|From Baptist Bible Hour|
1. On a scale of 1-10 how would you rate your sense of direction? 1=can't find my way out of a paper bag and 10=if I've been somewhere once I can find it blindfolded ten years later.
I think I would rate my sense of direction a 7. I'm pretty good at remembering how to get places. Not as good as my hubby, though -- I would rate him a 10. He can even find his way out of the woods under almost any circumstances.
When was the last time you looked at/used a map you could hold in your hand? (phones don't count!)
Let's see. Probably a few weeks ago. I was trying to find a particular (and well hidden) cemetery.
back east, down south, out west, up north
Choose one of these directional expressions and tell us why you chose it.
2. Did you do more talking or listening yesterday? Is that typical? Describe your yesterday in one word.
Wow, that is a good question. I chatted with my daughter on the phone, but that was really the only actual conversation out of the ordinary yesterday. I would be hard-pressed to say whether I did more talking or more listening. I would prefer to do more listening, for sure.
As for my yesterday described in one word -- full.
|Beautiful graphic by Abby at Little Birdie Blessings|
Time, without a doubt. Not really sure what I can do to change it. I try hard to manage my time wisely, but right at this season of life I have more to do than I can find time for.
4. Did your family take regular vacations when you were a kid? Tell us something you remember about a family road trip from your own childhood.
We did take a lot of day trips too, mostly to visit relatives, and there was apparently a day trip to Story Land that I'd nearly forgotten.
We took one memorable overnight road trip, to Plymouth Rock and other historic sites in that area. I quite enjoyed it, but my parents declared "never again", so that was the only overnight trip I remember us taking.
|At Story Land in 2012|
Avocados, because I love them and they are so expensive at the grocery store.
6. Insert your own random thought here.
Am I capable of random thought? Or any thought, for that matter? Really looking forward to the couples' retreat this weekend at The Wilds of New England, always a refreshing and revitalizing time. We now consider it a must for our marriage and we are so thankful for this wonderful place only a little over an hour from home.