1. Well in my neck of the woods it's been usually rainy (and I live in the desert so rain here is like a really lite drizzle to most) and a little chilly.
2. Well I have a small bunny that I brought from the states to take pictures when I travel to new places. It's my favorite because it makes me think of my family and because it's the only one I've got right now. : p
3. For a favorite sitcom I'd have to say Sanford and Son or the Munsters. I used to watch re-runs of those with my Dad when they were on.
4. My baby cousin.
5. I'd probably bring White Chicken Chili. I love that stuff!
How funny, Unknown.... I have a little bunny that I take pictures of in front of all sorts of sights. Makes me laugh every time and my granddaughter LOVES it. How nice that yours brings your family close to you. :-)
I've never had White Chicken Chili. Sounds nummy!
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1. The weather is ridiculously hot 2. It's a huge teddy bear that takes up half my bed that my boyfriend gave to me :) 3. ....? I can't really do old so I'll go recent with How I met Your Mother but I enjoy watching Bonanza with my Grandfather but I can't watch it any other time :P 4. Fuzzy Animals 5. lasagna
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