Today's Sunday Stealing is Part 2 from last Sunday, and comes from a blogger named Silly Dreamer from The Semi Charmed Kind of Life. So without further ado, here's to learning a little more about me…
A better name for me would be: Mrs. Spread Too Thin.
I have a hard time understanding: How someone could harm a child or animal in any way.
If I ever go back to school, I’d: Get a degree in Psychology or maybe major in Forensic Science. I'd love to be a C.S.I.
You know I like you if: I open up to you.
If I ever won an award, the first person I’d thank would be: My Mom.
26. If I could bring back a TV show for a reunion it would be: Six Feet Under.
Take my advice, never: Take a single thing for granted.
My ideal breakfast is: Anything with bacon.
A song I love, but do not own is: Walking in Memphis, by Marc Cohn.
If you visit my hometown, I'd suggest: Visiting my Mom and eating her meatloaf!
31. If I could meet a couple of my blog buddies, I'd include: This is tough, because there's so many I'd love to meet. But if I had to choose two, I'd say Jenn from therebelchick.com and Nicóle from writespell.com. They both seem so down-to-earth, honest, and so interesting.
Why won’t people: Be more excepting and tolerant?
If you spend the night at my house: My son will crack you up!
I’d stop everything for: The Black Tie Mousse Cake at Olive Garden. 🙂
The world could do without: Child molesters/pedophiles and anyone that harms children and animals.
36. The last time I got drunk I: Don't remember. I know it was over 22 years ago.
My favorite blonde is: My son.
Paper clips are more useful than: Lord, I don't know.
If I do anything well, it’s: It's love my husband and son. Because they're easy to love.
40.And by the way: Happy Birthday, Mom. I love and miss you! I strive every day to be the mother you were/are to me, and I fall short every day. You are my inspiration, my role model, and the woman I admire most in the world!
Donna is a Professional Blogger, Brand Ambassador, Social Media Consultant, Freelancer, wife, and proud mom. Blog by Donna encompasses all that… she writes about family life and being a woman while weaving in articles about the brands and products she and her family love.