Saturday, January 31, 2009


Maggie, over at Life With Boys has a fun game going on and I thought it would be fun to play along! If you would like to play, here's how: tell me by leaving a comment on this post, and I will assign you a letter. Then post ten things you love that begin with your assigned letter on your blog. Explain the rules with your ten things and when others comment requesting a letter, assign one to them; thus, the chain continues.

Maggie assigned me the letter 'T'. Here are ten things that I love that start with the letter T!

1. Tigger! Yes, for real, I love Tigger!
2. Themes! I love decor, especially photo or home decor in themes! My favorite is Italian Wine/Cafe... I did live in Europe for 8 years!

3.Traveling! Anywhere, Everywhere, Period... I grew up traveling with my family, and now get to travel with my family.

4. Traditions! I am huge on traditions, weather it be holiday or family traditions I am big on them!

It is our tradition to get photographs everywhere we travel, noone likes this but me...

5. "T" I love the nickname T. I tend to nickname everyone but she is named after someone who is so special, my Aunt Pamela Jo, and when my aunt asked what we were nicknaming her I told her "T" Aunt Pam loved it!

6. Testimony: The Lord, My Savior.. The Cross... My faith, all of these things are important to me!
7.Texting! I know, I know but I do, it has made the hugest differance for the boys, Kevin and I, nevermind my family and friends!
8. Thoughts: Aka To Share, To Read, To Blog! :)

9. Two is better than One...!

10. My Favorite T is.... Team Cooper of course!


Nelson Family of 7 said...

The girls look like they are crashed out! Too funny! Love your ten T's! Too fun so give me a letter and I will try it out! Hope you have had a great weekend!

Leslie said...

Cute!! you did good!! give me a letter and I will play along too! =)

Marie said...

I'll take a letter! How fun!

Leslie said...

So I still have not gotten a letter from you!!lol give me one so that I can play!!! =)

"Its so easy to compare ourselves and our families to some fictional expectation. Its much harder to listen to God's urgings and be content with how He wants us to be." Carla~
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