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Yesterday was a crazy busy day and I was out of the house for most of it, so my hodgepodge answers are likely to be short and sweet this week!
1. What's something you'd rate a 10/10? Tell us why.
Hmmm. In the interest of quickness, I'll say the Italian cream sodas at Cool Beans, the coffee shop at The Wilds of New England. I had two this weekend -- a pineapple/coconut one on Friday evening and a peach/pineapple one on Saturday afternoon. So refreshing!
2. What job would you be terrible at? What makes you think so?
I could never be a taxi driver! I detest city driving, parallel parking, curbside parking/parking garages at airports and hotels. Plus they have to drive in all kinds of weather and make conversation with all kinds of people. Not a job I would ever even attempt, and for that the traveling public ought to be grateful.
3. When did you last take a fall?
About a year ago I had a scary fall down our cellar stairs. No broken bones, but a severely bruised leg that still isn't back to normal, and a banged-up elbow that thankfully healed very quickly.
What's something you're falling for (in a good way) these days?
I've been having a great time embroidering a fall themed dishtowel, using this embroidery pattern: Pumpkin Spice Latte, found at an Etsy shop. It's an instant pdf download and such fun to make. Other cute designs in the shop as well, so check it out!
National Apple Harvest Festival (near Arendtsville PA, close to Gettysburg), Harvest on the Harbor (Portland Maine), German Village Festival (Columbus Ohio), Wellfleet Oyster Fest (Cape Cod), and Wine and Chile Fiesta (Santa Fe NM)
Have you ever been to any of the festivals listed? Which one appeals to you most? Does your hometown have any sort of fall celebration, and if so will you make it a point to attend?
I haven't been to any of these. Looking at them, the one which appeals to me most is the National Apple Harvest Festival. That would be interesting to attend sometime.
5. What is your goodbye message to summer?
"Come again when you can stay longer."
6. Insert your own random thought here.
Fall retreats are so refreshing! So thankful I can take advantage of the ones at The Wilds of New England! If you live in New England and have never been to TWNE, you owe it to yourself to check out their fall retreats. Beautiful surroundings, wonderful music, excellent Bible teaching and just unlimited opportunities to relax and be refreshed.
|Taken at last year's couples' retreat|