We went to dinner at some friends house a few days before Christmas. She fixed an eye round roast, mashed potatoes and gravy, green beans, rolls and blueberry 4 layer delight. It was absolutely delicious, just good "soul" food. She's a great cook anyway but this was "over the top" with goodness!
Our church has a gorgeous sanctuary and at Christmas it is even more gorgeous. This year the ladies added a touch of turquoise and white with the green and red and it was stunning. We still have a most traditional style sanctuary. ~few of them left~
4. What does fresh start mean to you?
A clean slate, a new beginning , the beginning of a new period in time. I love Monday's and I love new years, although it just means that time continues to fly by. ~ugh!~
5. On a scale of 1-10 (with 10 being very positive and 1 being not so great) how would you rate 2016 in terms of personal achievement and well being? Explain.
6. Every January 1st since 1976 Lake Superior University has published a list of words they'd like to see banished from the Queen's English. Words may be banished due to misuse, overuse, or just general uselessness. Go here to read more about how the words were chosen or, if you're like me, to find out what in the world the word or phrase even means or the context in which it's used. There were quite a few on this year's list I'd never heard before.
Here's the 2017 list of banished words-
You, Sir-focus-Bete Noire-Town Hall Meeting-Post Truth-guesstimate-831-historic-manicured-echo chamber-on fleek-bigly-ghost-Dadbod-listicle-get your dander up-selfie drone-frankenfruit-disruption
Their all a bit on the stupid side as far as I'm concerned and I would love to see the word "sucks" banished. It's just so ugly and nasty and that's all I'll say about that.