From This Side of the Pond. If you've never participated, why not get in on the fun this week? Find the questions at Joyce's, copy and paste to your own blog, then go link up. Here goes with this week's questions:
1. What makes you feel accomplished? Explain.
Just finishing tasks successfully, I guess. Craft projects, writing projects, baking, cleaning or decluttering -- it's just a good feeling to finish something and have the result be what you were hoping for.
|Kids' devotional books|
|Name banner to go along with Happy Birthday banner|
|Embroidered dish towel with camper motif|
|Cross stitch tea-time trivet|
|Embroidered dish towel and crocheted dishcloth ... both made by me|
|A felt slice of pumpkin pie|
|Time for tea mug rugs|
2. If you had your own talk show, who would your first three guests be? Tell us why.
I don't like or enjoy talk shows well enough to want my own.
3. Do you have a great burger recipe?
No. I never have had a real recipe for hamburgers, and now we are eating almost no red meat.
What do you like on a hamburger and where is your favorite spot to order one out?
Cheese, mayonnaise, lettuce and tomato. A few years back my hubby and I had hamburgers here:
4. What's the biggest anxiety producing thing you do on a regular basis?
Apparently, settling an estate. And a trip to Nevada to see our daughter, son-in-law and family. This time, we are taking a granddaughter along with us -- our oldest, who is 16. She has never been out West and I'm looking forward to seeing it all through her eyes.
6. Insert your own random thought here.
Saturday afternoon I spent a good bit of time in the kitchen. I made Candied Walnuts to go with a salad for Sunday's potluck
Chocolate, Chocolate, and Chocolate. That post contains several other recipes and also the buttercream frosting (containing Marshmallow Fluff, yum!) that I used to frost the Cocoa Dreams. Those were also for the potluck, and they were a gigantic hit. I find cooking comforting, sometimes.
And so ends another Hodgepodge. Happy Wednesday, all!