Wednesday, February 4, 2015

Wednesday Hodge Podge

Hodgepodge Questions-Volume 207

1. Do you wear your heart on your sleeve, or keep your emotions tucked in tight?
 Sort of in between, I guess, I am tenderhearted.

2. How did you meet your closest friend?
That would be Honey Bear. My cousin introduced us a a Dairy land Drive-in.....after him it would be my friend Rene and we met in 1999 at a club meeting.

3.  Pink lemonade, grilled salmon, cotton candy, pink grapefruit, a strawberry milkshake, or raspberry sorbet...of the pink foods listed, which one is your favorite?Grilled Salmon
Least favorite?  Raspberry Sorbet Which one have you most recently consumed? Grilled Salmon

4. When were you last 'tickled pink' over something? Explain. I guess that would be when my granddaughter, the Princess was old enough to exert her personality. My Daughter was never into girly stuff. My Granddaughter definitely is. My Daughter remarked once that she didn't know Girly Girls were born that way. The Princess is much more like me than my Daughter is and that tickles me.

5. Are you a fan of television talk shows? No  Daytime, nighttime, or both? What's your favorite?

6. When was the last time you wanted to ask a question, but felt too foolish to do so?
I guess that would be when I see someone with a designer bag and I want to ask what they paid for it.

7. My favorite ___snack_______________right now is ___Great Value Tropical Trail Mix______________.

  1. 8.  Insert your own random thought here.


  1. I loved reading your answers
    It was fabulous that my daughter was a girly girl..I would dress her in little pastel dresses all the time. Then she became a tomboy..but that only lasted for a year or so then she was back to the girly stuff again. I used to love going shopping with her.
    Have a great week
    Phoebe x

  2. That is cute about your granddaughter being a girly girl......

  3. Gotta' love a "girly girl"! They seem rare, these days. My only granddaughter is sort of in between...

  4. I had always wanted a girly daughter, but had sons (and I do love them dearly! But it would have been fun to have a daughter, too). But I did realize that if I had a daughter, she might be resistant to girly stuff. I'm still holding out hope for a granddaughter some day, though!

  5. I was never into girly stuff. I would much rather play army with the boys when I was younger.

    God bless.