1. Ever played the game Farkle? Are you a risk taker? In games only or also in life?
When I asked Dear if we had ever played Farkle, he said no, he paused and then said, “Sounds like a fairy fart.” Chuckle, chuckle.
In games I’m not afraid of taking a risk but in real life I tend to cling to the sure thing. I do like an adventure but even with an adventure I need to have some control. I think that’s one of the reasons I’m not enamored with the idea of a cruise. Too much is out of my control…
2. What’s your favorite thing about your yard or whatever outdoor space you may have?
I like the fact that whatever window we look out of, we see yard, trees, plants, birds, bugs. One of my desires when we moved from our city home was to purchase a property where I wouldn’t be staring into someone’s carport when I was outside or when I was looking out a window. I wanted nice views and I’m thankful for those nice views.
3. Tell us about the most interesting building you’ve seen or been in.
Old cathedrals and churches fascinate me more than anything modern. We’ve been in several amazing Cathedrals in Great Britain. Today I’ll choose Gloucester Cathedral in England to share. Amazing architecture and details that I could take hundreds of photos of. The Cloisters in this building boggle the mind. Questions pop up like, “How did they do that?”, “How long did it take to build this?” “How has it survived all these years?” Here’s only six of those hundreds of photos!
4. In this current season of social distancing, what’s something you’ve come to realize you take for granted in more ordinary times? Do you think you’ll make a conscious effort to appreciate whatever that ‘it’ is once normal life resumes?
There is so much that we take for granted. That’s a lesson all in itself. What a carefree life we’ve been afforded for so many years! I could list many things that I hope to take a conscious effort to appreciate. Going to church and worshiping with others is one for sure. Making traveling plans with ease instead of wondering about restrictions is another. Jumping in the car and heading to a restaurant to enjoy a meal out is another.
5. Share a favorite song with a springtime flower in the lyrics somewhere.
Drew a blank with any springtime flower in the lyrics but here is Springtime from Vivaldi’s Four Seasons!
And then I came across this one which will work, too.
6. Insert your own random thought here.
Our little family here in the northeastern corner of Washington State where we’ve had very few cases of COVID-19 felt that we could be together again.
This right here is the best feeling in the world. A sweet hug and cuddle!
Thank you to Joyce for providing the questions for Wednesday Hodgepodge.