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Old 12-06-2005, 09:26 AM   #11
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4.) If I lived in the Renaissance I would have the “perfect” figure





Where on earth did you find this photo.....its gorgeous. This is they style I'm doing my next bathroom in. I already have 2 gorgeous prints. I'd love to find a print of this one too.
Hi Sizzle, it's one of my own No, you're not buying that, I don't blame you It is a piece called "Testa di Donna di Profilo" by Leonardo Di Vinci, I've always thought it was so gorgeous too.
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Old 12-06-2005, 09:27 AM   #12
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You are sure you want to ask this? okay, here goes....
1. I'm 5'3" .
2. My hubby, Michael is 5'2".
3. I am the youngest of 4 girls.
4. When I was little, I looked like Tabitha on Bewitched
5. I had my kids at 16 and 18.
6. I am still married to my first husband of 20 years.
7. My 21st anniversary is February 23rd.
8. I am fascinated with storms.
9. I have 9 nieces and nephews and so far, have 16 great-nieces and nephews.
10. I can't wait to be a grandma As long as it's not before the next 5 years. Boys are only 18 and 20.

I'll give you a bad anal thing about me. I absolutely CANNOT sleep in an unmade bed I don't have time to make my bed in the morning since hubby is still in it, except the weekends. I make it right before we go to bed. Drives him nuts and he tries to mess it up, but, I just can't stand to lay down on wrinkled sheets or covers.
It's like scratching a chalkboard for some people.
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Old 12-06-2005, 09:29 AM   #13
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Wow! What's the deal with short women and cooking?? Can you see over a pot of boiling water
I think I'm about 5"2 (I like to joke that I'm 5"2 on my good days ), interesting thing to point out Home Chef, but given your #10 reason, I can see why you did!
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Old 12-06-2005, 09:32 AM   #14
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In the words of my SIL who is only 4' 5", "I'm not short, I'm just vertically challenged!"
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Old 12-06-2005, 09:33 AM   #15
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Thanks for the inf. Picco!! I'm off to Ebay now.........my DH will be so thrilled...LOL!
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Old 12-06-2005, 09:45 AM   #16
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I spent a while thinking of my ten, and when I was done and had posted them, I thought it was a bit of a cathardic experience, especially since I am usually a very, very private and shy person But I love you guys, and trust you, so I have no problem opening up and sharing with you all.
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Old 12-06-2005, 09:57 AM   #17
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okay here goes...

1. I'm 4'11". Not fat, but not thin. We'll just say I don't look like I weigh as much as I do.
2. Had a verry happy childhood until I was about 11, then it went to h**l
3. I'm really lazy and a procrastinator.
4. Suffer from depression, runs in the family.
5. The oldest of 3 girls. My other sisters are 27 and 8. Funny thing is my son is also 8. 5 months older than my little sister.
6. If Jerry Springer ever called me I'm not going to answer my phone lol
7. I am an animal/ nature lover.
8. I'm somewhat of a tomboy
9. I'm painfully shy.
10. Love love love to listen to the radio
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Old 12-06-2005, 09:59 AM   #18
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1. my personality is an epitome of being virgo, except that I am supposed to be obsessed with keeping everything neat and tidy.
2. I used to listen and sing to Jimmy Buffett tunes with my dad while growing up.
3. I love watching other people drive fast vehicles (MotoGP, Formula 1) but I detest driving myself.
4. I was a hopeless computer idiot until I met Cristiano
5. Cristiano and I initially met over ICQ
6. Andalucia and London are two places that occupy special spots in my heart.
7. Very often I feel that I wasn't really meant to be born on this planet.
8. My literary hero is Sidney Carton from the Tale of Two Cities
9. My taste for Classical Music comes from my interest for figure skating
10. I almost perfectly understand spoken Japanese

well there are more but... hey let's keep a few things mysterious
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Old 12-06-2005, 11:55 AM   #19
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I spent a while thinking of my ten, and when I was done and had posted them, I thought it was a bit of a cathardic experience, especially since I am usually a very, very private and shy person But I love you guys, and trust you, so I have no problem opening up and sharing with you all.
Ya did good!
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Old 12-06-2005, 01:08 PM   #20
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This is a great thread! Lets see here:

1. I started taking ballet at 3 and 22 years later am still dancing (although, I do modern dance now, not skinny enough for ballet...) I love it!
2. When the doctor delivered me he said "it's a boy " I guess he was seeing things?
3. I married the first boy I kissed
4. I like to read my favorite books over and over
5. I love my son & husband more than anything in the world
6. Eat chocolate on a daily (if not hourly ) basis
7. I'm happy for every day
8. I've always been shy
9. I won "best smile" award in high school
10. My first car was a 1967 Ford Falcon with a V8. That car was awesome but got me into too much trouble
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