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I was tagged for this post by Lori Bree @ Palmer's Page Turners

Four names people call me other than my real name:

  1. Busy Brunette :P
  2. Aunt
  3. Sis
  4. Teacher
Four jobs I’ve had:
  1. Waitress
  2. Tutor
  3. Hostess
  4. Daycare Worker
Four movies I would/have watched more than once:
  1. Titanic 
  2. Get Him to the Greek
  3. The Wolf of Wall Street
  4. The Notebook (guilty!!)
Four books I’d recommend:
  1. The Underground Girls of Kabul by Jenny Nordberg
  2. Slammed by Colleen Hoover
  3. All We Had by Annie Weatherwax
  4. The Green Mile by Stephen King
Four places I have been:
  1. Jacksonville, Florida
  2. Chicago, Illinois
  3. Green Bay, Wisconsin
  4. South Padre Island, Texas
Four places I’d rather be right now:
  1. In bed with a good book
  2. On the beach listening to the ocean
  3. With my family (all over the U.S.)
  4. Anywhere warm :)
Four things I don’t eat:
  1. Mushrooms
  2. Green beans
  3. Fish
  4. Tomatoes
Four of my favorite foods:
  1. Macaroni & Cheese
  2. Popcorn
  3. Strawberries
  4. Pizza
Four TV shows that I watch:
  1. Mad Men
  2. Orange is the New Black
  3. Game of Thrones
  4. Love It or List It
Four things I am looking forward to this year (2015):
  1. Continuing the growth of my blog!
  2. Lots of weddings and babies 
  3. More relaxation
  4. Reading a lot of great books 
Four things I’m always saying:
  1. “That's crazy"
  2. “Are you serious?”
  3. “Now what book should I read next?" 
  4. “Google it... " 

Four People I Tag:

Teisha @ Girl Writes Reviews
Sarah @ Sarah's Bookshelves
Hilary @ Feeling Beachie
Katie @ Bookish Illuminations

-Busy Brunette 


  1. Just finished Slammed last night...LOVED IT!!

    1. Told you!! I can't stop recommending it but it's truly THAT good!!

  2. I love these posts--and I'm so glad you tagged me! Looking forward to getting my post ready. :) I love being on the beach listening to the ocean! And I like popcorn too.... :) I need to read that Underground Girls book... -Katie @ Bookish Illuminations

    1. They are so much fun!! Something different and not too much work... can't wait to see your answers :)


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