Sunday: Q and A
Question and answer posts thrill me. Let’s catch up, shall we?
Reading: If You Find this Letter: My Journey to Find Purpose Through Hundreds of Love Letters to Strangers by Hannah Brencher. Long ago, a friend and I interviewed Hannah for our IMPACT ezine. Check out page five. Now, Hannah is sharing her story of loving people through love letters. Beautiful write.
Playing: Trivia Crack. Online games and apps are so not me, but then I discovered Trivia Crack. The questions are easy, and I earn lots of points.
Watching: Outlander. Is it science fiction? Is it historical fiction? Is it romance? Who knows, but Outlander keeps me up entirely too late.
Trying: I am trying to write a personal essay for a contest. Apparently, part of the reason I talk about others so much is because I don’t like to talk about myself. ‘Tis killing me.
Cooking: The Pioneer Woman’s oven-roasted cauliflower. Remember how much you used to hate that white mushy vegetable? You will reconsider cauliflower after you cook this.
Drinking: Jamba Juice’s Mango-a-go-go fruit smoothie. Now sold in your local grocery store’s freezer section. Oh, yeah.
Calling: Susan and leaving long and rambling messages.
Texting: The husband.
Tweeting: Actually retweeting anything from @CoolMomTech. My technological IQ has jumped 20 points since following them.
Going: Our family has attended more funerals in the last seven months than we have in my entire life. Death is difficult. Unexpected death is almost unbearable. Will you pray for us?
Loving: “I Want You Back” by Yuna.
Hating: Ants. It’s spring in the South, friends. Watch yourself.
Discovering: So my oldest won an Xbox from her orthodontist. My husband and I tell our kids they have had too much screen time, send them to bed, and then game it up.
Hoping: To create playlists for my blog. I realize playlists are very 2010. Consider my reintroduction a cutting edge idea for 2015.
Smelling: Mrs. Myers Basil Hand Soap. I wish I could create a scratch and sniff spot for you on your screen so you could experience this soap.
Thanking: Thanking God I work part-time this year. Sure, sure, it’s an every day type of part-time, but I am thankful just the same.
Considering: Mixing-up various patterns of orange to wear this spring. The thought is almost too bold for this girl who allows gray and black dominate her wardrobe.
Your turn. Choose a category and tell me what’s happening your world!