Friday, September 20, 2013

Random Five on Friday ~~ 9/20/13




 Happy Friday!! In no particular order, here are five things I can't live without

1. My family . . . When I was a little girl, all I ever wanted to be was a mommy, and look what God did for me!!!



2.  My God, my faith, my Bible . . . I have been a Christian since I was four years old. Praying is like breathing to me.  



3. My coffee . . . I have been drinking coffee since I was 14 years old, and I have never gone more than a few days without it.  The only two beverages I drink daily: coffee and water. :)



4.  My heating pad . . .  I suffer from daily, chronic pain and heat brings me a lot of relief.  Since I can't stay in a hot shower all day long, the heating pad is the next best thing. 



5.  My floss . . . seriously.  I have floss with me at all times. I am a bit obsessive about flossing and brushing.   I have always been extremely self-conscious about my big ol' teeth, so I work hard to take care of them! :)




What are some things YOU can't live without on a daily basis? Leave a comment below and let me hear ya!

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2 comments:

  1. God brought you such wonderful blessings, Mommy! I think I should have been in that photo, since you're my Mom, too :) I cannot live without our Father by my side. I tried that and it was a disaster!
    I cannot live without coffee, twisting my hair, politics (yeah, I've turned into a junkie), my sweet Husband to be my friend, my sisters to be my FAMILY, and my kids. OH! And my animals - my life would be REALLY empty without them.

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  2. Visiting from Random 5 :) I'd have to say my list is about the same as yours (although I never wanted to be a wife or a mom, the Lord truly works in mysterious ways!) except I am not as good about flossing - I hate to floss but I have switched from toothpaste to just plain baking soda which seems to have helped my cold/heat sensitivity.

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