Friday, September 30, 2011

WEDNESDAY HODGEPODGE (except it's Friday)



A blog friend of mine has been doing this an I thought it might be fun to participate in for awhile.

1. It is officially fall here in North America...I realize not everyone who participates in the Hodgepodge lives in North America, but if you do what's your favorite memory of Summer 2011? If you're not in North America, what's your favorite memory of the season just ending on your side of the world?

I do not have a lot of favorite memories of this summer because it's been a rather rough one for us.  See my precious post as to why.

2. Your favorite nut? You know I mean the edible kind, right?  I love pecans and use them a lot in baking.


3. What activity puts your sense of balance to the test? To get into a narrow open space where I might fear falling.

4. How would you describe your sense of humor?  I laugh easily and often.  Natural humor is the funniest to me and if I really get tickled I have a hard time shutting it off.  

 5. September 28th is National Ask a Stupid Question Day...what's your stupid question?  Why would you want me to ask a stupid question?

6/. Roller skates~hula hoop~jump rope...which activity would you most enjoy? Yes, you have to choose.
Rollger skates for sure but I've done and enjoyed all three.

7. What's your most sentimental possession?  My leather bound King James Version of the Bible that my husband gave me on our 1st wedding anniversary in October 1958.

8. Insert your own random thought here.  Thank you for letting me participate in this, even late!!

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4 comments:

Betty said...

I love this meme. Joyce always has such interesting questions.
I would love to see your bible some time. Sounds like a cherished and well used item.

Brenda said...

Haha! Loved number 5! I'm going to have to do this one next week...if I remember!
Happy weekend!

retha said...

Yes, a photo might help to stop me feeling curious about that Bible too.

Oklahoma Granny said...

Laughter is certainly a blessing in our daily lives and I was always told that there are no stupid questions.