I can hardly believe we are celebrating yet another Wednesday. And that can only mean one thing …. Time for Hodgepodge Wednesday. This week is all about Easter so read on my friend.
1. What are your plans for Easter? Are you cooking a big lunch or dinner? Dyeing eggs? Attending a sun rise service? Eating too much chocolate?
Easter has become a sort of non-traditional day for my kiddo and I. We will attend Mass, but then the rest is doing whatever pleases us, small meal with friends watching HGTV and talking a much-anticipated walk in the park. We will color eggs and hunt for eggs too. Happy Easter.
2. What is something you feel too young to do?
Participate in the senior center activities.
3. “Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud…it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs…”
Of the characteristics mentioned in the biblical definition of love which do you find most difficult to live out and why?
Goosh, another good question. I have always struggled with patience. And while I love my kiddo, he tried my patience daily.
4. What’s a springtime flower you associate with your childhood?
I love lilies and tulips in the spring. But my favorite flowers are blood-red geraniums and Giant Sunflowers!
5. Ever sung karaoke? If so, what’s your go-to song? If not and you’re given the opportunity, would you?
Once and only once and promised everyone within ear shot that I would never sing karaoke again. I am glad to report I am still holding to that promise.
6. What is something you keep in a basket?
Being that I live close to the Longaberger city of Dresden, I have lost track of all the baskets in my house. So pretty much everything is kept in a basket round here … Kleenex, keys, remotes, bills, fruit, Lego’s, mittens, dog leash, and hand towels.
7. When was the last time you felt foolish?
I would have to say it was at my kiddo’s basketball game when I congratulated the team for winning when they lost by a mile. Oops.
8. Insert your own random thought here.
I have started mapping out the specific details of my Hawaii trip. It is exciting but somewhat overwhelming at the same time. The plan is to visit the Island of Maui and see the island. This is a family trip and trying to plan activities that my (will be 10-year-old) kiddo as well as my mom, aunt and cousins teenage son. And of course there will be those times spent at the pool and/or beach with an umbrella drink soaking up the pacific sun!