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Thursday Night 5QF Sneak Peek!!

How on earth does this happen? Thursday, it just seems to come quicker and quicker every week! (Er...is it "more quickly and more quickly"? I'm so glad that I didn't go through with that fleeting thought of an English major. Phew.)


I've got an exciting weekend planned! Okay, well...not so much the whole weekend, but on Sunday, my mama and I will be hitting the MOA for our annual Christmas Kick-off! We shop and shop and eat and drink fancy coffee and shop some more and she tries to help me with my indecision and we drink more coffee and laugh.

I come home broke and tired. But it's so fun! I'll make sure to have the Holiday Gift Guide post all pre-scheduled...I really hope you join in...the Children's Book one was great, I got some AWESOME ideas from it, and I've decided to keep EVERY week's linky open until the end, so that if someone wants to join late, they can!

Speaking of the Holiday Gift Guide, I will label them all as such, so if you want to find them, just use the handy little "search this blog" box in the upper right of my blog and type in "holiday gift guide" and voila! All the posts right at your fingertips!

The next theme is: "Gifts for the 'Mature Man' in your life"! Why is it so hard to find good "man gifts"???

Enough with the rambling! Let's get to the Sneak Peek!

Remeber...THIS post is only the "sneak peek". Your chance to get a peek at the questions ahead of time and get your post all ready to go for when the linky post goes live in the morning!

Rules for Five Question Friday: Copy and paste the following questions to your blog post, answer them, then watch for the linky post to appear tomorrow morning! And remember...HAVE FUN!! This is a fun and easy post, so enjoy it!!

Questions for Friday, November 12th: (Special thanks to Bethany, [inspiration from] Pam, Sandy, Liz, [inspiration from] Colleen for their question suggestions! If YOU would like to be linked in a future 5QF, c'mon over to my community and offer up your best questions!)

1. What is the most physically painful thing that has ever happened to you?

2. How much sleep do you get at night?

3. How long did you believe in Santa Claus? How did you find out that he does not exist?

4. What was the last movie you saw in a theater?

5. What do you wear to bed?

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See you all in the morning!!


Comments

  1. That shopping with the mom thing sounds like so much fun! My mom hates to shop, and I never have any money. Shoot. I did promise my sister that I would try Black Friday shopping with her this year - we've never done that before...should be interesting...

    Have fun!!!

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  2. oh man, I think I will shock some with my answers this week

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  3. I LOVE the questions this week!!! SO fun!!

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  4. These questions this week are SO. MUCH. FUN! I cant wait to read everyones.

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