So, you know the drill. If it's Wednesday, it's time for Hodgepodge!
1. When did you last swim against the tide?
The Mister and I felt like we were swimming against the tide when we had to change planes in Paris and had to find our gate in another terminal within an hour.
By the way... four years of French One did not help us one bit.
The last self help book I read was not for me, but rather, for a couple of family members who will remain nameless.
3. "Tolerance is a tremendous virtue, but the immediate neighbors of tolerance are apathy and weakness. " (Sir James Goldsmith)
Note to self: include private plane on my Christmas list.
I spent 4 summers at Camp Tegawitha in The Poconos. I just LOVED every minute of it. Unfortunately, it was closed when my girls were old enough to attend. They did go to a church camp for a couple of weeks and enjoyed it. I still felt badly that they missed out on the fabulous Tega experience, though.
The bored looking chick in the cardigan is Dude, the beautiful height-challenged hottie is moi, and our cabin mate, Stephanie on our first day of camp. Oh yeah, the over-dressed pipsqueak front and center is Sista.
I met another Tega girl many years later in Texas. Judy and I both wanted to be a song leader but neither of us made the cut.
I grew up going to Fairfield Beach on Long Island Sound. I have always loved the water and am not particular as to what body of water I am enjoying. I am very fortunate because now that I am living on the South Shore, I cannot go very far without seeing water.
Whenever the Mister and I are going out to eat, I always vote for the restaurant on the water, whereas it's all about the food for the Mister.
I would have to say Moon River because it was the first song that the Mister and I danced to as husband and wife.
"Don't ye wish your girlfriend was hot like me?" was not written yet.
Three years ago, yesterday, I sat down at my kitchen table in McKinney, Texas and wrote my first blog post. I was the farthest thing from being tech savvy. My girls spent endless hours displaying unwavering
I'm glad that I stuck with it because I am so grateful to all of you who take the time to read my posts. I have been blessed with dear friends - whether in person or "virtually" that I would never have met, had it not been for this silly little blog.
Until next time...