Hadn’t seen one of these in a while and thought I’d share my version of it:


A- Age – 41

B- Book you are reading right now:  Chihuahuas for Dummies 

C- Crush: My husband, of course! 

D- Dad’s name: Jimmy

E- Easiest person to talk to: My husband

F- Favorite ice cream: Anything made by Blue Bell, but more specifically Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough and Rocky Road 

G- Gummy worms or gummy bears: Gummy Bears

H- Hometown: Alvin, Texas

I- Iced or warm drinks:  Iced tea, ice in my Diet Coke, lots of ice 

J- Junior high: Alvin Jr. High

K- KIDS: Jami – almost 10

L- Longest car ride ever: Seattle, Washington to Houston Texas — 9 days

M- Mom’s name: Norma Jean

N- Nicknames: LaLa

O- One wish: Financial freedom

P- Phobia[s]: The thought of going off a bridge over water in a car terrifies me . . .

Q- Quote from you: “I’ve got to get more organized . . . “

R- Reason to smile:  My family 

S- Song you sang last:  I can’t remember for certain, but I’m sure it was one of Jimmy Buffett’s . . . we’re all parrotheads here.

T- Time you woke up today: 10:00 a.m. (My guy let me sleep in because I’ve been doing the Thanksgiving thang for the last three days — cooking, cleaning, etc.)

U- Unknown fact about me:  I’m pretty much an open book, so I can’t really think of anything.

V- Vegetable[s] you hate: Brussel sprouts

W- Worst habit: Mismanaging my time and frequently running late, following by mismanaging my money and frequently running short . . .

X- X-rays you’ve had: neck, spine, foot, head, and teeth

Y Years since you’ve been to church?  0

Z- Zodiac sign: Don’t believe in the Zodiac, but I was born January 27, so I guess it would be Aquarius (which is kind of funny because I do love the water, in spite of that bridge/water/car phobia thing).

One thought on “My “ABC’s”

  1. I see despite the bridge/water phobia you make it to Galveston. Aren’t you glad it isn’t a bridge like the Florida Keys… miles and miles of water and bridge…. I’m with you on that one. For me it isn’t a water/bridge phobia… it’s cliffs. Maybe it comes from growing up in the mountains and every year having two or three accidents where a semi would go off the cliff…. it just kind of sticks with you. I drive mountains like a pro but at those switchbacks/cliffs…. I tend to be very cautious. I think we all have a phobia of some sort.


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