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Last Tag of 2009


I was tagged by:
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3 fabulous bloggers and beautiful ladies!
I am supposed to list 7 random facts about me. (Everything about me is pretty random)

  1. I am looking forward to getting old. I know most people think wrinkles and gray hair oh no, I say bring it on I am earning my wrinkles and I think I deserve those grays of wisdom.
  2. I have been a student at 29 schools. Yep once we moved to KC we moved around constantly so I don't remember any of my Teachers names and most of the names of the schools are a total blank.
  3. I was a model for 3 years from age 11 to 15 and I hate to have my picture taken. lol
  4. I can string and tune and electric guitar but I cannot play.
  5. I have more hobbies than I have time: sewing, drawing, nail polish. Makeup, making jewelry, Native arts, cooking, writing, music and DIY.
  6. I am addicted to lotions, body butters, cremes, body oil....anything that is moisturizing and smells tropical or fruity is my friend. But I do not have dry skin. :)
  7. My ears are pierced 11 times but I rarly wear earrings.

So there you have it more of the strange and pointless things that make me, me.
I tag all everyone who has yet to be tagged and I wish you all a Happy, Healthy and joyous NewYear!

9 comments:

  1. Super cute facts!! I love that you're looking forward to getting old, that makes me happy! =)

    Happy New Years!

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  2. you ARE a beautiful blogger!! always love getting to know you better!

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  3. You totally deserve this tag! =) You are one of those bloggers who are beautiful inside and out.
    It's so great to hear you're looking forward to getting old. =) You're a brave woman! But then again, having a great man to get old with you makes it a lot easier. ;)
    Was is hard for you that you had do move so many times? I mean - because of the friends and stuff...
    You were a model? Can we see pictures?!!?! =)
    And also: I want you to write a post about Native arts. I'd love to hear more about that.

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  4. kelsealaurel- Thank You! I look forward to gaining wisdom.

    Diane- xoxoxoxox

    Sasha- I think my view on aging is different due to my culture. I have always looked forward to the day my hair starts turing white and my wisdom outweighs my waist size. lol
    I don't think any of my modeling pictures survived the flood of 93' I lost a lot of my memory boxes, most of my pictures and lots of stuff. I'll look and see if I can find any.

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  5. I have to say i always was very proud of my grammas hair. She had such a long white hair! She always did a tress (is this well said?) for the day.
    I was very young but i never forget that before went to sleep she released her hair and my god! My 80 year old gramma was looking just like a princess!
    I'm "young" and already have some white, but not ashamed at all! If i look a little bit like my gramma, i won't be afraid to get old at all =)
    Kiss

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  6. I started going grey at 13. I dyed my hair for years. Finally I'd had enough. I stopped dyeing my hair about 10 years ago. I know I would probably look younger but I don't care. I hate the whole process of the upkeep. I also love lotions but I'm a floral women. You are a extremely interesting women and I'm glad to know a little bit more of you.

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  7. kelsealaurel- Thank You! I look forward to gaining wisdom.

    Diane- xoxoxoxox

    Sasha- I think my view on aging is different due to my culture. I have always looked forward to the day my hair starts turing white and my wisdom outweighs my waist size. lol
    I don't think any of my modeling pictures survived the flood of 93' I lost a lot of my memory boxes, most of my pictures and lots of stuff. I'll look and see if I can find any.

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  8. You totally deserve this tag! =) You are one of those bloggers who are beautiful inside and out.
    It's so great to hear you're looking forward to getting old. =) You're a brave woman! But then again, having a great man to get old with you makes it a lot easier. ;)
    Was is hard for you that you had do move so many times? I mean - because of the friends and stuff...
    You were a model? Can we see pictures?!!?! =)
    And also: I want you to write a post about Native arts. I'd love to hear more about that.

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  9. I started going grey at 13. I dyed my hair for years. Finally I'd had enough. I stopped dyeing my hair about 10 years ago. I know I would probably look younger but I don't care. I hate the whole process of the upkeep. I also love lotions but I'm a floral women. You are a extremely interesting women and I'm glad to know a little bit more of you.

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