Last week was absolutely massive! With our Fellowship Network Council Sunday through Tuesday, teaching on Wednesday and speaking engagements Friday and Sunday, add in a wedding, visitations and pastoral appointments and I come to this Memorial day pretty knackered but very happy to be participating in week 21 of Share Your World! Check out how others spent their weeks by clicking the icon above and going to Cee’s site.
Our hostess addressed the questions a little differently this week. Cee says :
I came up with a new way of doing Share Your World for this Week. Begin making four lists and have at least four items on each list. You can choose your lists out of the ones I have listed below. Have fun.
- Favorite Songs
- Favorite flowers or plants
- Favorites types of tea
- Favorite types of animals
- List of favorite blogs
- Stuff that makes you laugh
- Movies to cheer you up
- Favorite actors/actresses
- Good restaurants to eat at
- Best desserts
- Games to play with friends
- Fun things for a rainy day
- Books I want to read
- Things I want to have in my home (paintings, hot tubs, book cases, big screen tv etc)
- Places worth shopping
Favorite types of tea:
We were actually discussing this just this evening. Summer is upon us and most of my family switches over to ice coffee in the heat but I just can’t do it. Coffee should be hot! But I can do iced tea. I especially like herbal sun teas. My favorites are:
Lemon Balm or Lemon Grass
Lavender (although you should not drink this very often as lavender can become toxic in the body)
List of favorite blogs:
This is a really hard one. I read so many blogs and each for different reasons. I will pick four this week and if we ever do it this way again I will pick four more. I suppose I could just list them all but that would be a veeeeeeerrrrry long list.
I love Cee’s Photo Blog. I participate in so many of her challenges and they do really challenge me.
One of my favorite haunts in the blogosphere is Rochelle Wisoff-Fields Addicted To Purple. I especially love her Friday Fictioneers segments.
For devotional reading two of my favorites are Another Red Letter Day and Tom Raines, Affirmations of God.
My favorite dessert:
I love a homemade cheese cake anytime.
And in the fall there is nothing like pumpkin roll.
One of my all time summer favorites is Orange fluff
And at Christmas, Shtollen or fruit cake!
Movies that cheer me up. 🙂
I love movies that inspire heroism and teamwork. I also have a thing for superhero movies.
I loved Avengers: Age of Ultron. When the Scarlet Witch made her choice to be part of the team and to help Hawkeye, I shed a tear.
I laughed a lot through Guardians of the Galaxy. “We are Groot!”
Sahara doesn’t qualify as a superhero flick exactly but what a rollicking ride that was
And I think National Treasure has to make this week’s list.
Bonus question: What are you grateful for from last week, and what are you looking forward to in the week coming up?
I am grateful for so many wonderful opportunities to preach and teach last week. I am also grateful for the many wonderful connections I made at Network Council. This week I hope to get some time to work on the gardens and to start my next writing project in earnest.
I’ve not seen the new Avengers movie yet, but I’m sure it’s in my future. The grandkids loved Guardians of the Galaxy, and when they’re on a movie kick, it will be viewed MANY times. In one weekend. 😉 I love mint tea! Hot or cold. I miss Friday Fictioneers, I really need to work that back into my blogging schedule.
My own blogging schedule has been a little nuts lately Patti. I’ve been struggling just to write and answering my comments is something that frequently falls by the wayside now. Sorry it has taken me so long to get back to you.
There’s another side of life that needs tending, also.