Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Wednesday Hodgepodge



1. My daughter earned her Master's Degree this past weekend...what's something you've 'mastered' in recent weeks or months?  Does packing our bags for the pool count?  ;)

2. What song most reminds you of your childhood?  The theme song to "Little House on the Prairie" makes me think of being a little girl.

3. What do you think about single gender groups and/or events? Should every group/event be open to both genders?  If not, what sort of exceptions do you think are appropriate? Just realized while visiting another blogger that I didn't answer this question!  I don't think every event should be open to both genders.  Sometimes it is nice to just be with other women and men don't often enjoy those events.  I can't think of many examples really.  

4. What's your favorite spice? Your favorite dish containing your favorite spice?  I don't use many spices when I cook. 

5.  I saw this question on Marla's facebook page and asked if I could 
stealborrow it for the Hodgepodge...thanks Marla!  Chevron patterns are everywhere!  Do you like it or think its just a little too much? Do you own anything 'chevron'?   I like them!  I have noticed they are very popular right now.  I don't own anything chevron. 

6.  What's something you disliked as a child, but can fully appreciate now?  I asked my husband this question and he said naps!  I'm not sure what my answer would be. 

7. What can irritate you very quickly?  whining

8.  Insert your own random thought here.  We had a fun birthday weekend for Caleb.  He turned 9 on Monday.  He had a detective party on Saturday at our house with our family.  It was very fun, and we enjoyed seeing our family.  Then Sunday night after church we ate at Wendy's with our church family and enjoyed left over cakes and cookies.  Then on Monday we had our family day.

Have a day of blessings!

3 comments:

Joyce said...

Oh I think packing a bag counts. I almost said packing too, although my hubs would say I haven't mastered the art of packing 'light' : )

Debby@Just Breathe said...

Sure, I think the packing of anything is something to master! Sounds like some fun celebrations for Caleb.

Gilligan Maryanne said...

love the answers :) agree packing can be a master!!
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