Sunday, March 27, 2016

Sunday Stealing: Easter Meme

This weeks Sunday Stealing was stolen from the Sunday Stealing archives.
Five Things I have A Passion For: Dogs, Reading, Eating, Sleeping and Coloring

Five Things I'd like to Learn Before I Die: I would like to learn to speak Spanish, how to knit, how to sleep better at night, how to not worry so much and how to dance better.

Five Things I say A Lot: "For Shits Sake", "Indeed", "I don't know", "Okay" and "I Love You"

Five Books and/or magazines I have Read Lately: I have read the following magazines lately - Reader's Digest, Good Housekeeping, People, Family Circle and Time.

Five Favorite Movies: Gone With the Wind, Twister, The Lion King, The Wizard of Oz and The Shawshank Redemption.

Five Places I would like to Travel To: Ireland, Hawaii, Bahamas, Florida and Alaska.
 

17 comments:

  1. Never been to Florida or the Bahamas, but I love Ireland.

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  2. I haven't read Reader's Digest in forever...used to love reading it.
    Florida is lovely. I especially liked first thing in the morning when we lived there...so clear and bright and not so humid yet.
    Happy Easter!

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    1. I love Florida also. I would love to move there.

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  3. You've just reminded me about that 'shit's sake' thing. I usually hear it with the f-bomb. Not that either makes sense right? We just have to say something.

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  4. Shit is my favorite, go-to swear word, and I'm going to steal Shit's Sake from you!

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  5. Oh, you went way back for The Wizard of Oz. Good choice.

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    1. We both have a passion for dogs, and want to see Ireland. I hope that you get to see it.
      And I used to rarely swear, but lately I'm actually shocking my hubby with outbursts, and getting "the look". Hang in there Shannon.

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  6. Wizard of Oz and GWTW are both such good, solid, popular choices. They were both released in 1939. I wonder if moviegoers sitting in the dark with their popcorn realized they were watching enduring classics.

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  7. I have a friend who says "indeed" constantly. Now I can't say it without thinking of him.

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