I am a Christian. I say "Bless you", but there is not necessarily religious intent. I think it's rude when people don't say something. I always say, "Thank you" when someone says something when I sneeze.
Your Result: The West
Your accent is the lowest common denominator of American speech. Unless you're a SoCal surfer, no one thinks you have an accent. And really, you may not even be from the West at all, you could easily be from Florida or one of those big Southern cities like Dallas or Atlanta.
Well, I am from California, so I would say it's pretty accurate!
I have never jumped on the whole "losing weight" bandwagon for a resolution. Last year, though, I unofficially resolved to lose weight. I lost 60 pounds from May until now by eating right and exercising EVERY day! Now I resolve to lose these last 30-40 pounds by this time next year. That's only a few pounds a month!
My engagement ring was my Great Grandmother's. I love it! We went to a jeweller to make a band to match the ring exactly (it has little hearts all around the side.) It's perfect for me
What a great post. I am fat, too. Getting thinner, but I am happy with myself (for the most part). What I am unhappy with is the fact that I am unhealthy. The thinner I get, though, the healther I become!
I feel pretty cheap sometimes, too, when I hear what others have gotten their kids. We do three gifts for each child, also. Well, three from us and three from Santa (in their stockings). We do it this way because Jesus got three gifts. This gives us the opportunity to explain to my children why our house celebrates Christmas. Plus, it's financially easier this way!