Wednesday, October 14, 2020

Wednesday Hodgepodge

 

Thank you Joyce for these questions.

1. Let's start things off right...Wednesday is National Dessert Day. What are we having? How often do you  make/serve dessert? Store bought or from scratch? 

No dessert for me.  I have been trying to stay away from sweets.
Very seldom do I make desserts.  My late hub, very seldom ate desserts.  When I would make something he could eat one piece/slice and be satisfied, Me I would eat the whole thing!






2. Slow as molasses, icing on the cake, that's the way the cookie crumbles, have your cake and eat it too, half-baked idea, that takes the cake...which phrase might be applied to something in your life in recent days? Explain. 

That's the way the cookie crumbles.

I found out some very disturbing, heart-breaking news last Wednesday.  I have cried, prayed, and reached out to services to try and help this child BUT according to services (CPS, etc.) there isn't anything I can do.  Do I have to accept this...Yes, BUT gosh dang it is hard.
But I remember when I can't put my prayer into words, God hears my heart.


3. Something that's 'easy as pie' for you to do?


I am drawing a blank!  It is definitely not cooking that all will batch for!

4. Are you someone who likes to 'sugarcoat' news you think might not be well received, or are you more of a tell it like it is and let the chips fall where they may? Do you like to receive your news the same way you give it? 

I am more tell it like it is person.  The more I try to sugarcoat something, the more I get tongue tied.
Just tell me the news!


5. Something you did recently that made you feel like a 'smart cookie'? 

Finally, being able to multi-task on the computers I am using for teaching.  I still have my moments, but I am feeling so much more comfortable.  

6. Insert your own random thought here. 

The School Board met Monday and students will be returning to school on a hybrid schedule October 26th.

They are growing up and finally hit the growth chart!
I am ready!


So thankful for Facetime!
Have a great week!

7 comments:

  1. Thanks for your visit. Those grandkids or yours are all cute! Yes facetime can be a blessing or not - one of ours asked to facetime us yesterday and then when we got connected he burst into floods of tears lol.

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  2. I have a good friend at church who is doing the on-line teaching at her school with the 4th graders. The situations she faces are amazing but after this first 9 weeks, she's got a real good handle on it.

    Yes, to God seeing our hearts when our words just can't articulate the hurts.

    Keep trusting Him!

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  3. Visiting today from the Hodgepodge. I hope the transition back to in person school goes well. This is one time where I am glad I am no longer in the classroom. I see my teacher friends working so hard and being stressed over all the changes. These are not easy times for sure!

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  4. I know there are things we want so much to fix that are out of our hands. And we pray. And pray.
    I'm with you on dessert. I try to stay away from sugar. It is my enemy. Enjoyed your post.

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  5. I'm sorry for your hard situation and that you feel helpless. God hears our prayers and I do hope somehow things resolve for the better even if we can't see it now. Yay for kids returning to the classroom!

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  6. I just went back and read your post about the twin grandbabies! They are so cute! I'm married to an identical twin and we have fraternal twins . . . and when I met my husband, I was living with identical twins. When we married, there were two sets of identical twins in the wedding!

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  7. Sorry about whatever was heavy on your heart. We Facetime our grands too. I am guessing you are a teacher. I hope it goes well for you.

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