Welcome friends! I apologize for being a bit late getting this post up. The closest I got to my laptop today was when our German Shepherd got caught in the cord and I had to move it. I'm now home after a busy day of errands and music lessons.
Welcome to my new followers. I'm both humbled and pleased that you would choose to be part of my little farm blog. Thank you for following, and welcome!
Here are the questions for today's hop.
- What's your favorite clock- digital or an old fashioned face with hands?
- What's your favorite type of bird?
- How do you feel about being in front of people? This could include meetings, speeches, performing, or just saying something at a party.
- What's the last item of clothing that you purchased?
- Please give me a caption or a Wendell quote for this picture.
- I really like an old fashioned clock. Digital clocks work well for time when you need a quick glance, like in the car. Did I ever tell you that I'm slightly time challenged, and C.S.Farmer sets the clocks ahead so I will be on time?
- I love song birds. Cardinals are so pretty. I'm fond of morning doves too.
- I used to shiver in my boots! Speeches in elementary school freaked me out. In high school, all of that changed. My family always participated in community theater, and it seemed easier than being in front of school peers. By college, I loved being in front of people an still do. I was the coordinator for a dinner at our church. I wanted people to RSVP so I could get an idea of amounts for food. I dressed like a fairy (the silly kind- not a vision of beauty), all decked out with wings, a flower crown, and a wand. After service, during the announcement time, I made my announcement from the front of the church. I recited a really silly rhyme that basically threatened to poof them with my wand if they didn't reply soon. The entire room laughed uncontrollably and they clapped. "There's one in every crowd," as my mother used to always say.
- I bought a beautiful blue formal at the thrift shop Saturday for my singer daughter. She was so happy when I brought it home, and it fit great!
- "I hope they don't expect me to lay eggs now!"