It's Wednesday and time for Joyce's thought provoking questions......
NOTE: I have no idea why Blogger will not allow me to increase the size of my font in the first 6 questions. So, so aggravating but I guess it has a mind of it's own this morning. I'm so sorry as I know it is almost unreadable! Ugh!
I'm not a poet and I know it! 😏 But, 3 "unrhyming" words would be: fun, memories and lots of noise!
2. When did you last say, 'the more the merrier'? Did you mean it?
I'm sure I have said it, but I have no idea when the last time was that I said it. And, I'm not sure that "the more the merrier" is always true. Sometimes "less is better."😄
3. What's one piece of advice you'd give someone who is your same age?
Just one piece? I have lots but one piece would be to enjoy each day because we're not getting any younger.
4. You're ordering a veggie plate, what four veggies are on it?
Oh, I could live on veggies. My four would be: corn, okra, cabbage and broccoli.
5. Shop til you drop! Did you? Have you ever? Will you between now and Christmas?
No, I did not! I don't think I've ever shopped in actual stores on black Friday and likely never will. I did get a couple of items off the internet on Black Friday but that's it. I have definitely "shopped till I dropped" but will not be doing that between now and Christmas. 90% of my shopping is done. I just need to get it wrapped.
6. What's your favorite chair in your house, and why is it a favorite?
Oh, my recliner!!! It's where I land after dinner each evening that we are at home. Hubby has his and I have mine and we share a table that is between them. ~isn't that sweet~
7. Share an early memory of faith, religion, or spirituality.
When I was about 8 years old I wanted a Chatty Cathy doll for Christmas. Funds were very, very limited at that time and I remember my Daddy telling my brother and me that we would get very little that year for Christmas. We had some precious neighbors that did not have children and loved us dearly. They asked my parents what they could get us for Christmas and they ended up getting us the 2-3 items that my brother and I really wanted. Afterwards my Dad explained to us how the Lord used our neighbors to provide us what he and Momma could not afford for us that Christmas. And, he further explained how the Lord always provides our needs and often provides over and beyond our needs. My childhood was filled with many examples of HIS faithfulness through some tough financial times. But, those times provided me with some precious memories and gave me a firm foundation of God's faithfulness.
8. Insert your own random thought here.
Added note: Don't forget Dolly Parton's Christmas of Many Colors: Circle of Love is on tonight. I can't wait!