Friday, March 13, 2009

I'm Famous!

Fringegirl put me on The Domestic Fringe....can you believe it?

Little '
ol me....?

Come see!


12 comments:

The Hat Chick said...

Great interview! Loved your answers.

That staring would drive me crazy!

Amrita said...

I went over and read your interview...really sweet.

Dani Joy said...

Love it! Love it! Love it!

What a great interview. You answered everything so great!

I am sooo proud to know you and your family! We are praying for you all!

Pilar Stark said...

1.- You look so besautiful in your prayer card!! Is that the one you used on deputation or a newer one.
2.- You were already famous in case you haven't notice :)
3.- What lead you to decide to do school in Portugal? Do you plan to keep them there? Just curious since usually missionaries don't take that road (I did :)), at least the ones I know.
4.- I am so with you with the thing that makes you blood boil.
5.-I know, I am annoying... I am sorry, I will let you go :)

Betty said...

great interview! I love your humor! And the "Facade" story is why I am hooked on your blog!

Jill said...

Great interview! You seem to have an enormous amount of grace, wisdom and tact. With enough spice thrown in to make it interesting. : )

TCKK said...

Great interview. That was fun and now I know how to say your name!

CONNIE'S THOUGHTS FROM THE HEART said...

Wow!!! You really are famous.lol

You did really good on the interview. I hope many read it. connie

Tori said...

Yea for Nina!! Does that make you famous now? Hey maybe you can get the best seats in the restaurant now. Will your fame be as well known in Portugal as it would be in the US?
Wow, I know a celebrity!! Wait till I announce it tomorrow at church, then I'll be someone!!!

HA!
Congrats!

Jen said...

Awesome! Going to check it out now...

Pam said...

Nina, girl, you ARE famous! I had never heard of "The Domestic Fringe" but I've been a follower of your blog for several months!
I just read the interview! Great job and witty as usual!

Sandy Sellers said...

I loved the interview. Love ya,