5 Senses Tag

First off, I would like to thank Tyler for tagging me in his Five Senses Post!  And do go check out his awesome blog,  Thomason’s Take!  His pictures and posts are truly an inspiration!

How to participate:

  • Thank the person who nominated you
  • For each of the five senses (or as many as you do) describe five of your favorite things having to do with that sense. Favorite sounds, smells, etc.
  • Be yourself, get creative!
  • Nominate five other people to do this tag

Let’s get to it!

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  1. Freshly cut grass
  2. Espresso
  3. Sea-salt air
  4. the smell of a book being opened for the first time (yes!)
  5. Puppy’s Breath (awe!)


  1. Seeing the earth from an airplane window
  2. Fireworks lighting up the night sky
  3. The vibrant colors of the ocean
  4. watching a swell take over when surfing
  5. watching a storm roll in from the porch


  1. Petting a puppy or dog in general
  2. Freshly shaved legs against covers
  3. The feeling of clean sheets
  4. The feeling of a warm bed when its cold
  5. The feeling of water running past you while swimming

*I see a pattern with me sleeping! LOL


  1. A baby’s laugh
  2. Music (of any kind)
  3. The sound of weights being racked at the gym (I’m so weird!)
  4. A thunderstorm while laying in bed/sleeping (another bed reference!)
  5. The sound of a piano being played!  (My favorite instrument)


  1. Sweet Tea
  2. Freshly baked Chocolate Chip Cookies
  3. Right out the oven homemade lasagna (oh sweet baby Jesus!)
  4. My dad’s homemade pizza
  5. Chocolate Caramel Sea Salt Squares

Now that you’ve learned a little about me, I would like to nominate the following:

Well there you have it! I hope you enjoyed my 5 Sense Post! Don’t feel like you need to do this, it’s just something fun! I can’t wait to see yours!

Thanks Ya’ll!


 Photo credit: http://perspectives.3ds.com/tag/electronics/

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7 thoughts on “5 Senses Tag”

  1. Do you know I only found out what sweet tea was, like 5 years ago? Now they have it up here (NY). I’ve always had iced tea and then added sugar, mint or lemon or drank it without. I remember being in some fast-food place with my husband in North Carolina. I asked for Iced Tea and the employee said “Do you mean Sweet Tea?” I said, no, Iced Tea. After we stared blankly at each other my husband translated for us haha.
    And thank you for the shout-out. I will participate in a week or so, if that’s okay.


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