This is week number seven of sharing my world and week number 20 for those of you have been participating since the beginning.
Here are the questions:
- How old would you be if you didn’t know how old you are? Wow! I am not even really sure what this is asking. Is it about how old I act? Or is about how old I wish to be? I think how old I act is directly related to the number of coffees I have consumed on a given day. If however this question is about what age I truly aspire to, I think 1,000 would be an excellent age to be. Just think of all you could experience in a thousand years!
- What is the kindest thing anyone has done for you? Heavens! I have been the recipient of so many kindnesses. I think one of the greatest kindnesses extended to me has been the willingness of my church family to never give up on me!
- What was your favorite childhood television program? Scooby Doo…Superfriends…No Justice League of America…No Spiderfriends…No Thundar the Barbarian…No the Six Million Dollar Man…No Wonder Woman…No The Bionic Woman…Noooooooooooooo! That was me descending into a 70’s retrofitted television coma!
- Which cooking utensil (other than the usual pots and pans etc) would you miss the most? Oh that’s easy the cheese grater! 🙂
Here are some pictures from the neighborhood!
thank you for sharing with us, Pastor J! Loved the pics!
Pastor J, you truly do bless me with your blog each and every day. Thank you!!! The pictures are beautiful.
Thanks for sharing these beautiful pictures, Pastor J! Just wondering, in picture #3 did she enter the forest through a wardrobe? Love the picture!!!
That’s actually my grandmother’s fur coat she’s wearing. Poor old thing has seen better days! 😉
I always enjoy reading your answers. When I look at the TV shows from the 70s and 80s…how boring can you get. At least the 70s started with new concepts and ideas. But compared to know…oh yeah!!
‘Tis true ‘Tis true!
>> “What was your favorite childhood television program?”
You’ve got to be kidding! I had children of my own before TV even started! [I did enjoy watching Star Trek with them (and still do). Does that count?]
The cheese grater? You can buy grated cheese!
Love the pics!
Of course Star Trek counts! I’m a Next Generation Trekky myself! And I need a cheese grater not for cheese but for zucchini and cabbage and other salad stuff and of course to grate chocolate to put on top of cheese cake!
I so love your answers in this weeks post. But your photos are something else agan! What a gorgeous tint to the first one, something I’d adore on my own walls. I also love the beauty of the last one, great conception. I think you could quit your day job! Okak……maybe not. But you get my point.
Thanks for playing along. It’s such an awesome way to meet new bloggers, don’t you think?
It really is. I have met so many wonderful people through blogging! Thanks for the compliments. I just attended a youth art symposium through our denomination and some of the photography there was absolutely stunning. One of my goals is to bring the arts into the church. Your comments let me know in some small way I am succeeding!
Love your answers, love the photos, definitely love the cheese grater!! You are one brave soul to want to live 1000 years–I’ll just wait for you, up North, if that’s okay. God bless you and your family. love, sis Caddo
Oh I fully intend to live a thousand years Sis Caddo! I will have to go to Heaven first but after a few years there I fully intend to come back and resume the work here for a thousand years! This life here is a blip compared to what is to come!