1. What do you wish you'd done more of last year? Less of?
3. Do you have a word for the year? Elaborate if you'd like to elaborate.
I do: Strength. The word came to me several times in 1 day so I knew that was it. I pray for God to give me strength through this year. I also need the strength to let people around me know when I need to draw strength from them.
4. January 11 is National Milk Day...are you a milk drinker? What kind? Your favorite recipe that calls for milk (cereal doesn't count)?
I used to be a huge milk drinker. We drink whole milk in this house, which is why I don't drink much anymore. Favorite recipe? I'm drawing a blank for any recipe that calls for milk except for Danish Pancakes. More on that in early February! 😉
5. What excites you most about the future? What do you miss about the past?
In all honesty, the future is a little scary. I'm just taking things day by day and not thinking too far ahead. If I had to say 1 thing, I'd say retirement. I miss being able to call my mom on the phone and talk to her.
6. Insert your own random thought here.
I'm getting back in the swing of things after being off for the holidays and then having 3 days off last week due to the weather. I can't believe it's only Wednesday...it feels like it should be next week already! But summer will be here before I know it.
I like your word for the year and your elaboration. There are times we all need more strength, but being sensitive to offer it to others is something else. Hope the rest of your week is enjoyable.ReplyDelete
Thanks, Libby! :)Delete
Don't take a trip to any cliff edges with my hubs lol. We call him the mountain goat-ha! Strength is a good word. I will add you and your hubs to my prayers this week. Take care.ReplyDelete
I definitely had a hard to time getting back to "normal" after the holidays!ReplyDelete
Strength a good word for the year; I definitely need more strength to get through some days.ReplyDelete
We all definitely do!Delete
Laughed more, worried less...I like that. My milk answer was Swedish pancakes. Danish pancakes? Abelskivers? Strength is a good word.ReplyDelete
Strength is a good word. I think we all need more of it at times but also good to know when you need to ask for help. Enjoyed your post.ReplyDelete
I enjoyed your answers.ReplyDelete