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ABC Confessions

I always like to do these but I don't necessarily like to have it on my Facebook timeline so here you go my ABC Confessions.


I'll confess my ABC's

A- Age:35


- Biggest Fear: Never finding my soulmate


C- Current Time:9:17 p.m. 


D- Drink you last had: Apple Crown w/ Ginger Ale 

E- Easiest Person To Talk to: I don't know anymore....he hasn't been replaced yet. 


F- Favorite Song: Come with Me by Sammie


G- Grossest Memory: IDK...I don't participate in gross things


H- Hometown: Little Rock


I- In love with:  That's funny


J- Jealous Of: Oprah


K- Killed Someone? No!


L- Longest Relationship: 5 years - over 10 years ago. 


M- Middle Name: Renee


N- Number of Siblings:7...that I know of (thanks dad)


O- One Wish: Total happines


P- Person who you last called: Zykina


Q- Question you're always asked: You Peggy's daughter? 


R- Reason to smile: I'm living


S- Song you last sang: Flex (oh oh)


T- Time you woke up:I'm on vacation...I have no idea!


U- Underwear Color: white


V- Vacation Destination: Texas - I love my family


W- Worst Habit: loving people too hard and sometimes to fast


X- Xrays you've had: What kind of question is this? 


Y- Your favorite food: Mexican


Z- Zodiac Sign: Aquarius 

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