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5. What are the 5 things that make you most happy right now?

1. Mike!
I will post about what he gave me for my birthday when I have a few minutes. Everyday I think how did I get so lucky? I am so blessed he is all mine. He works hard to provide for our family and he is good a what he does. He has his quirks and that makes me love him even more.

2. Peyton
We were gone for only a couple days and I missed that little punk more than I thought. She is such a handfull, always moving never stopping. She brings so much joy and laughter into our home.

3. Houston
Ah my little man, I just can't get enough of him. His smiles and giggles make it all worth it. He is such a happy and good baby. He slept from 12:00 to 7:30 so he is on my good list today :)

4. Family
I know I just mentioned my cute family, but my family. My brothers and sisters on both sides. I was telling my mom how lucky we are to all be so very close. There are lots of families who don't get along and I love hanging out with every single person in my family!!

5. Church
My calling de…

4. List 10 things you would tell your 16 year-old self, if you could.

1. Be thankful for what you have, your parents work/worked very hard for you.
2. You are not going to marry the person you are dating right now. Date around!
3. You may not want kids now, but one day they will be your whole world!
4. Be honest with your parents, lying will take away your freedoms.
5. Eat your heart out because one day you might not be able to eat everything you want.
6. Don't care what other people think of you.
7. Watch your mom cook, you'll need those skills. Oh and help out too.
8. Join the golf team on softballs off season.
10. Sit back and enjoy the ride, live love learn!

3. Describe your relationship with your parents.

Growing up I was a really good kid till about eleventh grade. I decided to give my parents a hard time and be a teenager. I didn't mature until after my car accident....

I think the hard times made our relationship stronger and what it is today. I respect my parents so much and think all the time about how ungrateful I was. Moving out really opened my eyes. Then having kids of my own and the time, energy and money is an even bigger wake up call. I can't ever thank my parents enough for what they've done for me.

My family really is my best friends especially my parents. I talk to at least one of them if not both once a day and if a few days go by. I get a phone call and the first words I hear are "Where have you been we haven't seen you in a while." Even though I do go over there every Sunday. Oh and lets not forget the classic voicemail from my dad. "Call Me" because seeing a missed call from him doesn't tell me that ;)

2. Describe 3 legitimate fears you have and explain how they became fears.

1. My first fear is stupid, but it is a fear none the less. I am terrified of praying mantices. I remember lining up for class in 2nd grade and this boy named Michael would grab them off of the red brick wall of Valley View and chase me around with them. As I got older the more terrified i became. I was picking some tomatoes out of our garden when I screamed and rand away and fell to the ground and stared to cry. Mike came running out the dog and him were freaking out. There was the biggest nastiest green one right by my hand. Snakes no problem, spiders aren't my favorite but those nasty things are a huge fear of mine.

2. I think it would be something having to do with my family, they are my everything. I am so very close with my extended family too. I just can't bear the thought of anything happening to any of them.

3. Heights. I hate heights. I hate flying, I hate ferris wheels, I hate/love roller coasters. I like the speed, but not the heights. I rode the thing at Lagoon that…