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Saturday, March 15, 2008

Photo Hunt (I spy)


This week photo hunt theme is “I SPY” and next week theme will be metal. For more info please visit our hostess Ms. Chick



I have to admit I wasn’t sure what I was going to do for this week photo hunt but I had a real hard time thinking up something and I didn’t think my odds would be very likely to find anything because not much is happening out in nature now but I have to say I did hear quite a few bird chirping.
Well part of my duties for my job is to take my client Donna dog Rex for a walk and recently I been going over to ballpark area it close because the price of gas.
Plus it not muddy and I get my exercise too.

Look careful up the hill thought the brush there a train traffic light and switch box for it



I was recently tagged by Kati of Dragon fly Musings.
Rules, because everything has them:
1. Link to the person that tagged you. (See above)
2. Post the rules on your blog. (Right here)
3. Share six non-important things/habits/quirks about yourself. (Check it out below)
4. Tag six random people at the end of your post by linking to their blogs. (More checkin' it out below)
5. Let each random person know they have been tagged by leaving a comment on their website.


Ok here goes.


1. I have a thing about numbers. Let just say…This morning sometime I’m planning to do some purging and I’ll go over to Random number picker and put in the number 100 and see how many items I need to do


2. I used to be extremely vain about my hair.


3. I remember when I was young my dad was going on about “black people” my dad was prejudice against Negro’s. And I remember piping up and saying “I bet if one is cut they would bleed red just like you are I” Announcement time…he became less prejudice


4. I had crush on Randy Mantooth


5. Not very often I would miss the television show Emergency


6. If I had a daughter the name I like was Rachael


Now I need to tag six people. So here goes… Red Sox Mommy Skittles Silver neurotic Nio Autumns Meadow and Ruth


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6 comments:

  1. I grew up in the deep South where prejudice had a tight hold. I've overcome it but my mom who still lives down there hasn't managed yet. :(

    I'll get to the meme later today or tomorrow. Thanks for the tag!

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  2. I'm not sure I see anything...that sure is hidden!

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  3. I see and I am glad you stopped by come again

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  4. I clicked on it to see the bigger picture and saw the traffic light. Great entry!

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  5. My dad at one point commented that he hoped I'd never date a black man (didn't say he'd try to stop me if I did, just said he hoped I wouldn't). I didn't, but I pointed out to him that all the black guys I had were very nice christian guys who came from strong families. (Of course, back then I was still trying to follow the christian path I'd grown up on.) He really couldn't argue with that, just said that though he didn't have any problem with the guys themselves and that he knew some GREAT black guys (my TaeKwonDo instructor among them), he felt that the difference in ethnic backgrounds might be too much to overcome, or would bring with it a lot of hardship for a bi-racial family. I told him that this may be so, but if you love somebody enough, that it shouldn't stand in your way that others may have such a problem.

    It's great to see your answers, PeppyLady!!!

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  6. Stopping by to let you know I posted the meme. Better late than never?

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