Wednesday, June 10, 2020

Wednesday Hodgepodge

From this Side of the Pond

1. Last thing you said yes to? Did you regret it?

Very simple  "Yes" answer...having lunch with my aunt.  Definitely did not regret it!

2. No big deal, no contest, no dice, no hard feelings, no ifs ands or buts, no kidding, no offense, no pain no gain, no way...choose one and tell us how it applies to your life currently.

No ifs ands or buts  when it comes to being wrong.  If you are in the wrong, there is no discussion you are wrong....no ifs ands or buts about it. 

3. Thursday June 11th is National Making Life Beautiful Day...in this strange season how are you adding beauty to your days/life?

Simply trying to keep my daily walks...I can do a lot of thinking when walking.  Spending time with my aunt and her family (we are trying to get together every other Sunday) just enjoying each other's company.

4. According to an article found here, these six foods taste better in June than at any other time of the year-strawberries, asparagus, peas, peaches, beets, and garlic. How many of these have you tasted so far this month? Anything on the list you'd say 'no thank you' to trying? Rearrange the list starting with your favorite (1) to your least favorite (6).

I have tasted 3 this month.
Really nothing on here that I don't like.
Strawberries
Peaches
Beets
garlic
asparagus
peas


5. Describe your current mood in three words.

Remember God's Vengeance

6. Insert your own random thought her

Shew!!  After listening/watching our governor speak yesterday about the reopening of schools in the fall, I said a silent prayer for our superintendent who has to make the final decision with all the guidelines in place.  




5 comments:

  1. Our schools have reopened and it is impossible to maintain social distancing. There just isn't enough physical space in the schools for the distance to be maintained! So they seem to be worrying more about the hand washing and not actually touching each other. It is a hard thing to make a decision on. My state was the last state to return to school and our state leader was ridiculed a bit for it, that he was being overly cautious. I am happy he was!

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  2. I’m also concerned about school. My daughters are adults, but my boyfriend is a substitute teacher.

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  3. I wonder how schools are going to open with social distancing. It seems hard to do in such confined spaces. I hope it doesn't just make a bunch of anxious students and teachers.
    So nice that you are able to get together to visit with relatives.

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  4. I too feel for people in leadership having to make hard decisions knowing no matter what someone will be angry and unhappy. Prayer helps I'm sure.

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  5. Schools restarting in the fall is definitely going to be a challenge. A granddaughter teaches kindergarten and will be facing a whole new methods of teaching. There are both pros and cons to these changes. Regardless, it is going to be difficult. Colleges are also having to change their mode of operation. We are going back to joint worship this next Sunday and speaking of changes. It is a huge responsibility on leaders of all aspects of society.

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