!

Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Tik...tok...tik....tok...

I need a snooze button!! I knew it was inevitable, a serious discussion about having another kiddo. My hubby approached me about it and wants to start trying for a second. I feel conflicted on a number of levels. Of course I would be happy no matter what (well, maybe with the exception of multiples!), but I am worried about the timing. Which leads us to the ole' clock. I'm going to be 33 next week and I am very aware of the risks of 'advanced maternal age' starting at 35. So despite my concerns I can't help but think, "The time is now!".

I will spare you all the multitude of anxieties I'm having about the prospect of having another child, but I do want to write about my concern about my weight gain during pregnancy. I am TERRIFIED to get pregnant and gain a bunch of weight again. I hate to even say that out loud because it sounds so vain! However, I have worked SO HARD and I am still not where I want to be! I still want to lose 20 pounds more and ENJOY it some!! When I was pregnant before I had morning sickness my entire pregnancy which caused me to be so, so inactive and (ironically) to turn to comfort food to make me feel better, not a good combo. Hence, the 60+ pound weight gain.

Siiigh. I guess it will all work out like it is supposed to and there is no need to pre-worry, right? :)

  
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AMCKENNA003 9/15/2011 1:44PM

    I understand all your worries but in the end you have to follow your heart. You can have a fit pregnancy and you know they say breastfeeding helps you shed the pounds. Haha! Just a thought. In the end whats meant to be will be.

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SHAN2SHAGG 9/7/2011 6:11PM

    girl, you are strong, and young, go for it!! I am 39 and said I would have my last when I was 40. well, that gives me this one last year and my husband approached me as well the other day if I wanted another. He wanted me to sell her crib and I said, really? like, maybe I want another? I will have to think about that one. I do have my hands full with 4. I feel like if you are working hard at weight loss success, then the fat will melt away, don't let baby tell you otherwise!! You can do it!!! I even ran partway pregnancy with one of mine. I am sure I got the looks! emoticon

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SNUZSUZ 8/17/2011 9:30AM

    My second pregnancy was totally different than my first. I didn't gain hardly any weight and lost it immediately. Anyways, good luck and God bless!

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ARGYLE-RUNNER 8/17/2011 9:04AM

    a few of things I'd like to share with you:

first, SparkPeople has a pregnancy site called BabyFit - I wish I had known about the Spark world during my pregnancies - I think a place like that would have helped me achieve more pregnancy health and fitness goals

second, I had both of my children after 35 (at 37 and 38), the doctors tended to fuss a bit more and do more tests it seemed, but were shocked that I had virtually trouble free and very healthy pregnancies, even though I was overweight (obese) when I had both pregnancies, I only gained about 30 lbs with each, which I lost within 2 months of giving birth both times

third, I found SparkPeople about 6 months ago, and I am the lowest weight I have been in about 20 years - I was able to lose almost 30 lbs that I have been carrying around for a very long time AFTER two pregnancies, and AFTER 35 (another thing people say that weight is hard to lose after)

just remember there are no absolutes :)

wishing you peace and comfort in your decision process - and know there are wonderful communities here to support you :)

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AKATUJE 8/17/2011 8:43AM

    Each pregnancy is different, so there is a very likely chance that the next one will be so much smoother.

I gained 60+ with my first, i actually went over the 200lb mark. But with my second, i gained 45. still not a good number but more than 15 less.

My advice, continue with the program, keep the goal in mind. You will not workout as much, but you can eat so much better. Find a way to affirm yourself every day, regardless of what is happening, that is not food. So that when the tough days and tough emotions come, you are better equipped to handle them. Stay on SP and talk it out when you need to.

I think you will be ok. Whenever you are ready, you will do just fine.

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PATTYJILL 8/17/2011 8:43AM

    Hey sweetie. Please try not to worry about this. I too was in the exact same place many years ago. However I was a bit older than you. I had my 2nd child at the age of 42!!! He is perfect in every way, shape and form. I found I couldn't stress over my age as I wanted to be ready for another child yet was afraid I couldn't handle a 2nd or would not have enough love to share...wrong. Relax and have another child when you are ready. You need to be ready so you can enjoy your pregnancy. Good luck.

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SARALEIGHM 8/17/2011 7:49AM

    They say that each pregnancy is different, so don't expect everything to be the same. I only had one child, but I know many who had more than one and the same things didn't happen each time. You can make wiser decisions with the next because you're better informed about the effect on your body. But you have to remember to avoid not gaining enough weight. If you decide to go ahead, be sure to talk to your doctor about your weight and exercise concerns. Ultimately, don't let your fear of losing the weight afterwards be the most important factor in making the right decision.

I think the suggestion to wait a few more months, then discuss it again is a good one. Don't rush into it, and don't let your DH push you into making a decision before you're ready. And you know wha? If you want another child but don't want to have one, there's always adoption. There are lots of babies being born every day still who need a loving home. You can have more children without "having" them and love them just as much.
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EUGENERUGOSA 8/17/2011 6:56AM

    a few thoughts...

I had my last child at age 35 w/ no worries & no complications & according to a nurse friend of mine who is now pregnant, the "worry" age has been moved up to 37, so, you may have a little more time left on your clock then you think.

Second, I LOST weight w/ my second child. I was not sick at all, I felt great, stayed moving & made good food choices (better ones then I do now actually, because it was for her not me), so weight gain is not an inevitable path.

Third, you have information & support now that you may not have had during your first pregnancy here on spark!!

Finally, whatever you & your hubby decide will be the right thing to do. A baby is a forever blessing...a weight gain is a temporary annoyance!

Best of luck either way!

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COCOMAC7 8/17/2011 12:38AM

    I have the same sort of questions and worries in my head. I have a 5 yr old and I'm now 32 yrs old. So. . . time is ticking. My fiance and I talk about another kid all the time. We just aren't ready yet as we want to build a house. I feel like I have until the house is done to be at a happy place bodywise as it will be time to get pregnant.

I gained 30 lbs when pregnant as I was so sick and couldn't eat for 5 months of the pregnancy. I'm hoping to not be so sick the next time, but to still only gain around 30lbs. It's not easy to give up your body.

I think this time around though I will have spark to motivate me afterwards to lose the weight and keep it off.
whatever you decide will be the right decision for you. Nothing wrong with saying let's talk about this again in 3, 6, 9 12 months from now. I'm not quite ready.

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APIRLRAIN888 8/16/2011 11:19PM

    Lol me two yrs ago! 32...had issues....but think it was chance not age! Bad placenta, cause unknown. I was here last yr to rid baby weight!

But there are a lot of spark pregnancy! My Sis did it right didn't gain much at first pregnancy and lost it quick!

Wish I knew about spark then ;)

Good luck!

And yes under 35 less needles and shots and tests

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Feeling kinda sad

Friday, July 15, 2011

I've been in a funk all day and have been fighting the urge to scarf down all the foods I've been missing in an effort to feel better. I did good though, I didn't give in. I also didn't want to go to the gym, but I forced myself to go anyway.

I am feeling really isolated and sad. I work from home and my days pretty much consist of working, going to the gym, and then coming home and taking care of my daughter. I've worked for the company I am with now since I moved here 4 years ago. The first two years I worked in the office. I was friendly with a couple of the girls there and used to hang out with one of them outside of work every now and again. Over the last year, there has been a lot of changes and I hardly know anyone that works for the company (it's small, there are about 15 of us). Today they had a baby shower for one of the girls. I will spare you all the details, but they basically forgot to tell me that they changed the location, they upped the time, and they started without me. I just happened to text one of my coworkers (that I used to be friendly with) to make sure I was going to the right place and that is when she told me they moved it and already got started! I got there and they had already ate and were more than half way through the shower!! This really, really hurt my feelings that no one thought to contact me to let me know (or even noticed I wasn't there). The one girl that I used to be friends with never calls me anymore and has basically ignored my invite to go to lunch sometime. I think maybe she is upset with me about something that happened with work a while back, but I don't have the nerve to ask her if she is still upset (I thought we talked it out). I don't know why, but I have been so emotional about this all day. I don't have extended family here and only have two people that I considered friends (and that's counting my coworker that I don't think likes me anymore!) and feel so lonely sometimes :( My poor husband has to be my EVERYTHING! I know it's probably exhausting for him. Siiigh. I'll get out of this funk soon. I just needed to blog it out...sorry, I know the bulk of this didn't have to do with weight loss... just don't want to bother my hubby with whining about it! :)

  
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TAYLORAT 8/4/2011 1:08PM

    Sorry I am late on this. I went out of town for a bit. I am sure they did not leave you out intentionally and they may have even felt bad. I would have. I have to say it would have made me feel bad as well. Good for you for not stress eating. I started stress eating about three weeks ago and I need to quit sugar again, I just don't feel like it right now. So, I guess I'm in an "I don't care enough" funk right now. I am still working out and making mostly good food choices, but I'm not feeling it right now. I guess I do rely on food for comfort. Don't follow my example though! So hard to quit sugar once you start again.

My family lives in the midwest and I am on the east coast. My husband's family is very small and not very close so it is just us with no family support like other people have. I get so jealous when other people's parents give them a break with the kids so they can go out. I do not trust babysitters very much and I already fork out a lot of money for daycare for two little boys. We have no family willing to watch our kids for even a few hours. So, we don't go out or meet up with friends much at all. Some of our friends don't have kids so we don't hang out too much. We, and our friends with kids, are all busy doing our different kid activities like sports. So, I only have interactions at work most of the time. I really like the people I work with, but we all have different lives. Sometimes I get so tired of work, gym, kids, laundry, work, gym, kids, laundry. (My husband does most of the cooking and dishes emoticon)

Hang in there and vent anytime. Hope this support didn't come too late!

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MISSFORTE 7/18/2011 3:02PM

    I understand my family and I are not close when I blog about family it's my husbands family. I work in a big corporate office a have a few friends but none of us really hang out after work. We don't have kids and a lot of the people I know I am their kids age or they have kids I always invite the couple with their kids but it gets complicated I guess everyone is welcome.

My husband is my everything and I am to him also. He has work friends and we've tried to hang out but it gets weird w/ all their drama ex wives baby mama and so on and so on.

When my husband and I fight it's terrible b/c I have no one!!!!! besides my new Spark friends YEAH!!!!

I am glad you didn't eat those bad foods and glad you made it to the gym.

Are you still loving this challenge? this challenge has helped me w/ some similar stress in my life.

Best wishes!

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JAVAQUEEN74 7/17/2011 2:37PM

    BAH. So sorry to hear. :( Some people are just dumb. And your husband loves you and WANTS to be your everything. ;)

And this is YOUR blog. Write about whatever the heck you want!

Hang in there, girl!! emoticon

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SNUZSUZ 7/17/2011 6:56AM

    I'm sorry to hear you are feeling down. I was like that lst month for 3 weeks. I am alone almost all the time also, and it is very lonely. Sometimes it's hard to even get out of bed because I have nothing to do anyways. That is why I like SP so much. It gives me a reason to get up and get dressed and so something, and everyone here is so supportive and friendly. I only work 3 days a week and I work the night shift so there isn't anyone awake when I get to work, and no one awake when I leave except fot me and the front desk clerk. Sp is my company:)

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MELSBELLS 7/16/2011 2:33PM

    I'm in that same place right now. It's ok to feel hurt by those girls that u weren't included but I'm sure it wasn't intentional. Just know that it won't always be so bad. It's never is. Things always get better eventually. That's what helps me get through funks. Hang in there. You've got friends here to support you!

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AMELIASEWS 7/16/2011 12:02PM

    Hope today is better for you!
I've been in the same boat and it's no fun. Here's a virtual hug!



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SIMLIFY 7/16/2011 9:02AM

    {{{Hugs}}} Do you have any moms groups in your area? They are really popular in Phoenix and can usually be found on the Internet (i.e. Meetup.com). Also, are there any professional-based organizations that meet monthly? And sometimes gyms have a list of members that are looking for workout buddies.

Oh my, I'm solution-minded today. That means my testosterone is high and I'm thinking like a guy. Hehehehe

It's okay to blog when things are tough - better than old habits, right?

You've come a long way, baby! emoticon

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SARALEIGHM 7/16/2011 8:04AM

    I'm so sorry! It's really inexcusable for no one to have even thought to tell you of all the changes, since you were obviously on the list of people invited and attending. I've worked from home for most of my life, with my own design business, so I've had no coworkers to hang around with either. It can get very lonely. As I approach 60 (ack!), I realize that my friendships have evolved over time. The people I spend the most time with now are not the same ones I spent time with 10 years ago. Sometimes it's just impossible not to let it get to you, but don't let the funk take hold and stick around! Get to the gym and exercise it away!
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TARANITUP 7/15/2011 9:39PM

    I can relate to you in a big way. Although I do work in a big corporate office, I've drifted apart from most of the friends I had there... there was always so much drama and when I had a baby and got serious with Andrew I just realized I didnt need the drama on my plate. Plus none of my 'friends' at work are in the same place in life. It's hard... my family is not close either. AND andrew works nights... so I get in funks too! That is probably what helped me be able to lose so much weight so fast... exercise helped me through the funks!

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SILVERCHICK 7/15/2011 8:13PM

    I'm sorry you're feeling down. But can I just say that I TOTALLY relate to how you feel. I don't have many close friends here and I rely on my boyfriend a lot for venting and being MY everything. I have a hard time making friends because most girls my age are really into the bar scene and drinking and it's just never been my thing. So it's tough, I know! Hopefully things will look better tomorrow emoticon

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Secret to Success

Sunday, July 10, 2011

"Purchase xy book and learn the secret to weight loss!", "Follow my program, and I will help break the fat loss code!", "What's the celebrity's secret to a svelte figure? Our weight loss cookies!", blah, blah, blah.

It's funny, when people start noticing you've lost weight you get the same two questions. Of course the first question is, "Have you lost weight?," and then the second is, "How did you do it?". I can understand why people ask how you did it, because all the advertisers want us to think that weight loss is elusive. In order to wrap your hands around the Holy Grail of weight loss you must first whip out your Visa or Mastercard. I am guilty of this too. I have half read weight loss books, have a number of fitness gadgets that quickly went to the yard sale pile, and injested magic pills that, in hindsight, I really shouldn't have.

I usually reply by saying something to the effect of, "I'm eating healthier and excersing". Hmm, imagine that! You know that commercial for those pills that says, "If you take our xy pill along with regular excercise and a healthy diet we guarantee you will lose weight", well you can subtract the pill from that equation and still get the same results!! I've been giving my response to the "How did you do it" question some thought and a light bulb came on. The real secret is this: will power. We all know what we are supposed to do to be healthy. We know that grabbing an apple is healthier than grabbing those Cheetos. We all know that going for a walk is better for us than plopping down on the couch for another Seinfeld rerun. The real secret is not something that requires a Visa or Mastercard, it is something within you, plain, ole', sticktoitedness. emoticon

  
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MICHSTATE 7/12/2011 12:45PM

    WooHoo!!!!! I couldn't have said it better myself!!!!!:-)

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SIMLIFY 7/11/2011 9:58PM

    Who is Will Power and how did you find him? emoticon

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GREENLISABEAN 7/11/2011 12:02PM

    I was thinking about this over the weekend. It really DOES have to be a combo of diet and exercise - not just because it takes both to create a calorie deficit since we live in a world where we (mostly) aren't doing manual labor 16 hours a day.

It takes both because the exercise MAKES your body crave healthy foods and reasonable portions, and healthy foods and correct portions fuel your exercise.

It's an emoticon feedback loop!

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SARALEIGHM 7/11/2011 7:55AM

    Very true! And now I feel guilty because I haven't been sticking to it!

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AMELIASEWS 7/11/2011 7:41AM

    I think you hit the nail on the head! Have a great day!

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TARANITUP 7/11/2011 7:16AM

    So true... someone asked me that recently and I said that I exercise a LOT and watch what I eat... they rolled their eyes... lol. Sorry no secrets here! Like RuPaul said, "YOU BETTER WORK!"

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TURTLERAE55 7/10/2011 11:30PM

    Yes, we do have to have the will power to eat healthy and exercise.

Keep up the good work

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BUTTERFLYAT38 7/10/2011 11:22PM

    emoticon Thats the truth!

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Granny panties

Friday, July 08, 2011

I threw them away. I read on one of the motivational Spark member's pages that you should throw away those granny panties if they don't make you feel good and that is exactly what I did! They were pretty baggy on me and sure as HELL didn't make me feel good! I've been working hard and I don't need them around to remind me of how big my bootay once was! I replaced them with some nicer ones, not sexy ones yet (still workin'), but better :) emoticon

  
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AKATUJE 7/11/2011 8:42AM

    YAY!!!!

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MISSFORTE 7/11/2011 8:39AM

    Awesome feeling to get rid of clothes that don't fit! I hope you go get pretty ones! emoticon

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AMELIASEWS 7/11/2011 7:43AM

    It feels great to empty your closet of those ill-fitting clothes!

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TARANITUP 7/9/2011 8:09PM

    Awesome I hope it gave you a sense of freedom :)

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MICHSTATE 7/9/2011 9:33AM

    You go girl!!!!!:-)

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PAIGESMAMA 7/9/2011 12:10AM

    I love it. I bought some new undies before our vacation, but haven't thrown the grannie panties away yet. Sounds like I should do that this weekend. I have gotten rid of almost all of the clothes that are too big, so why not the undies?
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SARALEIGHM 7/8/2011 7:59PM

    Good idea! I only wear pretty undies, even if nobody but me knows most of the time. It does give you a boost, doesn't it?

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SIMLIFY 7/8/2011 6:06PM

    Good philosophy for any clothes. If they don't feel good or make you feel great...get rid of them! emoticon

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ANNAVICTORYA 7/8/2011 3:17PM

    YAY! I did the same a couple weeks ago, but sent with some ill fitting bras and old socks! Was quite liberating! LOL

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HEALTHYCOCONUT 7/8/2011 12:54PM

    Way to go!! I say get one or two sexy ones now...

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LTMURPHY7 7/8/2011 12:12PM

 

good job. Just don't go to tongs . they look terrible on 99% of women

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GREENLISABEAN 7/8/2011 12:12PM

    girly post your results on the Jillian page! Maybe she'll give you a ten minute grace period!

The team needs your Rock Star help! By my count they have 105 weigh in points and we have 85!

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Get to know you survey! Copy and reblog, friends! :)

Tuesday, July 05, 2011

50 Questions (Everything you either did or did not want to know about MCKERI) and I hope, for my sake, many of you repeat this blog so I can get to know you better.

1. WERE YOU NAMED AFTER ANYONE?
Nope

2. WHEN WAS THE LAST TIME YOU CRIED?
Probably when I was upset about work.

3. DO YOU LIKE YOUR HANDWRITING?
I've been told my handwriting looks like hieroglifics (errr.. don't know how to spell that!) :)

4. WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE LUNCH MEAT?
Ham (reduced sodium, of course).

5. DO YOU HAVE KIDS?
I've got one crazy baby, Avery :) She just turned 2.

6. IF YOU WERE ANOTHER PERSON WOULD YOU BE FRIENDS WITH YOU?
OMG, I would be my bestie!

7. DO YOU USE SARCASM ALOT?
See above.

8. DO YOU STILL HAVE YOUR TONSILS?
No. I have observed that many Southeners have their tonsils still. I think everyone up North gets them out when they are young!

9. WOULD YOU BUNGEE JUMP?
No. I don't like the idea of bouncing and just dangling there. I would tandem skydive though!

10. WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE CEREAL?
Now that Spark has reformed me, Multigrain Cheerios. Not so health consicious Keri used to enjoy a bowl of Coca Pebbles (okay, maybe two bowls).

11. DO YOU UNTIE YOUR SHOES WHEN YOU TAKE THEM OFF?
No, never! I never thought about that!

12. DO YOU THINK YOU ARE STRONG?
I'm getting there!

13. WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE ICE CREAM?
Ugh, Edy's cookie dough ice cream or Ben and Jerry's Phish food. Both contributed to my 60 pound weight gain during my pregnancy.

14. WHAT IS THE FIRST THING YOU NOTICE ABOUT PEOPLE?
If they are friendly.

15. RED OR PINK?
Pink!

16. WHAT IS THE LEAST FAVORITE THING ABOUT YOURSELF?
I need to work on my patience...I'm Irish and can be kinda quick tempered sometimes!

17. WHO DO YOU MISS THE MOST?
My Mom. She's in Michigan and I've been down South for about ten years now. I especially miss her now that I have a little one.

18. WHAT IS THE PAUL MCKENNA TECHNIQUE THAT YOU NEED TO WORK ON THE MOST?
None, seeing as I don't have the froggiest idea who he is or what his techinques entail.

19. WHAT COLOR SHOES ARE YOU WEARING?
N/A- My pigs are naked.

20. WHAT WAS THE LAST THING YOU ATE?
A delicious hamburger with swiss cheese and green chilis. My hubby cooked a new recipe from "Cook this, not that".

21. WHAT ARE YOU LISTENING TO RIGHT NOW?
The baseball game my husband has on. Hence why I'm doing a goofy survey! :)

22. IF YOU WERE A CRAYON, WHAT COLOR WOULD YOU BE?
Purple.

23. FAVORITE SMELLS?
My daughter after her bath and lotion :)

24. WHO WAS THE LAST PERSON YOU TALKED TO ON THE PHONE?
A client.

25. MOUNTAIN HIDEAWAY OR BEACH HOUSE?
Yes, please.

26. FAVORITE SPORTS TO WATCH?
Basketball!

27. HAIR COLOR?
Is growing out and lookin' kinda trashy...need to get my highlights redid.

28. EYE COLOR?
Blue, like my Dad.

29. DO YOU WEAR CONTACTS?
Not right now cuz I can't afford the stupid annual exam! Stupid, crappy, insurance!

30. FAVORITE FOOD?
Anything Mexican..YUM!

31. SCARY MOVIES OR HAPPY ENDINGS?
Happy!

32. LAST MOVIE YOU WATCHED?
The King's Speech. I finally turned it back into Netflix after, like, a month!

33. WHAT COLOR SHIRT ARE YOU WEARING?
Big, gray, comfy sweatshirt. It's like a hug :)

34. SUMMER OR WINTER?
Fall.

35. HUGS OR KISSES?
Depends who is on the other end.

36. FAVORITE DESSERT?
Brownies and a cold glass of milk.

37. STRENGTH TRAINING OR CARDIO?
I prefer cardio, but I am begining to understand and appreciate the importance of ST.

38. COMPUTER OR TELEVISION?
Computer, since you can watch most TV on it too.

39. WHAT BOOK ARE YOU READING NOW?
I'm not. I need to take my happy self to the library!

40. WHAT IS ON YOUR MOUSE PAD?
My finger. No mouse pad, gotta laptop.

42. FAVORITE SOUND?
Both Avery's and my hubby's laughter. My husband has a fantastic belly laugh!

43. ROLLING STONES OR BEATLES?
Beatles..."All you need is love..bababadada..."

44. WHAT IS THE FARTHEST YOU HAVE BEEN FROM HOME?
CA, I guess.

45. DO YOU HAVE A SPECIAL TALENT?
I like to draw, but I'm not sure I ever developed it enough to be considered a talent :)

46. WHERE WERE YOU BORN?
Hackley Hospital, in Muskegon, Michigan.

47. WHERE ARE YOU LIVING NOW?
Greer, South Carolina.

48. WHAT COLOR IS YOUR HOUSE?
Beige with blue shutters and a blue door.

49. WHAT COLOR IS YOUR CAR?
Blue, with some yellow from where a gas pump pole jumped out at me :p

50. DO YOU LIKE ANSWERING 50 QUESTIONS?
Sure, it beats folding that basket of clothes that's waiting for me :) HAPPY SPARKING!!

  
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SNUZSUZ 7/6/2011 11:53AM

    Great idea! I will copy and post it on my blog!

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AMELIASEWS 7/6/2011 9:42AM

    What fun! I'll have to copy and post when I'm at lunch! emoticon

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PAIGESMAMA 7/6/2011 12:15AM

    I like this.

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