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The Random Things You Don't Know About Me & My Family:
*I was told I'd never have kids, due to having stage 4 Endometriosis.
*While pregnant with Aislynn, I joked that I was ready to be done and a week later I went into preterm labor.
*Rhiannon is 23 months old and weighs 19lbs & Fallon is 10 months old and weighs 17lbs 15oz, Pixie fits her nickname perfectly!
*Joined the Army without my family's support, it wasn't until later that I got it.
*My Hubby & I were engaged 4 times before we actually got married, an original wedding date was Aug 10th, 2004.
*I lived in a real haunted house for 2 years and kind of liked it!
*I hope to write a book some day.
*Self taught quilter and when my Grandma passed away this last year, I inherited her very expensive, hardly been used Bernina sewing machine and serger.
*During my senior year of high school, my school was the first in Utah to perform 'Les Miserables.' I was supposed to be in it but following surgery I was only able to help with tech.
*I had major ankle surgery half way through my senior year and missed six weeks of school, and still graduated.
*I have a thing for cemeteries, I loved to take photos of them and love to wander around in them. We have to stop at at least one or two every trip.
*With the help of my Father-in-law I finally decided to incorporate my hobby of photography with my fascination of cemeteries and my love of history to study to be an archaeologist.
*I was Sterling Scholar for English & Literature when I was in High School.
*My Hubby works 60+ hours a week, so that I can stay home with our kids.
*Aidan told me the other day that 'Jesus built our TV and our house.' Which totally cracks me up, but makes things hard to explain that He did indirectly.
I had fun with this one, I think I'll do one of these every week. If I can feel well enough to do it, that is! I hope you enjoyed learning random things about me & my family!
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