Today I'm joining Joyce
From This Side of the Pond
Moving into Wednesday Vol. 26
1. How many times in your life have you moved house?
22 if I've counted correctly and not left any out.
2. What subject would you study if you had a year to devote to it?
I can think of many subjects I would like to study but none for a year
3. What in this world breaks your heart?
Child abuse and neglect
4. What is one item that symbolizes the times in which we live? Why?
Muli-lanes of traffic...we live at such a fast pace.
5. Share a favorite bumper sticker or t-shirt slogan.
I don't remember any that I've seen lately.
6. How do you like your spaghetti?
With Marinara and meat
7. What is one piece of advice you would give a recent or soon to be recent graduate?
Be true to Yourself and hold on to the values you've learned from your mentors.
8. Insert your own random thought here.
Last night the electricity was off for about 40 minutes...after being without it for 5 days, this was unsettling...we've been told to be conservative, that we are not where we were before the storms and may not be until the end of Summer...During the 5 days, temperatures were so moderate that AC wouldn't have been needed anyway. That isn't the case at present. Our highs are getting into the 90s and we're beginning to experience the humidity that is Summer in the south...Honey Bear and I have discussed what could happen if the electronic structure of our lives were to shut down..we are slowly preparing for just such an event. The dollar is being devalued on the World Market. We could be approaching the end times....I don't know about your family, but we do almost all of our purchasing by credit card and pay our bills on line by debit. When we had no electricity in half of our state that meant: no traffic lights, no credit card machines or ATMs...Gas pumps didn't work until generators were hooked up...so much of our lives depend on
computer run machines, its scary. Much food for thought.
Also joining Susan for Outdoor Wednesday
Flags in Charleston, South Carolina