My Life as the Alphabet

I discovered this little survey on the Graceful Fitness blog and thought it might be fun!

A is for age: 35 and still a kid at heart!
B is for breakfast today: Cocoa Goji Berry Granola with Almond Milk
C is for currently craving: Tortilla chips
D is for dinner tonight: Quinoa with spinach, toasted almonds, dried cranberries, avocado, shredded carrot, and lemon dijon dressing
E is for favorite type of exercise: backpacking

F is for an irrational fear: spiders and water over my head are tied
G is for gross food: meat
H is for hometown: Fairview, PA
I is for something important: compassion
J is for current favorite jam: homemade strawberry-orange with locally picked berries

K is for kids: I don’t like ‘em
L is for current location: Portland, OR

M is for the most recent way you spent money: on my weekly groceries
N is for something you need: confidence
O is for occupation: freelance photographer
P is for pet peeve: people who walk too close behind me (especially if they have loud shoes on)
Q is for a quote: “Live simply so that others may simply live.”
R is for random fact about you: I still suck my thumb
S is for favorite healthy snack: hummus with carrot sticks
T is for favorite treat: cupcakes

U is for something that makes you unique: the huge birthmark on my left arm (and the one on my knee, and the one on my bottom, and the other zillion that cover me from head to toe)
V is for favorite vegetable: kale, if leafy greens count as vegetables, and carrots if they don’t
W is for today’s workout: a bike ride in the rain!
X is for X-rays you’ve had: teeth, upper gastro-intestinal
Y is for yesterday’s highlight: talked to my parents on the phone
Z is for your time zone: Pacific

Wanna play too? Copy the template from here and post on your blog!

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9 thoughts on “My Life as the Alphabet

  1. If I lived on Sesame Street, today would be all about letters “J” for that delicious-looking jam and “T” for those yummy cupcake treats. But then again, every letter would represent food :). Great post!

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