Monday, September 29, 2014

MQAM: Bread Pudding and Miniature Golf

Acting Balanced
Heather & Wayne at Acting Balanced gives us four questions each week to answer (and we have the option to add one question of our own for a total of five questions).

Here are today's Questions and my responses:

1. September is Better Breakfast month - so tell us what you had for breakfast today?

Answer: I had small piece of chocolate chip bread pudding, a small piece of baked French Toast and an medium apple.

2. Yesterday was Miniature Golf Day - did you partake? Do you golf, miniature or regular?

Answer: I did not partake in miniature golf and I have not for years.  I should though because it would have been fun.  I do not play regular golf.

3. Today is Elephant Appreciation Day - do you appreciate elephants?

Answer: I do appreciate elephants.  They are beautiful creatures.

4. Next Sunday is "Ask a Stupid Question Day" - what will you ask?

Answer: If the professor on Gilligan's Island can make a radio out of coconut, why can't he fix a hole in a boat?

Sunday, September 28, 2014

Sunday Stealing: Ask Away!


This week's Sunday Stealing comes from Stronger.

1. What is your zodiac sign? Libra
2. What is your favorite color? Blue
3. What’s your lucky number? Five
4. What talents do you have? None
5. Are you psychic in any way? No
6. Favorite song? Eat the Rich by Aerosmith

7. How many pillows do you sleep with? Just one, but would love to have more.
8. What position do you usually sleep in? On my right side.
9. Have you ever tried archery? Yes
10. What’s the longest you’ve ever gone without sleep? 48ish
11. Do you have any scars? Yes, many.
12. Have you ever had a secret admirer? No
13. Can you do any other accents other than your own? Yes
14. Are you a good judge of character? Sometimes.
15. Can you curl your tongue? Yes
16. Are you a clean or messy person? Clean at work and messy at home.
17. How long does it take for you to get ready? 15 minutes
18. Do you have much of an ego? No
19. Do you talk to yourself? Yes
20. Do you sing to yourself? Yes
21. Can you name all 50 states of America? Yes
22. Have you ever been scuba diving?  No
23. What makes you nervous? Death
24. Do you correct people when they make mistakes? No
25. Are you ticklish? No
26. Have you ever been in a position of authority? Yes
27. How many piercings do you have? None
28. Can you roll your Rs? Yes
29. How fast can you type? at least 60 words per minute

30. What are you allergic to? Bullshit and stupidity
31. Do you keep a journal? Yes
32. Do you like your age?  No
33. What makes you angry? Liars, thieves and people that abuse animals and children.
34. Were your ancestors royalty?  No sure

Friday, September 26, 2014

Monday, September 22, 2014

60 Ways 2 Peace: Day 1 through Day 18

Mimi from Mimi Writes says:
There are thousands of peace bloggers in the world today. They come from six continents and 202 countries and territories. Every post, status update, tweet, and peace globe is different. But the message is the same.
Dona nobis pacem ~ Grant us peace
You don't have to be a rabble-rouser, a tree hugger, a hippie or a street protester to speak strongly for peace in the world. All you need is a quiet determination, a blog, a Facebook profile, a Twitter account, an Instagram, or a website! Any other place on the web you call home.
And one more thing.....a belief in the power of words.
We believe that words are powerful. This matters.
Mimi has challenged the world to post 60 Ways 2 Peace. For the 60 days leading up to Blog4Peace on November 4th, we are to post one way to be peaceful each day. People have been using any social media platform available (FB, Twitter, Instagram, Blogging, Tumblr, etc) with the hopes of a peaceful transformation in 60 days.
I have been posting my daily way to peace on Facebook and here are the ones I have posted for the first 18 days.

Day 1: Volunteer at the local animal shelter.
Day 2: Show love and kindness to all creatures, great and small.
Day 3: Make peace a goal. Strive to meet that goal each day, in some special way.
Day 4: Provide food and shelter to those in need.
Day 5: Always tell the truth.
Day 6: Spend time in nature.
Day 7: All remember the wrong, but focus out how to prevent those wrongs from happening again.
Day 8: Volunteer at the local homeless shelter.
Day 9: Smile at least one per day.
Day 10: Never lose hope.
Day 11: Peace can only penetrate a heart that is truly open to it.
Day 12: Talk to someone you trust.
Day 13: Try to be open minded when listening to others.
Day 14: Volunteer at the local hospital
Day 15: Say what you mean and mean what you say.
Day 16: Finding peace within will allow you to see obstacles with reason.
Day 17: Genuinely care about others.
Day 18: Spread peace across the globe.