From This Side of the Pond. Head on over and get the questions, answer them on your own blog and then on back over to Joyce's to link up!
1. Is a picture worth a thousand words? Elaborate.
I think that it could be, depending upon the picture. There are some pictures that tell such a story that it would take more than a thousand words to describe all that is happening.
2. Have you ever driven any part of the Pacific Coast Highway? If so what was your favorite stop? If not, is this sort of trip on your bucket list?
We have never driven any part of the Pacific Coast Highway. I think that this sort of trip may be in the offing when Mr. T retires. Our daughter and son-in-law would like to take us on such a trip sometime when we are visiting them.
3. How do the changing seasons affect you? As the seasons change do you find yourself looking more forward or backward?
I enjoy changing seasons and am happy I live in an area where there four distinct seasons. As the seasons change, I usually find myself looking more forward. I think about the upcoming season and how I'd like it to look in terms of what I accomplish and what my walk with God looks like (and more). I'm learning to set goals for various seasons and I think that's very helpful for the effectiveness of my life in general.
|From Abby at Little Birdie Blessings|
No question, it's fall to winter that bothers me most. I love fall; it's my favorite season of all. I also love Thanksgiving and Christmas. But cold weather, ice, freezing rain, winter driving -- just not my favorites. I celebrate the arrival of fall with a bit of a shiver, for I know what's coming afterward. It does help a lot, though, to keep in mind that it's God who changes the times and the seasons.
4. It's your birthday and you get to pick the dinner menu. What are we having?
As a child, I chose hamburgers, potato salad, corn fritters, and iced tea for my celebratory meal. My birthday's in January so I liked this taste of summer for my birthday. Nowadays, I guess if I could pick a meal from any time of year and eat it any place I would love to go to the Cabbage Island Clambakes and enjoy a delicious lobster dinner with fish chowder to begin, and blueberry cake and coffee to end.
Do you ever lie about your age?
5. What's a life lesson you've learned recently?
"Boast not thyself of tomorrow; for thou knowest not what a day may bring forth."
|Another by Abby|
6. Insert your own random thought here.
My mind is incapable of any rational thought right now, I'm afraid.
|And one more ... yes, by Little Birdie Blessings|