Thursday, June 11, 2009

Six things...

Annie from Chapters of Our Life tagged me. I love being tagged! Here's the tagging rules:

  • Share six unimportant things that make you happy
  • Mention who tagged you
  • Tag six fellow bloggy buddies
Here are my six things...

1. When House Beautiful magazine comes. I love it because I love looking at any and all decorating magazine and it's free. We steal it from our neighbors. Just kidding. We bought our house a couple of years ago and our real estate agent has it sent to us as a thank you. Our last one comes in August. I will be very sad.

2. Nights with good programming. During the main season of network television our nights are Tuesday and Thursday. (All NBC)

3. Evening snack time. Evening snack time is the most delicious snack time of my day. That's when I eat things like fat free chocolate pudding and a peach. (The reason I didn't put calorie day on my list is because calorie day is very important.)

4. Going into Kirkland's. It smells good and I always leave with something cool like my frog with the crown.

5. When the bra comes off. I know that was way too much information. I apologize but I don't take it back. The girls love their freedom.

6. When funny movies come out. I just saw The Hangover and I'm really excited for Year One. (Disclaimer: The Hangover may not be appropriate for anyone under the age of 17 or my mom.)

So if you're reading this and are thinking,"Hey, I know of six unimportant things that make me happy..." then consider yourself tagged Baby!


5 comments:

Katie said...

haha Love the disclaimer for Hangover!

Dreams2009 said...

Love comedies, Going to watch Hangover this week lol!

NicNatJo said...

Love the list! Number 5. burned a hole in my retina however, and now I must go to Doctor.

Natalie said...

Love this list. I will try to do my own next week. I've been busy the last couple of days with paperwork from my summer job that I started the same day my school job ended.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the scoop on the Hangover, Dick and I were thinking about going to see it.
mom