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I've been tagged by one of my favorite bloggers, Blue-Eyed Bride! Thanks so much for the tag, I really appreciate each and every one of you that read my blog. Really makes me feel loved! I feel like I have a whole new group of friends online! Blue-Eye and I have even linked via Facebook, so if you're interested in linking with me (some may not and I understand the desire to stay anonymous), but leave me your e-mail and I'll tell you my Facebook name and maybe we can even create a Facebook blogger group!

Here's the tag survey:

Top four wishes:
- To always be happy
- To have a healthy family
- To develop a love for exercise
- To be absolutely debt-free, including house, car, etc.

Four places I want to travel:
- Tuscany
- Greece
- Ireland
- Scotland

Four careers I want to be involved:
- Love my job, so marketing for sure
- Florist
- Wedding planner
- Owner of own agency

Four things I would like God to say to me at the gates of Heaven:
- Welcome home!
- Your family is here and waiting
- The gifts awaiting you are many
- Thank you for being a faithful servant

Four people I tag: (don't feel like you have to post again if you've already been tagged!)
A Day that is Dessert
Happi Together
Naturally Caffeinated Family


  1. Thanks for the tag!! I'm so glad you found me.. I love your blog!! I am already interested by the banana diet!!

  2. love your answers! and so glad we connected on facebook!

  3. Love you answers! Oh my, thanks for the tag, I'll get on it! :)


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