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Friday, June 27, 2008

Friday's Feast 6/27

Appetizer: What is the weather like today where you live? Currently it's 62 degrees with 92% humidity- ugh!! The high today is supposed to be 88 with a chance of storms later this afternoon.

Soup: On a scale of 1-10 with 10 being highest, how career-minded are you? Hard question. I work part-time (Activity Director in a nursing home) and spend the rest of the week at home with my kids. When I'm at work, I feel like I should be at home, and when I'm at home, I feel like I should be at work-- I could do either one full-time and still not have enough hours in a day either place. But... on the other hand, I'm not a driven career woman, either- I enjoy my job and love my residents, but, at the end of the day, I'm not looking to go anywhere else with this job, and there are no corporate ladders to climb. So, I dunno, I guess I'll say about a 6.

Salad: What type of window coverings do you have in your home? Blinds, curtains, shutters, etc.? Shades of some type (fabric or pull-down) in nearly every room on the 2nd and main floor, some have curtains over them, some do not.

Main Course: Name something that instantly cheers you up. My kids. They were miracle babies (both preemies) and snuggling up with one of them on the couch reminds me how very blessed we are to have them both here and healthy.

Dessert: How many times do you hit the snooze button on a typical morning? Children don't come with snooze buttons, so, none! ;)


  1. Thank you for the feast! I enjoyed reading it :) Have a great weekend with the kids!

  2. Great main course! Happy Friday!

  3. On the main - Awe, I really miss those days. Happy Friday!

  4. Thanks for leaving a comment on my first Friday feast last week.

    Nice job you have - making people happy with art and craft. Helps them feel value in life.


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