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20 Favorite Things

A fun post suggested by The Simple Woman's Daybook . . .

20 Of My Favorite Things

1. Color-
sea moss green
2. Dessert- Chocolate Mousse
3. Smell-A spring morning with hyacinth blooming, or freshly brewing coffee
4. Flower-Lilies, I love lilies
5. Animal-dog
6. Month- May or October
7. Beverage-iced tea or coffee
8. Pair of shoes- my Mary Jane style crocs, but I prefer to go barefoot
9. Snack- Trader Joe's Trail Mix with Chocolate covered espresso beans
10. Song- Revelation by Third Day . . . this is my anthem right now!!
11. Book- Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen . . . I could read this over and over again and I have!
12. Fruit- peaches, freshly picked and in season . . . not store bought ones!
13. Hairstyle- shorter haircut, worn down
14. Piece of clothing- I love this short sleeve, gray baby doll sweater that I have. It is cute and comfortable.
15. Store to clothes shop- none, I really do not like to clothes shop, to be honest
16. Season- Fall
17. Hobby- I love photography, I just do not get a chance to go out and photograph much.
18. Thing to collect- I do not like clutter, so I refuse to start collecting anything!
19. Movie-Pride and Prejudice . . . The 6 hour BBC version
20. Restaurant-Lemongrass

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Comments

  1. Sorry that I do collect too much stuff and provide the clutter...

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  2. I've never been to Trader Joe's but if I ever do get to go to one, I swear I'm doing a happy dance! :) I'm always jealous when I hear about all the good deals at TJ's. :)

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  3. I enjoyed reading your list. I like the smell of freshly brewed coffee, iced tea, "Revelation" by Third Day, my recent shorter haircut (worn down), fall, photography, and the BBC "Pride and Prejudice," too!

    ~Susan

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  4. Hi! I love your blog, and your blog list as well. I am a new blogger looking for CAtholic moms to follow--but I don't see the follow button on your page. Could you let me know how I can follow you? Thanks! In Christ, Holly

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  5. "19. Movie-Pride and Prejudice . . . The 6 hour BBC version"

    I'm totally with you on that one... I mean, IS there truly any other version?!

    (I annoy relatives and friends with that comment, but I hold fast.)

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