1. June is National Great Outdoors Month. Have you spent any time appreciating the great outdoors this month? If so where, and if not do you have any plans to enjoy the great outdoors before the calendar turns?
No, I have not spent any time in the great outdoors other than just going from here to there and back from there to here. And, no, there are no plans to enjoy the great outdoors. Hubby and I have hung close to home this past year as we've been involved in building our new house. But, we both look forward to getting this project behind us and taking off to enjoy some the great outdoors.
2. What's a current hot button issue for you?
Moms posting pictures of their teenage daughters in bikinis on social media or worse, pictures of themselves. I will not elaborate, but I do not get it. Is nothing sacred anymore?
3. What's a food or treat that 'disappears like hotcakes' in your house?
For Hubby it would be Blue Bell HomeStyle Ice Cream that is NO more. But, when it was around, Hubby enjoyed a bowl every evening and he's been having withdrawal ever since it was pulled off the shelves. He's trying to enjoy Goldenbrook Homestyle now and guess it's okay as he pretty much eats a bowl of that every night now. On a rare occasion I will enjoy some. Popcorn would be the treat that disappears for me. I can eat it until the "cows come on." ~chomp, chomp~
4. How hot is too hot?
Well, if we're talking about temperatures anything above 90 is hot enough. Here in Louisiana we have this stuff called humidity and combined with the heat, it's just awful. But, I am so cold natured that I really tolerate the warmer temps better than the colder ones. Now, if we're talking about hot seasoning for food, well, you just about cannot get it too hot for me. Love, love spicy hot food!
5. Do you have an artistic outlook on life? What does that mean to you?
Hummm......I'm thinking I do, to me it means that each new day brings new perspectives and new challenges and we need to meet them "head on." ~sometimes not an easy task~
6. What's one question you'd like to ask your father, or one you wish you could ask your father?
I am blessed to still have my Dad and we have some wonderful conversations frequently. Almost every week I learn something new about his childhood, his 58 years of marriage to my Mom or his 50+ years of ministry. They are definitely treasured conversations.
7. Something you learned from your father?
I've learned so much from my Daddy that it's hard to narrow it down to just one thing. But, one big thing would be that, even when we don't understand why things are the way they are, God is still on His throne and He is still in control.
8. Insert your own random thought here.