Where does the time go? I completely forgot to answer the questions on Tuesday, so here I am, early Wednesday morning, typing away! Luckily the questions weren't too difficult so I didn't have to think too much to answer them.
1. Something little you are loving right now?
The Bible in a Year Podcast with Fr. Mike Schmitz. You don't have to be Catholic to enjoy this! He reads a chapter or 2 from 2 different books of the Bible, as well as a chapter or verse from Proverbs or Psalms, says a prayer, and gives a reflection on what he read. And all of that in around 20 minutes or less! The podcast started out as #1 on the Apple Podcast list (regardless of genre) and stayed there for 17 weeks.
2. Red roses or pink peonies? Red wine or pink lemonade? Red lipstick or pink polish? A cotton candy colored sky or a fiery red sunset? A book-movie-song you love with the word red or pink in it's title?
Pink peonies; red wine; pink polish; both (how can you make a choice when God is showing his artwork?). I can't think of a book-movie-song, but I do really like Pink, the singer. She has spunk!
3. What's something you currently have your heart set on doing-going-seeing-or experiencing?
More of Europe. I want to experience the German Christmas Markets, Oktoberfest, and see Rome as well as other parts of Italy.
4. Who would you most like to have a heart to heart with right now? Is that possible?
My mom or my dad. It's not possible, so I have to pull up my big girl panties and be an adult!
5. Write an acrostic for the word L-O-V-E.
I just finished my quiet time with Jesus, so all I can think of is the acronym I use for my journaling. This is from Sonja Corbitt, and it helps me focus on scripture and apply it to my life:
Listen, Observe, Verbalize, Entrust
6. Insert your own random thought here.
I'm not big on the holiday either, but mostly because I don't need the card/flower/candy companies to tell me that only on this day do we say "I love you". How insane.ReplyDelete
I liked your answers. I also want to go to Germany and Italy.ReplyDelete
Enjoyed my visit here. Number 5 was great and I will have to check out that link!ReplyDelete
Yes I understand wishing to seee Mom or Dad one more time Happy Valenis dayReplyDelete
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I think the holiday is contrived, but I also think the world needs a little more love right now and if this helps in some way I'm for it. We have never made a big deal of it here. We ordered a 'to cook' meal from our local wine store and I'm looking forward to that-filets, crab cakes, and a bottle of red for a set price. I am, as always, all about the meal : )ReplyDelete
You're right, Pink has spunk! I would love to go back to Europe. However I'm thankful that I did get there once in my life. I like your acrostic. Hope you have a nice weekend.ReplyDelete