Hummm.........no I have not. There's been little time for sitting except for evening and I'm afraid I can't see the leaves turn at that time of day. ~chuckle~ Between building a house, having company and the other routine day to day things I've not sat very much. But, perhaps I will get to in the not so far off future and while it is VERY hard for me to leave anything undone, perhaps I should give it a try. As my dear Mom use to say to me, "the work will be there when you get to it." Yea, that's what I'm afraid of..............
This will sound crazy since our household consists of just me and the Hubs, but I think our ironing multiplies over night. No joke, it does seem I'm doing it every time I turn around. And, just as I stated above, I cannot stand to see it undone, so I try to get it done and put away in a most timely manner. And, I do my Dad's also and that account for about 5 pieces per week and it seems we have about 25 pieces. ~maybe not quite that many~
3. How hard is it for you to 'turn the other cheek?'
It has gotten easier the older I've gotten and I was raised that was just what you did. I truly believe that can touch a person's soul way more than trying to "get even."
4. When did you last turn a drawer, your car, a room, or your entire house upside down looking for something? Did you find it?
About two months ago we were looking for the house plan that had all the floor outlets laid on it. I had cut out all the furniture to scale, taped them in their proper place in the house and then placed the floor outlets exactly where they needed to be. Well, we/I lost that and Hubby and I did literally turn this house upside down looking for it to no avail. So, so aggravating because then we had to just guess as best we remembered and we missed one very important floor plug. Thankfully our nice electrician is going to add it for us even though that means breaking into the slab a little. But, floor plugs are important! We have never had them in our present house and I look forward to not having unsightly cords all over the place.
5. 'One good turn deserves another'...were you most recently on the giving or receiving end of that sentiment?
I have been on the receiving end of that many times but last week I was given the privilege to be on the giving end. I hosted my study club here in our home last week and the gal that was suppose to do the program had a death in her family and was unable to do the program. She had the program prepared and asked me if I thought I might "pull it off." Well, this gal comes to the rescue of so many all of the time and I was thrilled that I could "come to her aid" at this time.
6. Red, yellow, and orange are the colors of fall. Also the colors of fruit. If you were permitted only one color of fruit in your diet, which would you choose? This question isn't as easy as it sounds, at least not for me.
Oh, it's very easy for me because I am NOT a lover of fruit. I do enjoy an apple every blue moon, so I will have to go with red and the rest of you can have all the yellow and orange fruit you like. ~not for me~
7. The Hunt for Red October, October Sky, Halloween...which 'October' film is your favorite?
October Baby.........I watched this on Netflix and it is a very moving story about a young girl that finds out she has been adopted after her birth Mom had a failed abortion. It is a faith based movie and well worth watching.
8. Insert your own random thought here.
Our little "C-man" got to go to the Pumpkin Patch at their church a few days ago and his Mom snapped this precious picture of him. Look at those rosey cheeks!