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Friend Makin' Monday {hobbies}

I'm a little late in the day doing this post, but I'll be honest, I just rolled out of bed. I have some kind of horrible head and chest crud along with a lovely fever. My sweet hubby let me stay in bed all morning~bless him! I think the fever has finally broken so now I am actually feeling like being upright again. Moms just don't have time to be sick, right? Especially homeschooling ones. But since Vince went even further and took the kiddos with him for his lunch appointment, I thought I'd relax at the computer:)'s *Friend Makin' Monday* topic is:
What are your hobbies? What do you wish that you knew how to do?
I assume we're talkin' besides blogging, right? lol
My hobbies are...
  • Reading
  • Stamping (as in, wooden stamps, not stamp collecting:)
  • cooking
  • antiquing
  • photography

I wish I knew how to...

  • take professional-looking photos
  • sew

What about YOU? I'd love to hear your thoughts!

This post is linked to Friend Makin' Monday at {aefilkins}.


BSS said…
I had an Aunt who was German and she collected rubber stamps for years. She would always give me one every time we visitied, and when she passed, my Uncle let me have all of them. I love them lots too! :)
AndreaLeigh said…
I love to read as well. I also wish I was better at photography.
Amanda said…
Wish I knew how to stamp! I just do the boring one color stamp! Hope you feel better soon!
Elizabeth D. said…
Wow, we have a lot in common! I also love to read (and blog!), and wish I could sew and take better photographs. The pathetic thing is that my best friend is a great seamstress, and all I really need to do is just ask her to teach me, but it's just not been something I've made a priority. I totally ought to! Nice to "meet" you!
Unknown said…
Does watching football count as a hobby?
I would love to learn to play guitar.
Christie said…
Happy FMM! Thanks for visiting my blog...we have the same things on "I wish I knew how to."

Tanielle said…
I would love to be able to take really amazing photos!! I think photography is soo fun! Hope your day was great!:-)
I totally think watching football counts--especially for someone as serious about it as you are!:) I should've listed my fave shows, too.

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