Wednesday, August 19, 2015
Thanks Joyce, for another week of questions.
1. Way back when (the Hodgepodge bicentennial to be precise) several of you submitted questions as part of a giveaway I was hosting. I went back to that list for inspiration today and found a question submitted by Marla, who blogs over at Marla's Musings. Thanks Marla!
She asks-At what age did you feel like a 'grown-up'?
I'm not sure I've ever felt like a grown-up! lol But maybe when I got married (age 31).
What keeps you young now? My kids when they talk me into trying something new.
2. When did you last buy a vehicle?
Was this by design or because you had no other option?
Was the car/truck purchased for your own personal use or was it bought for someone else to drive?
It was for our use (hubby's and mine).
On a scale of 1-10 (with 10 being delightful and 1 being 'pass the Excedrin') how would you rate the experience?
I always hate the experience, but this time it really wasn't all that bad. I really like the vehicle though, so I guess it's worth it.
3. Corn bread, corn chips, corn pudding, corn on the cob, cornflakes, corn chowder-your favorite of the corn-y foods listed?
What needs to be served alongside your selection?
Salsa or Chuy's creamy jalapeno sauce!
4. What's something in your life that regularly requires you to 'put your thinking cap on'?
Some of the Hodgepodge Questions
5. Share a favorite movie set in a school or classroom, or whose theme relates to school days in some way.
"Goodbye, Mr. Chips"
6. Reading, writing, and 'rithmatic' are commonly referred to as the three R's. What are the three R's in your life right now?
Retirement (planning for and looking forward to), Restaurants (who wants to cook if you don't have to), Refreshing (any time spent with my hubby)
7. What's something you've learned or tried recently you can say was as 'easy as ABC'?
I can't think of anything for this question right now. See Joyce, this is one of those times I need my "thinking cap" for the Hodgepodge.
8. Insert your own random thought here.
We went to a funeral on Monday for a wonderful saint of God. You know, when someone is that close to God in their life, it's more of a celebration than a sad time. I hope when I go, people will celebrate me home more than be sad.