Saturday, January 16, 2021

Sunday Stealing- A to Z



 A - Annoyance:  People that are disrespectful

B - Bestest Friend[s]:  Lori and Kris  This is a picture of myself with Kris. 
 I have a cute one of Lori and I also, but I will just post one.  I am on the left.

C - Car:  I drive a white 2001 Toyota Camry and it runs great.   I would love to have a new one.

D - Day or night:  Both, I get things done during the day and I enjoy alone time at night...reading.

E- Easiest person to talk to?:  Lori and Kris...perfect!  I can share my picture of myself and Lori! 
Here we are....this was a crazy hair day.  Lori is also my friend that lost her husband to covid.
 He was 56.  I am on the right.

F - Favorite Month:  June...summer break has just started...once July hits it seems like time flies.

G - Gummy Bears or Worms:  Bears

H - Hair Color:  brown

I - Ice Cream:  vanilla...I am so boring.

J - Jewelry:  I wear my wedding ring, bracelets and necklaces sometimes.  Somewhere
along the way I quit wearing earrings.

K - Kindergarten:  I wouldn't mind teaching Kindergarten.

L - Longest Car Ride:  When you are going somewhere on vacation.  I always feel like we will
never get there.

M - Most missed person:  My dad, he passed away 3 years ago.

N - Number of Siblings:  I am an only child

O - One regret:   no regrets

P- Part of your appearance you like least?:  I need to lose weight 

Q- Quote:  

R - Reality TV Show:  The Voice

S - Shoe:  tennis shoe...I wear a size 7.

T - Time you woke up:  4:45AM, I am filling this out on a Friday.  I get up at this time
during the week.

U - Unpredictable?:  That can be fun.

V - Vegetable you hate:  tomatoes

W- Worst Habits:  I chew at my cuticles when I am nervous.

X - X-Rays:  I have had dental and and x-ray of my back for my chiropractor

Y - Year you were born: 1970

Z - Zoom:  It is ok, it comes in handy for sure!


  1. I really enjoy reading your answers, make me get to know you, smiles. Have a great Sunday, friend.

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    1. Lori: I'm so sorry to hear about your friend's husband!
      We will be watching football today, especially the Chiefs.
      I always enjoy your answers. Have a great Sunday.

  3. Nothing boring about vanilla - I do like most flavours though I have to say.




  4. Cute pics of you and your friends. I'm sorry about your friend's husband. We just learned yesterday that a friend passed from Covid. :(
    My husband is also the person who will go to an ice cream place that will custom blend anything you want into your choice of flavors and choose vanilla. Have a lovely day, Lori!

  5. I am sorry about your friend's husband. She will need you. We watched The Voice for the first time this fall, I had forgotten about that one.

  6. I stopped wearing earrings, too--mostly because of masks.
    Very cute photos--I'm glad you were able to post both. :) I'm very sorry for your friend's loss.

  7. I most often want vanilla ice cream as it's on cake or pie now.
    I bit at nails and cuticles til a high school teacher held my hand, looked into my eyes, and said "stop that"
    the power of people one admires... and used for goodness

  8. I'm sorry about your Dad. It's hard isn't it? I lost my Dad 2 years ago this coming March. The world is a little less colorful without him in it.

  9. Gosh. You made me feel so old!! I graduated from high school the year you were born. I lot my dad in 1989 and I still miss him. That doesn't end. You pictures of you and your BFF are SO cute!! Happy Sunday!

  10. You and your friend are so cute together! And, Covid got too real for you and your friend. I'm really sorry that she lost her dear hubby to it. 💔
    Wishing you a fruitful and calm week coming up...

  11. Hi Lori, I am sorry about your friend losing her husband. One of my friends lost her mom and her husband in the same week. I hate Covid! I know you miss your daddy as I miss mine. It will be 8 years in Feb. I think you would be a good kinder teacher! Loved all your pictures! Have a great week!

  12. I love the photo of you and your dad. I recall a friend saying, years ago, that there is "nothing sadder than a daddy's girl who lost her daddy." She was 35 at the time. Some losses you just don't get over.


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