It's Hodgepodge Time, Who would of thunk it? It is a fun time of getting to know a little more about your blogging friends and of course a chance to make new ones. If you would like to join in drop over by Joyce at From This Side of the Pond, you can find the questions and can link up over there. We would love to learn more about you too!
Here is mine:
1. What three words would you use to describe 2010?
Overwhelming – Fulfilled – Relaxing
Crazy combination I know, but that is how I see it.
2. If fear were not an issue what is something you'd like to try?
Run the rapids in one of those rubber rafts with a group of friends. It really scares me because I am not a good swimmer.
3. What do you add to your coffee or tea?
I spent most of my life in the south so the only thing in my tea is sugar and ice cubes. I don’t drink coffee very often but if I do it has to have sugar and creamer or a little milk.
4. What historical sporting event would you like to witness?
I am not a big sports person but if I had to pick probably the Kentucky Derby. Horses are amazing when they are running.
5. What is one piece of advice you would like to give your sixteen year old self?
Like yourself! Quit being so shy, life is a lot more fun if you are not afraid to talk to people. And remember, “There are no strangers here only friends we have not met.” Find a bible believing church and accept the Lord as your personal savior, everything else will fall into place. Ooops, that is more than one isn't it?
6. Are you a planner or do you prefer to fly by the seat of your pants?
I am a planner, sometime to a fault. I do love spur of the moment trips and adventures though.
7. What is one thing you are looking forward to in 2011?
We are organizing our extra garage. It is full of boxes and tubs of my hubby’s and he has no idea what he has. There is a room that used to be a beauty salon and that is going to be my space, my craft room, my haven.
8. Insert your own random thought here.
Do you ever feel like your wheels are spinning but you are sitting still not getting anything accomplished or finished. I have so many things I want to do or want to make but here I sit. I have got to get myself motivated. I have started keying in information for Ancestry.com. They take volunteers and it is actually information that will be valuable to genealogists. It is a long process, because it will be audited by a couple of people, but still I feel like I am doing something, something important. How about you are your wheels turning and you’re sitting still?
Well now wasn't that fun! Glad you stopped by and hope you drop me a note so I know you were here! Hope you join in the fun.
until next time... nel