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Thursday Night 5QF Sneak Peek!!

Oh, the gorgeousness abounds here! Mid 70's, clear, bright blue skies...a thunderstorm or two rolling through...feels like summer!


I'm getting this sneak peek up early(ish) 'cuz I want y'all to have time to dig out those old prom pictures...can't WAIT to see what everyone wore! (Just wait until you see my get up.)






Spent the day with my girls...Belle had her 6 month follow-up appointment (prescription change) and we received FABULOUS news! (More on that in another post...too much to fill you in on!)


Okay, let's get busy. (AWK-ward.)



Welcome to Five Question Friday!! You've come to the right place if you want a fun, easy post or if you've suddenly discovered your muses have been MIA, enjoying the weather and refusing to come in from outside.

Rules for 5QF: Copy and paste the following questions to your blog post, answer them, then watch for the linky post to appear Friday morning and LINK UP!

Oh, and remember (pay close attention...this is the important one)...HAVE FUN!

Questions for Friday, May 4th: (Special thanks to Gas Family (@gasfamily) from Gas Family Blog, Scott (@ThisDaddys_Blog) from This Daddy's Blog, Kristina (@Kristinascackle) from Kristina's Cackle, Amy (@amy_mcmommy) from Mac or Cheesy and Anna (@annacdaisy) from The Single Mommy Chronicles for their question suggestions! I would love to link you in a future 5QF, so come on over to my community or watch for my Thursday afternoon shout out for questions on Twitter and offer up your best question suggestions! Remember to @5crookedhalos me and use hashtag #5QF if you go the Twitter route!)


1. What did you wear to prom? Include a picture if possible.


2. Would you rather be on the biggest loser or a food eating challenge?


3. Done fave sonic drink? Refreshing summer drink? (Hey, Kristina...was that a typo, or some "done good" Southern thing?)


4. What was your first car, and what did you call it?


5. What's one thing your child or spouse does that sends you over the edge?   


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See you (and your fabulous prom photos!!) in the morning!



Comments

  1. Girl, it was around 95 today! Ninety freaking 5! Holy moly.

    P.S. - Can't wait to see what you wore to prom :-)

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    1. Ooooh, Kimberly...just you wait!

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