1. April is National Jazz Appreciation Month. Are you a fan? If so what's a favorite you'd recommend to someone new to jazz listening?
Not really a fan of jazz.
My choice would be the harp.
3. Do you judge a book by it's cover? Elaborate. You may answer in either/both the literal or figurative sense of the word.
I am guilty of this. I most definitely judge a book by it's cover. Seeing a person dress in short dresses, short shorts, wearing jeans with holes at the top of their thighs, piercing covering their face, along with tattoos, baggy pants seeing their underwear.....I immediately predetermine the type of person he/she is. This is a trait I most definitely need to work on....for example the last time husband had a CT scan at Duke the person doing his scan had tattoos, nose rings, eyebrow rings, and I thought "Oh No". After talking to him, he was so nice and one of the tattoos, he showed me was a bible verse covering his arm.(sigh)
I snack on almonds daily.
I love beets, but have never had green beets. Cherimoya sounds tasty...pineapples and bananas I would add to my diet but...in my neck of the woods probably never find this!
Hub began his new chemo treatment yesterday.....taking 8 pills a day for two weeks. Prayers that this chemo will shrink the cancerous tumors and he can tolerate this new treatment.
I began keeping this cutie pootie a couple of weeks ago. Oh man....the joy and the best therapy ever!
Have a Blessed Day
You know, tattoos used to get me too . . . and then my daughter got three or four. I've grown accustomed to them - to the point where I'm thinking of getting two myself - meaningful ones. I just said a prayer for your husband. Hugs.ReplyDelete
Congrats on your new grandson!! Have a great week.ReplyDelete
Praying for your husband's treatments, for their effectiveness and his tolerance of them. May the Lord bless you.ReplyDelete
I will be praying for your hubs and this new treatment. So glad you have this beautiful little grandson to add a bright spot to this hard road you're walking. He's a cutie and how fortunate you are to have him nearby!ReplyDelete