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{September 16, 2011}   Five Question Friday for September 16th,2011


As always, you may answer these questions in your own post or in the comments section!

This 5 Question Friday was brought to you by:

On to the questions!

1. If you had a weekly newspaper column, what would you name it? Sharon’s Weekly Ramblings….LOL…I don’t know! πŸ™‚
2. Who is your mentor/inspiration?My mom is an inspiration to me of what a good mother is :)Other than that, I am inspired by people who fought through the odds to make dreams come true and I am inspired by the ones I love. I am inspired by my friends who are great writers and who have been through a lot and overcame. There are so many things that inspire me.

3. What is your wake up beverage of choice? Mountain Dew

4. Would you wear your mom’s clothes? I have before in the past when we were about the same size…mostly shirts and jackets, but I did wear a couple of her dressy dresses before. Some of it I wouldn’t wear cause it feels too grandma-ish looking but some of her clothes aren’t too bad. πŸ™‚

5. When you were a kid, did you put posters on your wall? If so, what were they of? When I was a teen, I was totally into 90’s Pop…I had posters of Spice Girls, Britney Spears, N*sync, Backstreet Boys, 98 degrees, etc. ALL over my walls. Should I even be admitting this? πŸ™‚

Oh well, my closest friends and my family already know, so there’s no hiding from them!

1. My weekly newspaper would be called the Servant’s Journal.
2. Mentor: Jesus and the Bible
4. Can’t answer
5. Yes, Posters of Shawn Cassidy lol

I’m sure my older sisters had a crush on Shawn Cassidy πŸ™‚

1. All I can come up with is some stupid puny titles, like the Dayley News πŸ˜›
2. I have a few! My mom, of course. She went through more than I can possibly imagine. I remember thinking at 17 years old, “Wow! at this age my mom was married, with a child and had cancer.” And yet she never let anything get her down. She was awesome! My Aunt JoAnne and Uncle Tom (as detailed in their respective blog posts :P)
3. Homemade iced tea – caffeine free and sweetened with Splenda . . . if it were not for my not-a-diet, it would be Mountain Dew!
4. My mom was 5’6″ and 118 lbs. I couldn’t fit into her clothes! (Well, for a several months after my first diet, I did borrow her shirts.)
5. As a preteen, it was pretty much everything from those teeny bopper magazines, mostly New Kids on the Block, and I am NOT ashamed! LOL . . . In high school, it was mostly movie posters. My homeroom teacher used to come in with bundles of them. He really started my whole love of movies, especially independent films.

The Dayley News! That sounds clever πŸ™‚
From what I have read about your aunt, uncle and Mom on your blog, I can see why they are inspirations to you. πŸ™‚
I wish I liked tea or water…the only time I drink Water is if I put the flavor packets in it or the new Mio liquid water enhancers. Loving soda has always been a big issue for me….and Diet drinks aren’t the answer either cause I can ALWAYS tell.
I was still too young really when New Kids on the Block were big so I never knew much about them….but I knew older kids who were obsessed with them.

Haha, Sharon’s Weekly Ramblings, I’d read it! Are you still thinking about getting into freelance writing? I hope so! πŸ™‚

Yes, I am! πŸ™‚ I have a couple of new friends that have been doing it for a little while that have given me tips and advice and I even got added to a group with some new freelance writers.
It’s a bit overwhelming but I am definitely planning on trying it out! πŸ™‚

Stacey says:

I cant drink moutain dew at all….it makes me sick 😦

Awww 😦
I would hate it if I couldn’t drink it, but I guess I would have to manage.

ElizOF says:

I love the post and hope they find a way to appreciate their toys… πŸ™‚

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