Friday, October 28, 2011

Fill in the Blank Friday

Well guys, it's Friday. And apparently everyone in the North East is getting snow this weekend? Yeah, that's just weird. Thankfully we're far enough south that our forecast is only rain. But it's gonna be a cold rain, like high of 46 rain! ICK. Oh well, it won't stop me from having a good weekend. If you're in the North East, I'm so sorry. Unless of course you like the snow, then yay! =) Tonight Collin and I are heading up to Baltimore to see my favorite band, David Crowder Band! I am SO super excited. This unfortunately is their last tour because they are going their separate ways once they release their final album in January. But you know, they've been around for 10 years and they most all have wives and kids. I can understand them wanting to focus more on other things in their lives. Anyway, this concert will be awesome because Collin and I have VIP tickets! We get early access to the show AND we have back stage passes to meet them after the show! WOOHOO! Oh man I'm super excited. I've loved David Crowder Band since I first learned of them in 2001 at Impact (which is actually right after they started) and I've bought all their actual albums (I don't have the EPs but I wouldn't be adverse to owning them) and I've seen them in concert I do believe 5 or 6 times (including tonight). So anyway... it will be great!

Okay, well, since it's Friday I'm gonna fill in some blanks with Lauren. You can view other's blanks or play along yourself by visiting the little things we do.

All Friday Blank images are via Lauren.  They were not taken by me.

1. When I was a kid I wanted to be either a veterinarian or a teacher when I grew up.

2. As an adult my dream job would be a homemaker/mom who teaches piano and leads worship on Sunday mornings.

3. When I was younger I wanted to be just like my mom.

4. The childhood Halloween costume that I remember most was when I was a present. My mom cut holes for our heads and hands and cut the bottom completely out of a box and then wrapped it in wrapping paper she had around the house and added balloons and streamers. It was the best costume, ever. Check out the picture of my sister and I below.

5. My favorite childhood toy was Barbies for sure. I played with them all the time and had a HUGE collection. Plus I think I was playing with them well until I was like 14 or something. But I liked so many other toys, too. Lite Bright, Legos, My Little Pony, Littlest Pet Shop, Polly Pocket. Things like that.

6. The time I got into the biggest amount of trouble when I was a kid was possibly when I jumped on the neighbor's trampoline? I dunno... I was a really good kid and didn't get into trouble much.

7. I get daily inspiration from my KLOVE Bible verses, Real Simple's Daily Thoughts, Pinterest, and other bloggers.

That was fun answering some questions about being a kid. What were you like as a kid? Did you get in trouble much or were you a goody two shoes like me? What did you want to be when you grew up and are you currently doing that or did your life's ambitions change as you grew? I love learning about people when they were younger, so leave me some comments, or send me an e-mail telling me about your childhood!

I hope you all have wonderful weekends whether it's cold and snowy or warm and sunny!



  1. those costumes are adorable love them how super cute come see me at

  2. GIRL. We have so much in common. :) I totally was OBSESSED with my Barbies. My most favorite toy by far. :) I definitely played with them for WAAAAAY to long, too. Ha. I had to be 14, because I can remember the last Barbie that I bought and "played with" was the 1996 Olympic Gymnast Barbie....and I was 14 in 1996. I guess it's slightly embarrassing, but I was an only child and Barbies were my life. TeeHee.


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