1. I’ve read several posts and status updates recently describing end of year school field trips. Do you remember taking school field trips as a kid? Where did you go and do you recall a favorite? For any parents responding today, have you ever chaperoned a school field trip, and if so where?
I grew up in Falmouth Massachusetts. We had two memorable field trips. One was to the Mayflower in Pliymoth Plantation, in Plymouth, MA. You can read about this historical site HERE. It is pretty close to my hometown and was a great field trip.
The second one was to The Nation Seashore. You can go HERE and check it out. Back then, we we were able to stay in old barracks and stayed for a few days. Growing up on the peninsula of Cape Cod really was quite the idyllic way to grow up. The ocean, the sun, and my bike. Does it get any better than that?
2. What’s something you’re tired of seeing online?
Commercials! You know, the ones that pop up when you get to a site and are reading something? They just turn themselves on. Of course if you disable that pop up then you do not get to read the story you are trying to read!
3. June is the month for roses. Which of the following expressions would you say has most recently applied to your life-‘everything’s coming up roses’, ‘there’s no rose without a thorn’, ‘came out smelling like a rose’, or ‘wearing rose-colored glasses’?
Everything is coming up roses. Life has been mostly good. Savannah’s party was great, the garen is almost completely in and after today I can take a day or two off.
4. When grilling outdoors do you prefer gas or charcoal? Who does the grilling at your house? What’s the last thing you ate that was cooked on a grill?
Charcoal. Hubs used to do the grilling, but I have found I do a pretty good job of it, so I have taken over.
5. Are you afraid of the dark?
Yes. I have nite lights around the house. It has always been this way.
6. Share a favorite song with a number in it’s title.
7. “Everything that irritates us about others can lead us to an understanding of ourselves.”(C.G. Jung). Do you agree? Why or why not?
Yes, because when we find something that irritates us, we can often see that we are guilty of the same. Through this insight can come understanding.
8. Insert your own random thought here.
My garden is officially is in. The bubble gum is laid out in the stone walls and I hope that it will work again to keep the chipmunks and squirrels at bay.