Welcome to the Hodgepodge. Joyce creates the questions, we answer them. Come join us for fun.
1. Three things on your spring bucket list? If you don't have an actual list that's fine, pretend you do.
My spring bucket list is : Garden, Rake, and Visit the beach with the Hubby and the Littles (the dogs)
2. Where do you find rest? What restores your soul? When was the last time you did whatever it was you answered here?
I find rest at home. It's quiet here and it's loving here, and Hubby is here. That gives me rest. Home also stores my soul. I can do my Bible reading here and reflect on all my many blessings.
3. April is National Celery Month. Who knew? Do you like celery? What's your favorite dish made with celery? On a veggie and dip platter which would you reach for first-carrot sticks, celery sticks, cucumbers or cherry tomatoes?
I do like celery but mostly in soups and stews. If it's in the veggie platter, it will not be the first thing I take, peppers will be.
4. I read here eight things to do before 8 am to make your day less hectic-Start one load of laundry, drink water, empty the dishwasher, read your Bible, know what you're having for dinner, get dressed, brain dump (two lists-one what you're thankful for and one what's weighing on your mind), and after the brain dump make your to-list for the day
My list is for the day, it's not a list to get done before 8am. I'm retired and have all day to get it done!
My to do list for today is: 1-Get dressed, 2-read my Bible, 3-feed the Littles (dogs), 4-get Littles to doggie daycare, 5-start a load of wash, 6-take a nap, 7- Be thankful for my health, 8-make sure I am ready for another medical test on Thursday.
5. Describe the view from your window.
A picture is worth a thousands words. I love living in the country.
6. Insert your own random thought here.
Barbara Bush has left this earth and she leaves behind a story of love, caring, determination, and standing by her husband. The news has been all good about her and her love of her husband and children. She was looking forward to seeing her daughter who had died many years ago of cancer. I hope she got her wish. Rest in Peace Barbara and may peace also surround your family.