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A-Z Introduce yourself

Hello,

First I would like to say Thank You for stopping by my page.

I found this list on Spark People as I was searching the internet for nutrition, health, and fitness tools. I also saw a similar list on Good Reads and decided to merge the two lists to develop a list that worked for me. Nonetheless, I thought this would be a perfect way for everyone to get to know a few things about me, to connect with my readers, as well as to learn something about you. Please note, I don't own this and all rights go to whoever created it.

A - Age: 36
B - Book you are reading: Psychology of Aging
C - Chore you hate: Laundry
D - Dessert you love: Cake & Pie
E - Essential start your day item: Phone
F - Favorite color: Blue (all shades)
G - Game to play or watch: Candy Crush (play); Basketball (watch)
H - Hometown: Brooklyn, NY
I - Inside or outside: Inside
J - Job or Occupation: I work fulltime  in Managed Care; I am a fulltime student
K - Kittens or puppies: Puppies
L - Life is incomplete without: My daughters
M - Music group or singer: Fantasia, Ledisi, Joss Stone, Pink, J Moss, Mary Mary  (the list can go on & on; I love all kinds of music)
N - Nicknames: Lynn, Mika
O - Object on the right of you: The Bible
P - Phobias/fears: Fear of failing
Q - Quotes you like: I do it because i can, I can because I want to, I want to because you said I couldn't.
R - Right or left handed: right handed
S - Season: Summer
T - Time you woke up today: 6:00am
U - Unique thing about you: I belong to 3 honor societies
V - Vegetable you love: Broccoli; sweet potatoes
W - Worst habit: Holding on to things you need to let go of; Overlooking your true path and purpose
 X - X-rays you've had: Back, Knee
Y - Yummy food you make: Cakes and Pies
Z - Zodiac Sign: Virgo


Please copy and paste the blank list on your reply page and then fill in the answers about you. 
A - Age:
B - Book you are reading:
C - Chore you hate:
D - Dessert you love:
E - Essential start your day item:
F - Favorite author/ book:
G - Game to play or watch
H - Hometown:
I - Inside or outside:
J - Job or Occupation:
K - Kittens or puppies:
L - Life is incomplete without:
M - Music group or singer:
N - Nicknames:
O - Object on the right of you:
P – Phobias/fears:
Q - Quotes you like:
R - Right or left handed:
S - Season:
T - Time you woke up today:
U - Unique thing about you:
V - Vegetable you love:
W - Worst habit:
X - X-rays you've had:
Y - Yummy food you make:
Z - Zodiac Sign:

Thank you for participating.

Smooches!

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