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I Got Tagged

I got tagged yesterday by PromoMama, owner of two geat blogs, Promo Mama and How Does Mama Look? I now have to share 7 random things about myself. Here I go:

1. I'm supposed to be engaged but I still have doubts.
2. I had my first child when I was 15.
3. I can't keep up with the new music anymore. Everytime I turn around my daughter's singing something new.
4. I just saw the Temptations movie for the first time last week. (Where have I been? It was a really good movie).
5. I can watch Law & Order SVU re-runs over and over no matter how many times I've seen them.
6. I spend way too much time on the internet.
7. I take my One-A-Day multi vitamin more than once a day.

Now it is my turn to tag!

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  1. I had doubts all the way to the alter. My dad said "No time to cry now girl kick your feet and keep on movin". Best advice he every gave me.

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  2. It's nice to know I'm not the only woman who felt this. Most of the people I know don't understand where I'm coming from.

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