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1. When I look at the sky I feel________________________________________.
Small in comparison. That God has created a really big world. Our God is a wonderful Maker.
2. If you had to run for political office, which one would you run for? Do you have any real desire to actually do this?
I would never in a million years ever want to do that!!!!!
3. What scent makes you think of home?
Of the home I grew up in or my home now?
I would say coffee reminds me of the home I grew up in. My Mother liked to entertain, so coffee reminds me of company.
I think our home smells like…..food.
4. How often do you take a step back to think about where you’re headed in life? Do you need more or less self-reflection?
I don’t think I mull this incessantly, but it does come up in thought. Especially now that we are coming up on Honey’s retirement. I don’t really like a lot of change and it feels like we are coming up on some.
5. July is National Ice Cream Month…besides a cone, what’s your favorite food item to top with ice cream?
Strawberries in sauce. Or Sanders Hot Fudge sauce.
6. What might your autobiography be called?
I Didn’t See That Coming. Story of my life.
7. Your least favorite mode of transportation? Why?
In the backseat of a small car. Because I am a tall girl, and Ugghhh, not comfortable!
8. Insert your own random thought here.
We had a fun weekend! Since we didn’t travel to Chicago to visit The Boy and The Dane, they traveled up to The Mitten by train. That was a first for them and they said they liked it, except for the delays. I think if we were to travel to Chicago, other than driving ourselves, we might choose the train. I feel like I might be able to read on a train, as opposed to not being able to read on a bus or car.
We made egg rolls, homemade ice cream ( black licorice, which sounds truly heinous to me but they LOVED, and strawberry), saw the new Planet of the Apes movie (good), went to a Tigers game (lost), ate out, played some cards, did a little shopping, went to church, made chicken cordon bleu, watched some Netflix, and hit up The Value World with a handy dandy 50% off entire order coo-pin.
The Tiger game was a mixed bag. I don’t mind the Tigers or baseball. BUT, it drizzled almost the entire game and it was a very unexciting game. I usually try and stay away from the Tigers because I am bad juju for them. I have been banished from the room because they start to lose when I arrive. Sorry Boys. I had the thought several times of what am I doing at a sporting event in the rain??? I spent a lot of the game formulating a plan for if I ever went to another game. I would wear my hair up so I wouldn’t have to deal with wet bangs or felting hair, I would have a hat to keep raindrops off the glasses, and I would remember an umbrella. The whole day was damp.
It was the first time I had ever been to Comerica Park. I had previously only caused them to lose at the old Tiger Stadium. This stadium was a much bigger deal than that stadium. Mousey had a bachelorette party to go to so Elyk joined us for the day.
It was fun to people watch. I am a little bit amazed at what some folk consider baseball appropriate attire, but mostly it was a sea of navy and orange. All of our people represented. While I did not have a shirt promoting the Tigers, it was the right color orange, so I felt ok about that.
These two looked like Tiger fans.
I think the next time we gals will let the guys go it on their own. Except for The Ab-Cat, she will want to go, she is a big fan certain Tigers!
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