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One word meme from Tara


Tagged by Tara ...here we go...

1. Where is your cell phone? PURSE
2. Your significant other? TEEBY
3. Your hair? HIGHLIGHTED
4. Your Skin? COMBINATION
5. Your mother? UNIQUE
6. Your favorite thing? SERVING
7. Your dream last night? FORGOTTEN
8. Your favorite drink? TEA
9. Your dream/goal? WRITING
10. The room you're in? FAMILY
11. Your ex? NONE
12. Your fear? UNDERWATER
13. Where do you want to be in 6 years? WRITING
15. What you're not? LAZY
16. Muffins? YUMMY
17. One of your wish list items? AFRICA
18. Where you grew up? BALTIMORE
19. The last thing you did? LAUNDRY
20. What are you wearing? NIGHTIE
21. Your TV? LIFETIME
22. Your pet(s)? NADA
23. Your computer: HP
24 Your life? ADVENTURE
25. Your mood? PASSIONATE
26. Missing someone? SOME
27. Your car? GONE
28. Something you're not wearing? SHOES
29. Favorite store? PENNEYS
30. Summer time? BEACH
31. Like someone? LOVE
32. Your favorite color? PINK
33. When is the last time you laughed? TODAY
34. Last time you cried? YESTERDAY
35. Who will reply to this? LEANNE
36. Whose answers are you anxious to see? LEANNE

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