Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Springing into Hodgepodge

1. The first day of spring is you enjoy working in the yard? Weeding, raking, mowing, planting-your favorite springtime garden chore? How about your least favorite?

Nope. Messing with dirt, leaves, or grass gives me a migraine and a sinus headache.

2. What puts a spring in your step?

Warm weather and sunshine.

3. Describe a time when you had to spring into action?

I've been around a couple of medical emergencies. Definitely some springing there!

4. We're having carrots for dinner...would you prefer yours raw or cooked?

Raw and grated in the salad, please.

5. Do you take the shampoos and other sundries from your hotel room when its time to check out?

Generally, no. With the exception of the mouthwash on occasion

6. What's the most enjoyable team or club you've belonged to and what was it that made it so?

That would definitely be our church staff, where I serve as Care Minister. It's very part-part-time for me, but it's a wonderful group of folks to work with. Such authenticity, great hearts for God and others, and they're also just a lot of fun to be around!

7. Is cloning a sign of progress?

No. I think it's a sign of human pride and arrogance gone amok, a modern-day Tower of Babel.

8. Insert your own random thought here.

Speaking of reviewing books, be sure to click on the book at the top of my sidebar to enter my giveaway for Randy Singer's latest novel and to read the incredible interview I had the opportunity to conduct with him. And stay tune for another great giveaway coming in the next couple of days -- one that has SPRING written all over it!

Random thought #2 - My girl is back from Thailand! God blessed the team in so many ways and it was a great trip! Now if we can just get her over this jet lag. . . !


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Nani said...

Ironic how the warm weather and sunshine make us feel so alive, but so down-for-the-count with allergies or migraines!

I think cloning has the potential for real good in the medical field but also for real disaster. It's just like cosmetic surgery; a true blessing for a burn victim or for reconstruction after a mastectomy, but pure vanity to get rid of wrinkles or make breasts perky on a 50-year-old.

April said...

Sinus headaches are the pits! So happy to hear that your daughter made it home safe and sound. I know you're relieved!

AuburnChick said...

Really love the way you answered #7! Well put!