Happy Wednesday friends! Before I run off for the day, lets Hodgepodge!
1. What’s something blogging has taught you about yourself?
I don’t know if blogging has TAUGHT me anything in particular, other than I like having a space where I can write creatively and share with my friends, and for that I am thankful.
2. Leftovers…are you in the ‘reheat and eat’ camp or the ‘put them in the fridge until they spoil and then toss them’ camp? What’s your favorite thing to have leftover? What can you not abide as a leftover?
Oh I love leftovers! I will take them to work for lunch, feed them to my family for dinner for days “What leftovers AGAIN?” – they are wonderful! I love Thanksgiving leftovers – turkey sandwiches made on croissants (thanks to my mother-in-law for getting us on that tradition!) with cranberry sauce, sweet potatoes, yum. Probably my least favorite thing to have as leftovers are green beans – they just don’t taste the same.
3. ‘Me time‘…your thoughts?
Very important! I think we often are so bombarded by people asking us to do things, making demands on our time and attention, competing for space, that it is good to separate some times and just be quiet, or to get away from it all. Even if it’s just a half hour walk, it is worth doing.
4. When people come to you for help, what do they usually want help with?
HA! In my job, as church receptionist and pastor’s admin, it could be anything! More often than not, it’s help getting someone’s contact information in the church, or to proof a document. This morning I’m sending out a mass email to our entire congregation, so that’s on my mind today.
5. If your childhood had a smell what would it be? Tell us why.
6. Insert your own random thought here.
It’s advent, and like I mentioned, I work at our church, so this is a wonderfully crazy time of year in all senses of the word! Constant demands on our attention, projects to get done, end of year reports, services to plan and implement, and amidst it all, trying to be still and enjoy this season… the lights, the smells, the reason we celebrate. May God be very real and near to all of you this season!