Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Wednesday Hodgepodge




 I always look forward to Wednesdays and the questions that our hostess Joyce will come up with. Don't just stop here, click the button above and read more answers to these fun questions.  


1. What is something you are loving right now? 
My Dad in his woodworking shop in 2010
I am loving that my Daddy continues to improve and going home is even in the "discussion stage."  This is nothing short of a miracle and we are giving God all the glory and the prayers of the many hundreds that have been interceding on his behalf these past 8 months.  And, I feel that Dad's disciplined life of a healthy diet and exercise aided in the restoration of his body.  Daddy is 82 years old and it is most doubtful that he will make a full recovery but we will be happy with a functional recovery that would allow him to return home. Time will tell but we are certainly hopeful.  I would never have dreamed that he would live, much less make this much of a recovery but let me assure you, I am loving it!

2. Paris, Venice, New York, and Rome are considered four of the most romantic cities in the world. Which one would you most like to visit? 

Well, I have been to New York twice and absolutely love it, but think it would be fun to go to Paris.  I don't imagine I ever will as Hubby and I are not fond of overseas travel.  So, maybe I'll just go back to NYC for another visit.

3. Are you a romantic?
It depends.........I can be very sentimental for sure!

4. What's your favorite love story made for the Big Screen?
The first movie to come to my mind was The Notebook. Oh, my,  what love and devotion these two had for each other.  And, might I add, Robert Garner was just the BEST in this movie!

5. Everyone loves Pooh bear and friends...which character are you most like and why? Click here for help in answering this question. 
Well, everyone loves Pooh  so that is a good thing.

6. What's the best chocolate something you've ever eaten?
 Believe it or not, I'm not a huge fan of chocolate, but the best I've ever eaten is the fudge that I make every Christmas.  When I pour it out of the pan I always lick the spoon and it is still hot and it is just plum delicious!  I do not eat it any other time.

7. Share a favorite quote about love.
Since I'm on to the Notebook, here's favorite quote from that movie.......They say you fall in love only once, but every time I look at you, I fall in love all over again.   Aweeeeeeeeee!


8. Insert your own random thought here.
This past Monday I went to visit a dear friend that is dealing with a cancer journey.  She was having a good day and decided that she would fix us lunch.  She is an absolutely excellent cook and anything she fixes is always extra good.  She had made a Chicken Bisque Soup and then said she had a special dessert for us.  Of course I asked her what it was and she told me that all she would tell me is that it had Nutmeg and Cinnamon in it.  So, she placed it in front of me and then watched to see my expression as I took my first taste.  I was a tad bit nervous not knowing exactly what she was expecting me to do.  But, my reaction was, "this is one of the best things I've ever put in my mouth."  And, I was not joking!  She then told me that I was eating Persimmon Buttermilk Pudding.  I hardly knew how to respond.  I mean, that is not the most enticing sounding name of a dessert I've ever heard.  But, girlies, let me tell you, it is wonderful with a capitol W!  If you would like the recipe, just click on my recipe tab at the top of this page and it will be the first one listed.  It was the perfect ending to a great meal and a great visit.
Lea
Lea

Hi there! My name is Lea. I've been wife to the best Hubby for 44 years....Mom to a son and daughter....CiCi to 4 precious Grans....lover of family and friends....enjoy laughter and a good time....shopper....picture taking maniac....maker of delicious fudge....organizational enthusiast....memory maker....Southern Belle...and most importantly.....a Child of the King! Welcome to my little corner!

11 comments:

  1. Hi Lea...I'm Linda, and I found your blog from "She Sparkles" blog. I enjoyed reading several of your posts and decided to become a follower!

    I hope you will come for a visit at my place sometime when you can!

    I am a grandma to 14...but three of those dear children live in heaven with Jesus. The other 11 here on earth bless us so very much! And we know we will meet up with our three in heaven someday!

    God is so good and so faithful...all the time.

    So glad to meet you...have a lovely day Cici! My kiddos call me "Grams" (:>)

    Love, Linda @ Truthful Tidbits

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  2. Good morning! I am soo glad to hear how well your dad is doing! Praise God...That movie is one of my very favorites too. They were soo good together. Have a wonderful day!

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  3. Definitely going to check out the recipe-that sounds so interesting.

    So glad for your dad and his recovery!

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  4. I have to tell you that if someone presented me with that dessert and told me the name of it, I might not have eaten it. ;-)

    I am SO glad that your dad is doing well enough that there's some talk of his going home. I'm praying that he will be able to ... what good that will do him ... and you, too!

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  5. the notebook is one of my favorites, although it always makes me cry like crazy. : ) what wonderful news to hear about your daddy! i hope and pray he will be coming home soon one of these days.

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  6. The notebook is one of my favorites. So glad your Dad is doing so well.

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  7. That recipe sounds interesting. The Notebook was truly a beautiful story.

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  8. I'm so glad that your dad is improving. He certainly looks like he's having fun at his workbench! :)

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  9. Glad to hear how much your dad is improving. I chose "Notebook" as one of my favorite love stories. It had a lot of great love thoughts in it. I have never hard of Buttermilk pudding. I will have to try it out.

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  10. Oh...one more thing...I had read The Notebook, so I kinda knew what to expect at the end of the movie...but it was my husband who was crying over this beautiful love story! I just had a big lump in my throat. (:>) Wouldn't it be beautiful if all marriages had such a strong commitment?!

    Thanks for the visit to my blog, and for your comment...and for becoming a follower! (:>)

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  11. How did I miss getting over here yesterday. That is wonderful news on your Daddy. A big miracle! I did love Paris but the trip was not easy. I will keep your friend in my prayers and I'm definitely going to check out that recipe.

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