If you confess with your mouth that Jesus is Lord and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead, you will be saved. Romans 10:9
For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting life. John 3:16

Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Wednesday Hodgepodge



1. Do you and your family enjoy camping? What do you enjoy most/like the least when it comes to family camping? When was the last time you camped?
I only remember camping once when I was a kid.  No, I don't think we liked it too much.  My husband's family camped all the time and loved it alot.  Hubby and I have never tried it with our family, however my girls love Church camp and go ever summer as campers and/or counselors.

2. Did you attend a summer camp when you were a kid? Is that a happy or not so happy memory?
No, I didn't.  My husband did and as I said above my girls have always gone too.  They love it.

3. Over the course of your life, what have you probably spent more time pondering than anything else?
Jesus, salvation and heaven

4. Which of the seven natural wonders of the world would you most like to see? There are many lists of 'wonders' but this is the standard natural wonder list-Mount Everest, The Great Barrier Reef, The Grand Canyon, Victoria Falls, The Harbor of Rio de Janerio, Paricutan Volcano and The Northern Lights.
Actually I wouldn't mind seeing them all, but if I have to pick one I'd say the Grand Canyon.


5. What was your first real job?
A week after I turned 16 I got a job as a shop clerk at Kings Island Amusement Park.  My oldest daughter is working there this year for the first time.

6. Lemonade or Sweet tea...which do you prefer on a hot summer day?
Lemonade, especially pink lemonade 

7. What is something that always brings a smile to your face?
A puppy. 

8. Insert your own random thought here.
Things are so busy this summer.  Our oldest is working as many hours as she can to try to get enough money to go back to college and since she doesn't have a vehicle, she either has to borrow one of ours or we have to take her.  (I'm not complaining because we really appreciate her enthusiasm to work and make the money)  And our youngest is preparing for a missions trip and is doing training for that and also preparing for camp and counseling at camp.  We're just very busy working and running them around.  Life is good!

7 comments:

  1. Enjoy having your daughter home...and with a job! Even better : )

    I'm going to SC this weekend to see Daughter2 for a few days. She's working there for the summer which is a good thing but still, its a long way from me.

    Have a great day!

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  2. It does sound like a busy ... but good ... summer at your household. {{hug}}

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  3. Glad all is well in your house. A lot going on. That puppy picture is so sweet. I have that kind of dog and she was a sassy puppy but I love her..

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  4. Good for your daughter, willing to work so hard! Life does sound busy for you, busy but good.

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  5. How interesting that your daughter is working at the same place where you worked!

    You life sounds busy! I remember those days. One summer I had to drive my son, 17 miles to work, go to work myself, fourteen miles away, then later go back and pick him up. I'm thankful for the slower pace of my life these days :)

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  6. I think if we gave a puppy to everyone - the world would be a much happier place!

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  7. For Round Robin you share what you would like. If you go back over to my blog click on the Round Robin part at the end of the post to see ideas from last month. A craft idea, a tip, recipe, a meme.. Hope you stop by.

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