How about a little Thanksgiving Hodgepodge?
1.What's something you wish you knew how to do, but feel like it's too late to learn? Play the cello.
2. Your least favorite thing to shop for? Why? Anything. I am not a fan of shopping. Because I'm not a fan of crowds. NOTHING, and I mean, NOTHING is worth fighting a crowd.
3. How has the celebration of Thanksgiving today changed from when you were growing up? Not much has changed. We're a family who thrives on tradition and we don't 'do' change easily. I still prepare the same foods my grandmother and mother did and we still have people over to share our feast. And the television is still on during the game. Oh, and the parade. I'll be wearing my Panthers jersey all day long. 10-0, Baby!
4. What's something that when other people see it, reminds them of you? Explain. Funny, I've heard people say this and cannot think of a single thing. Unless it has something to do with dreading school day Mondays. Ha!
6. Have you ever farmed or spent any time on a farm? I spent time on a farm when I was little. My great-grandfather was a farmer and I loved going there. Are there farm stands in your little corner of the world and do you make it a point to shop there? Farm stands? You mean, people on the side of the road selling produce? I have shopped from those folks. If you mean an actual stand by the side of the road, they've ruined that here. Now, we have to go somewhere like the picture below. It's all about money in the low-country of Charleston, folks. If so, what item do you particularly like to buy from a roadside stand or farm shop? I do not support the big money, BUT, if there's a guy on the side of the road with his truck...in the summer, tomatoes, and watermelons! And squash! Yum!
7. What's something you've experienced recently that made you feel a sense of awe or wonder? Tucker and I have plenty of time to walk since school is out for the week and we have been enjoying the sunrise over the marsh. This always fills me with awe. Then there are the daily pictures from NASA that always fill me with awe and wonder.
|This one is from yesterday morning.|