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, July 17, 2013

Wednesday Hodgepodge

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1. Picture postcards were first printed back in the mid-1800's and deltiology is the official name for postcard collecting. When did you last send a postcard? Receive one? Do you save postcards sent to you? Do you collect and/or send postcards when you travel?
The last time I sent a postcard was on our last trip to Disney World I sent postcards to 3 sweet little girls so they could have some Disney Magic.  I do not collect them, but do periodically send them.

2. What treat do you most like to indulge in while on vacation?
It depends on where I'm traveling to.  

3. Are you good at hiding your feelings?
Not really.  I kinda where my feelings on my sleeves.

4. Does your town/city/county still deliver telephone books to your home? Do you check the yellow pages when searching for a local business number or has the internet replaced the phone book in your home?
Yes, we do still get them delivered and I immediately throw them away.  I use the internet.

5. Would you rather be first or last?
The Bible says the first shall be last.  So in that case, I guess I want to last.  

6. July is National Park and Recreation Month (in America, but everyone can still play along)...where and when were you last in a park? Did you participate in any recreational activities while you were there?
We went to Ceasar's Creek Park back when they were predicting the Northern Lights might be visible through much of North America earlier this year.  However, we could not see them in this area.  But we did have fun stargazing.

7. What was one of your worst ideas?
I can't thing of anything off the top of my head right now.

8. Insert your own random thought here.
My daughter is talking about getting a puppy...does this mean I'll have a grandpuppy?


  1. Yes, if your daughter gets a puppy, you'll have a grandpuppy :)

  2. Yes...a grandpuppy it will be, but, oh, what fun! Enjoy your day, Cathy!

  3. Yes you'll have a grandpuppy : ) The Northern Lights on are my to-see list. Hubs saw them on a work trip to Finland several years back. They went north of the Arctic circle and it was just amazing. Definitely something I want to do!

  4. Yup, a grandpuppy. :o) Does she have a certain breed in mind? My mom just retired a couple of weeks ago and last night was telling me about a dog she wants to get. She's been looking for awhile and thinks she's settled on a Goldendoodle. Does that mean I'll be a big sister again? :o)

    1. She was looking at a yorkie-pomeranian mix. At least that's what I think she said.

  5. Yes, you will be a grandma to a puppy. Be prepared to spoil that baby. I have a grandpuppy, and I love, love, love spoiling her! She's the only fur baby allowed on my couch too!

  6. I don't know of anyone except maybe the Amish that still like phonebooks. I'm wondering how long it will be before they (phonebooks) are a thing of the past.

  7. Yep... grandpuppy it is! I have grandkitty's & my granddogs :) I think my mom cares more about my dogs then anyone else in the family :)

    OK - next Disney trip - you gotta send ME some Disney Magic! :)

  8. Do you recycle the phone book? Love your answer to #5. Wish I knew the Bible like you do. I have a hard time retaining information. Grandpuppies are awesome!

  9. I had to laugh at "grandpuppy." My MIL is very fond of all her grandpuppies, which always cracks me up. :)

  10. YES- a lot of people have grand puppies. Have fun with that. We toss our phone books into the recycle bin every year.

  11. Yes it will be your grandpuppy - I have one. LOL and I do the same thing with my phone books. sandie