Follow Friday Four Fill in Fun Blog Hop – week 52

Follow Friday Four Fill in Fun Blog Hop – week 52

Welcome to the 52nd weekly Follow Friday Four Fill-in Fun Blog Hop! (Can you believe it is a year???)



Each week, I plan on listing four statements with a blank for you to fill in on your own blogs. If you want to join the fun and come up with four fill in’s of your own, please email them to me at feelingbeachie@gmail.com. If I use them, I will add you as co-host to the hop! This week’s co-host is Brenda from Fiction with a purpose.  She came up with the last two statements.  PLEASE SEND ME SOME STATEMENTS.. I NEED CO-HOSTS!

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This week’s statements:


 1.       If I could meet one person living or dead, I would want to meet ___

2.       I find it hard to ___

3.       The last time _______ and _______ then _______

4.       Where are the ________________ when the ______________ are here?



My Answers:


1.       If I could meet one person living or dead, I would want to meet Marc’s mom.  She passed away several years before I met him, and from what everyone tells me, she was a wonderful woman.

2.       I find it hard to relax

3.       The last time my friend and I went shoe shopping, I went a little crazy and   then bought 3 pairs of shoes.

4.       Where are the pretty placemats and fancy napkins_ when the guests  are here?


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43 thoughts on “Follow Friday Four Fill in Fun Blog Hop – week 52

  1. I love your answers!! I would love to meet my mother-in-law too, she died years before I met my husband. This is such a great idea for a hop! I always love to drop in on your fun site! Sending much love my friend!!

    1. Kathy – one day maybe you will play along 🙂 I can’t believe I have been doing this hop for a year… I bet your MIL was an amazing woman.. just look at how your hubby turned out! Sending love right back to you!

    1. Brenda – now that is a good idea (can you please tell marc though?) After I entered his life, he had to enlarge his huge closet once already and build me a shoe closet. I don’t think when he asked me to move in with him all those years ago he accounted for my clothing obsession…

    1. Old Kitty – I think I need shoe shoppers anonymous… the other day, on vacation it was raining so my mom took marc and I shoe shopping. I bought another two pairs…

    1. Nani – I don’t think that really counts as relaxing… but then again, if I don’t schedule it, I don’t attempt to relax either!

  2. Shoes?? You? Really????? Just kidding! I think that is awesome!!! I think that is a very wonderful addiction to be honest with you! You should do a Shoe Saturday or Shoe Sunday and feature your shoes every week…….

    1. Beth Ann – I like the Shoe Saturday / Shoe Sunday idea.. I think I may have to do it! Especially after a while, it will be a wonderful reason why I need MORE shoes!

  3. Shoe shopping is one of my favorite participation sports. Had to make a rule, for every pair I brought home, I have to get rid of one pair. If I didn’t do that I would be another Imelda Marcos. Have a great day.

    1. Marti – Shoe shopping is my favorite sport too, but I am not as good as you. I don’t get rid of shoes when I get new ones. Just call me Imelda!

  4. I don’t even know what I would slurge on anymore given some extra cash. it’s been soooo long. Although, I could have downloaded about 50 books to my new Ereader the other day. total geek — where did that clothing and shoe horse go anyway?

    Happy Birthday!

    And I still get you via GFC it seems……you didn’t disappear from my Reader at all. In fact none of my non-blogspot blogs disappeared. It must mean that no one can subscribe via GFC as of yesterday, but if we previously subscribed, it stays in our Readers. I know how to find you anyway 🙂

    1. Rory Bore – Thanks! I can’t believe it is a year… I am glad that I didn’t disapear from readers. I keep checking too. I would have thought for sure, I would have. I really don’t understand the point of discontinuing it for new readers if it still works for old readers, but I guess I don’t need to understand. My name isn’t google… Oh, I wish my clothing and shoe horse would disapear for a while…

  5. Happy anniversary!! You know, I find it hard to relax too. I don’t find it hard to be lazy once in a while, but I think being lazy and relaxing are two different things. When I’m lazy I usually end up feeling like I’ve wasted time, but if I relax I feel like I needed it. One day I’ll take a chill pill. 🙂

    1. Jennifer – Thanks! I am shocked a year has passed. I get what you mean about relaxing and being lazy… I also feel the same way that when I really chill, I just wasted time. I think it is a girl thing, because Marc so doesn’t get it!

  6. Hey – Just stopping by to say hello as we haven’t been online much all week.

    Relaxing is hard – I have never mastered it!


    1. Pip / Kristen – Hey! I noticed you guys weren’t posting this week.. hope all is ok, miss you… Maybe one day you and I will master relaxing…. I bet Alex & Pip could share some tips

  7. I did not read your answers until after I finished with mine. Isn’t it funny how we both chose similar things for number 1? And you seemed relaxed enough to me when we had lunch… you really need to move down here already. i think, it will help tremendously with the relaxing part. I’ll help you!!!! 🙂

    1. Susi – Yes, I am very relaxed on vacation.. I can even sleep. But, put me back in real life…UGH! we really have to move down there.. I so want too, only problem is those pesky things called jobs 🙁

  8. I follow you in my Google Reader and it works great, you popped up perfectly!!

    I did the fill in, even though I stink at them but I try to play along with my favorite bloggers!!

    I love your answers, we both used guests for the last one, slightly different but same idea. And, I can imagine how not knowing your husband’s mom feels like you are missing a piece of him. I may have had my moments with my mother in law but I am glad she is here, it does fill in the blanks about the man you married, so I get it. Oh, and shopping and over buying, yeah, gee, I get that one too!!

    1. Lucy – thanks for playing along.. And no, you don’t stink at the blanks! I loved your answers… I am glad reader still works, although I am expecting it to stop any day…. It is very hard not to know your spouses parent(s). I also wish that Marc would have been able to meet my dad.. He died when I was 14

  9. Good questions! It was hard to narrow down #1! I never met Bill’s dad; I would have liked to.
    Women & shoes seem to be something that escapes me…maybe because of my RA. I am just happy if I find a comfortable pair that is also cute. I do make sure they are cute!! *LOL*
    Have a good weekend!

    1. McGuffy Ann – Your RA can be responsible for not getting women and shoe obsessions, or it can just be you.. After all, not all of us are shoe crazy. I love shoes, but am so not into bags. When I was in FL last weekend with my mom and we went shoe shopping, she thought I was nuts drooling over shoes, and I thought she was equally as crazy for lusting over bags… I guess that is what makes horse races!

  10. I can really relate to your answer to number one, Hilary. Tracey’s dad passed away before we were together, and I would have loved to meet the man who I’ve heard so many wonderful things about.

    1. Meowmeowmans – what a beautiful comment. I am sure he was an amazing man.. THat is exactly how I feel about marc’s mom. Everyone in his family tells me stories and she sounds amazing. My dad died when I was 14 so Marc never met him either. How I wish he had the chance to…

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