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Sunday Stealing: Finish the Sentence Meme

Today we ripped this meme off a blogger named NotBob from NotBob’s Bits. He admits that he “lifted it” but does not say from where. But, it was probably stolen there as well. So, of course, that will be as far as we go. Tracing back our theft's thieves might take some time. Link back to us at Sunday Stealing!

Cheers to all us thieves!

1. I've come to realize that my last kiss... was to be the last, by choice, in a long time

2. I am listening to... the morning silence

3. I talk... less to send my message across better at work

4. I love...crumpet

5. My best friend/s... has plunged herself into a career I doubt will give her personal happiness

6. My first real kiss... was an awesome beachfront experience

7. Love is... JK Rowling's bottomline logic for her HP series

8. Marriage is... beautiful if you are lucky

9. Somewhere, someone is thinking... I would respond to his text gimmicks, poor thing

10. I'll always... look forward to good times ahead

11. The last time I really cried was because... I had privacy at last to flash two major troubles spanning six years out of my system

12. My cell phone... clock registers 6.29 a.m.

13. When I wake up in the morning... I usually think of my long-term goals and wish myself luck :-)

14. Before I go to bed... I watch a film or read a book

15. Right now I am thinking about... work

16. Babies are... stress relievers and then you hand them back to their moms

17. I get on Myspace... I don't have Myspace

18. Today I... decide whether I accept that university lecturer post or not

19. Tomorrow I will be... making a gamble

20. I really want to be... on a plane to London as soon as possible, duh!


Mimi Lenox said…
6:29 am is just evil.
Happy Sunday!

I am up here.
hey hey! Happy SS

lovely answrs :)
and that going out with Hubby caught my eye :D

My Sunday Stealing
babies are surly stress reliever s:D

My Sunday Stealing
Anonymous said…
We should be on that flight to London together! :)

Have a great week!
Anonymous said…
I want to go to London too!!
Marites said…
#5 i hope your friend will be happy with her choice. #7 I love JK Rowling. #18 sounds impressive:) Have a nice Sunday!
Anya said…
Happy sunday :)
Great answers ^___^
London yeahhhh....

Have a nice relaxing sunday ;)
Hootin' Anni said…
Morning silence is of the top reasons for getting out of bed before hubby. I too love it.

I've stolen...come read mine if you can. Happy Sunday, happy stealing.
I am Harriet said…
You are lucky that you had a pleasurable first kiss experience.
Ria said…
can i come to London too?
Lisa G said…
I enjoy my morning silence, too! Have a happy Sunday :)
Handing back the baby is a thrill, you are so right. Happy Sunday...
Anonymous said…
I love the morning silence
Vanniedosa said…
#1 seems to be very deep :)
great answers b.t.w.
mine's HERE

Carleen said…
I love HP and giving babies back to their moms, too!

Happy Sunday to you. Oh, and best wishes on the lecture position -- teaching is an amazing career choice!

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