Friday, March 26, 2010

About Me...

I am a complex woman...not to be placed into one specific catagory. Here are a few reasons why...

I love Daughtry...or as I like to call him, Chris. We are on a more personal level, at least in my mind. LOL!!! What is funny is I can listen to all types of music. My mood determines the music I want to listen to. I like rock, jazz, country, contemporary christian...and much much more.

mmmmm, yummy!!!! Shhhhhhh, don't tell my husband!!!

Another thing you may not know is that I have a tattoo. What is even more shocking is that I got it just this past year before my 37th birthday. I have always said that IF I ever got one it would be a fleur des leis. My tattoo signifies my heritage and my love for where I come from. I am a Louisiana girl, born and bred. But don't be fooled by my accent, because I am also an intelligent woman. I loved the quote from "Sweet Home Alabama", where jake said, "I may talk slow but I'm not stupid". That is a big pet peeve of mine...I do not believe in making judgements about people based on their race, sex, religion or nationality. As a Christian, I strongly believe in the phrase, "treat others as you want to be treated". I believe you should love one another, keep an open heart and open mind. The minute you judge another, you have closed the door to all sorts of possibilities. Stepping off of my soapbox...

Let's see...I drive a minivan

I live in a suburb or as I call it the burbs

I have a strong dislike for those who think they are better than others

I read all the time...I loooove mystery but my fave is paranormal romance...

I love photography, decorating my house, and of course scrapbooking

I have been diagnosed with degenerative disc disease, nerve scarring, and 2 herniated disc.

I adore my kids, they are the air that I breathe!!!!

I love my husband...We have had some extremely rocky times, but we have
endured and grown stronger because of it. He is my best friend and my biggest

I have been hurt deeply and I have been loved deeply.

I am strong and stubborn minded...

I am loyal to my friends...there is nothing I won't do for those that I love.

Those are just a few things about me...we are all unique in our own special way.

A layout for the road... Me and my mommy on our summer vacation last year. She is the wind beneath my wings!!!! Have a fabulous weekend!!!! Much love from me to you!

FYI...Sadly, I have resigned from my DT position with Creative Scrappers. I have had some complications from a procedure I had (endometrial ablasion). I am scheduling my hysterectomy next week. I hope this will end a lot of issues I have had for the last 6-8 months. I will keep you posted.


Julie Armand said...

Love your tat!!!!

Elizabeth said...

I will be praying for your procedure! I also have a tattoo. Well I have 5 of them!! LOL. I want 2 more I think! :)

I love your layout as well, its fresh and eye catching!

Hope you have a wonderful weekend!

kT said...

:D your tat is gorgeous. very well done. I have three (am getting four next weekend!)!

(this is katy from SI by the way)

Hope the procedure goes well. *HUGS* hang in there.

OH and there is ABSOLUTELY NOTHING WRONG with Chris Daughtry. Like not a think. even his bald head is nice. hehe

Jackie Anderson said...

Loved learning more about you Kim, and think we would be great in person friends as well as on-line scrapbooking friends since we have so much in common. Best of wishes for your surgery. I had a hysterectomy when I was just 31 and still hoping to have a girl to join my 3 boys, the youngest who was just 18 months at the time. It was extremely emotional for all the reasons that I am sure to understand, but boy, did it make my life easier and more pleasant! Eventually, you will love it! Now menopause.... there's a whole new story!

Vel said...

Thinking of you, Kim. Big hugs, my friend! Please keep us FSS-ers posted, ok?

Still lovin' your ink girly! :)

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Jackie Anderson said...

I can't tell you how much I appreciate your comment. I have often thought about sharing this side of myself, but it was your blog that triggered me actually doing it. Thank you Kim.