It’s time to link up with Latoya for another one of her linky parties. If you haven’t seen this linky before, it’s a great way to get to know some of your fellow bloggers. Every Sunday she posts a new topic.
This week’s topic is favorites. So, here we go:
Favorite Place to Shop
I tend to prefer a more casual wardrobe. I am happiest in jeans and love to pair them with sweaters, fleece jackets, down vests, etc. The nearest store to me is actually an outlet store, but I don’t mind.
Favorite TV Show
I can still remember the day How I Met Your Mother first aired. I love that the characters are my age and I can relate to them on so many levels. I am so excited for the next “45 days” to go by so we can finally meet the mother!
Favorite Sweet Treat
Chocolate + Peanut Butter = Love at First Bite!!
Pizza is one of those foods that I could eat again and again. When I cook, we tend to have leftovers. I’m not a big fan of leftovers, but when it comes to pizza, I will eat all of them. I make my own pizza (crust and all), but my favorite pizza place is Spiro’s.
Red Robin…YUM! My favorite is the Whiskey River BBQ Burger.
Now that you know some of my favorite things, head on over to Flying Into First and get to know some other bloggers, too.
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