Friday Feast #156 -- late again!
Appetizer -Describe your laundry routine. Do you have a certain day when you do it all, or do you just wash whatever you need for the next day?
With only myself to do laundry for, it is not a problem. I do laundry when I feel like it or if something I want or need to wear is dirty.
Soup -In your opinion, what age will you be when you’ll consider yourself to truly be old?
I occasionally felt old as a child; today at 60, I often feel young. I don't know what old is beyond a feeling.
Salad -What is one of your goals? Is it short-term, long-term, or both?
My son convinced my when I retired that I set too many goals in my life. I no longer set goals and find that I still get things done, have less stress and it only took (nearly) four years to get to this point. Thanks John!
Main Course -Name something unbelievable you’ve seen or read lately.
Two years and four mission trips later, I continue to be amazed by the devastation that resulted from Hurricane Katrina. Not only the physical effects in New Orleans and along the Gulf Coast, but in the attitudes and behavior of people... good and bad.
Dessert -On a scale of 1-10 with 10 being highest, how happy are you today?
Happiness seems elusive to me as it is a fleeting emotion, too often dependent on the action of others or effected by things outside of our control. If you ask me about contentment, I will tell you that I am a 9 or 10. Are happiness and contentment the same thing? You tell me.
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