Here are this week's questions:
What is your claim to fame?
Probably the most "famous" thing I have done is to write a book for young people that was actually published, back in the 1990s. Yes, I did start by writing it in longhand, though it didn't take as many notebooks as those shown below.
What is something you like to do the old-fashioned way?
Washing floors. I much prefer to wash floors on my hands and knees. You can see more that way. (That said, I think -- or maybe I should say my knees think -- my days of washing floors this way may be numbered.)
What did you think you would grow out of but haven’t?
Biting my hangnails. But there's always ....
|Gorgeous graphic from Abby at Little Birdie Blessings|
|NOT one of the cakes I made; this is a photo from Pixabay|
If you had to change your name, what would you change it to?
You know, as a kid I hated my name. I have no idea what I thought I might like to change it to. Not sure I ever thought that far. Now I actually like my name.
|Our old dictionary actually contains names and their meanings. This isn't it, though.|
Oh, let's see. I'm pretty tickled that I've been able to start a couple of handmade gifts for birthdays and Christmas. I haven't been able to do that in a year or two. Happily, I think my creativity is returning and I'm maybe (maybe) managing my time a bit better than I had been.
And that's it for this week's Medley!