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Taking this idea off of Pastor Lisa's blog...

1) Two names you go by

Deanna, Momma

2) Two things you're wearing right now

Blue tie dyed t-shirt and black sweats

3) Two things you want in a relationship

loyalty and ...mmmm... loyalty

4) Two of your favorite things to do

read and write

5) Two things you want very badly at the moment

a day off and something chocolate.

6) Two pets you have had or have now

When I was growing up my dog was Kelly. Our dog now is Geena.

7) Two people who will fill this out first:

would have been Pastor Lisa, but I got this off her blog, so...it will be Pastor Leanne if she's back from camp already, and Pastor Tara if she's got time amidst working on our new project. :-)

8) Two things you did last night

Took a long bubble bath and totally enjoyed the fact that school is back in session and the kids were asleep early. :-)

9) Two people that live in your house

My Superman - Larry and my Superson - Jordan

10) Two people you talked to last

Pastor Jennifer Lee and Pastor Eddie Rivero

11) Two things you're doing tomorrow

Going to work at the church office and Wednesday night service

12) Two longest car rides

Through the Mojave desert with no food or water. And, the drive from Florida to Maryland with our car having problems one time.

12) Two of your favorite holidays

Thanksgiving and Christmas

13) Two favorite beverages:

tea and coffee

Happy Wednesday, everybody! (((Hugs)))

Comments

Anonymous said…
Okay, I'll play, lol! I'm sitting in the office with all loose ends tied up before I leave on VACATION!! Other than my visitor calls, which I won't make until late afternoon/evening...

It's such a good feeling to be on top of things - one that I haven't felt in awhile, lol!!

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