It's been a couple of weeks since I've done the HP. I was gone one week and last week was Spring Break for the HP. So, it's good to be back answering a few questions.
Lea is always looking at the clock
~Pretty pitiful but it does rhyme~
We were to never slam the door, any door, and that meant not letting the screen door slam behind us either. If we did then we had to open it back up and softly close it. And, to this day, I do not slam doors, nor can I stand for anyone else to slam doors.
We had a lot of rules but I do not ever remember feeling like my parents were too strict, they were strict, but it was just a way of life for me because I never knew any other way. I'm sure there were those observing that probably thought they were too strict, but, that was their issue, not mine.
Thankfully I have had very few, what I would call, kitchen disasters or mishaps. I do remember about 10 years ago burning a pot of soup that I was preparing to serve to a group of ladies. Thankfully, I did it early enough that I had time to start over and get it ready before they arrived. I didn't just burn it, I charred it and thankfully I smelled it before it burnt the entire kitchen down. The second problem was trying to get the burnt smell out of the house before the ladies arrived.
Well, I haven't planted doubt, a tree or myself but I have planted a few kisses lately between Hubby and the Grans. ~chuckle~
Cuffed denim capris and no, I love them. They are perfect this time of year.
For myself - warm hearted.........I have a big heart for people and especially those less fortunate or going through hard times. I enjoy reaching out and loving on folks.
For my home - welcoming.......I have been told that my home has a most welcoming feel and there's not greater compliment (for a home) as far as I'm concerned. I have always worked hard to create that feel and it's most important to me.