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Feeling the Love!

I received my very first award this week – thank you dearly, Magnolia Belle!The rules to accepting this award are that I have to answer the following questions with one word answers and one word only.

The questions…
1. Where is your cell phone? Car
2. Where is your significant other? Golfing
3. Your hair color? Blonde
4. Your mother? Loved
5. Your father? Surprising
6. Your favorite thing? Walkie
7. Your dream last night? Forgotten
8. Your dream/goal? Happiness
9. The room you're in? Office
10. Your hobby? Many
11. Your fear? Spiders
12. Where do you want to be in 6 years? Earth
13. Where were you last night? Soccer
14. What you're not? Boring
15. One of your wish-list items? Diamonds
16. Where you grew up? Country
17. The last thing you did? Work
18. What are you wearing? Jeans
19. Your TV? Grey’s
20. Your pet? Lulu
21. Your computer? Lenovo
22. Your mood? Excited
23. Missing someone? Always
24. Your car? CRV
25. Something you're not wearing? Lunch
26. Favorite store? Crew
27. Your summer? Beach
28. Love someone? Absolutely
29. Your favorite color? Yellow
30. When is the last time you laughed? Today
31. Last time you cried? Yesterday
Passing along to these seven: GRITS, ClemsonGirl, PreppyNewleywed, A Day that is Dessert, Jillian, Inc., Blue-Eyed Bride and The Lucky Nest. And I know some of you guys have already done this, so you don't have to do it again if you've already received this award, but wanted to pass along anyway!

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