Wednesday Hodgepodge ~ Gratitude

Welcome to another week of Hodgepodge Wednesday.
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(1) What's something you take for granted, that when you stop to think about it you feel truly grateful for?

A- Washing clothes or the dishes. It's something that must be done over and over. So it becomes very much a routine. But, when I stop to think, I am grateful I have a family I can serve.

(2)  The color brown - love it or no? What's your favorite shade of brown? Most loved something in your home or closet in a shade of brown.

A- Autumn can have some beautiful brown leaves. So I am neutral on the color brown. My favorite shade is tan. My favorite brown item is a pair of brown pants.

(3) What's something you look forward to today?

A- Not necessarily looking forward to it...but, I finally get my chipped front tooth fixed. It feels weird every time I move my lips. So, because of that I guess I am looking forward to going to the dentist.

(4) The word `feminism` is not new, but it has been generating all kinds of headlines in recent days and months. What do you think/feel when you hear the word? If you're a woman, do you want to be described as a feminist? Why or why not?

A- This is one I really need to do more research on. I actually haven't thought that much about it.

(5) What is something you personally can't eat without making a mess?

A- Spaghetti - I usually wear a napkin bib for that purpose

(6) When did you last surprise someone with a little gift or when were you last surprised by someone with a little gift? What was it?

A- Monday, I took a friend out to lunch. It was a special time. I had not seen her since her wedding. Also, I took another friend a Bath & Body Works product when she invited me to her house.

(7) Share a favorite quote, saying, song lyric, or scripture relating to gratitude.

A- Joy is the simplest form of gratitude ~ Karl Barth

(8) Insert your own random thought here:


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