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Follow Friday Four Fill in Fun #75

August 16, 2012

It’s time to join Hilary over at Feeling Beachie for some fill in fun.

It’s super easy and so fun to see what everyone comes up with.

Each week, she plans on listing four statements with a blank for you to fill in on our own blogs. If you want to join the fun and come up with four fill in’s of your own, please email them to her at feelingbeachie@gmail.com. If she uses them, she will add you as co-host to the hop! This week’s co-host is Janice from Janice’s Footsteps (she came up with the last two statements)

Hilary would LOVE it if you could please help her spread the word about this hop…. So, please tweet, FaceBook share, and add the linky to your post…

This weeks statements:

  1. I ___ so much __ in a day
  2. I don’t like ____ but I love ___
  3. When I watch_______ I ­­­­____
  4. I have ________in my wallet.

My answers:

1. I drink so much tea in a day… all kinds. Chai tea and rooibus are on top of the list!

2. I don’t like raisins but I love grapes.

3. When I watch Little One on the computer I always shake my head in awe.

4. I have a gold one dollar coin in my wallet. It’s my good luck charm.  

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Follow Friday Four Fill in Fun

February 2, 2012

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Each week Hilary at Feeling Beachie lists 4 statements with blanks for us to fill in. If you would like to help her out with some statements and she uses them… she will make you co-host!!! It’s easy and fun! So come along and join her…

This weeks statements:

1. I never eat ______.

2. I am not a ___ .

3. I think ______ are really weird.

4. Sometimes when I __________ I always wonder if people are ___________.

My answers:

  1. I never eat anything that has raisins in it. They make me gag!
  2. I am not a Pinterest addict, yet. I have not had the guts to look at it because I don’t need to add it to my obsessions when it comes to social media.
  3. I think that people who have every inch of their bodies tattooed are really weird

4. Sometimes when I speak I always wonder if people are understanding my accent.