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Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Wednesday Hodgepodge: April Fools


Joyce over at From This Side Of The Pond comes up with these questions every week for all of us to enjoy and there is usually question that makes you think really hard so have a cup of coffee first before you answer so that your brain is awake for the hard work.  Thank you Joyce.

1. April rolls in at the end of this week and in celebration of that infamous date (April 1st) answer this question-What is something foolish you've done?
See I told you she comes up with at least one hard question and sure enough, she did right off the bat.I'm not the type to do something foolish purposely so I really can not think of anything. Now I have don fun things, I took a Belly Dancing Class with a friend once and I looked pretty foolish because I'm not graceful at all, does that count?

2. With April comes Easter and that classic edible treat known as Peeps...so tell me...what's your favorite way to fix/eat chicken? That wasn't what you were expecting, was it? I 'fooled' you. teehee.
I LOVE Peeps when you take off the wrapper and let them go hard and crunchy!  Doesn't everyone eat them that way? Real Chicken - grilled all the way!

3. What's the best museum you've ever visited? Or your favorite? Or the one you'd most like to visit?
We have gone to the Museum of Science in Boston MA and it was wonderful. I would love to go to the Smithsonian Museum one day.

4. You know what they say about April showers...what's your preference-a shower or a bath?
Bath all the way. Fill it with bubbles, turn on the jets, hit the on button on the radio and light candles. I'll be out in a few hours and so very relaxed!!

5. "Absence makes the heart grow fonder"...fact or fiction? Why?
It all depends on how long the absence takes place.  If for a short time (a few weeks or even a month) fine, longer than that and you may have a problem with the "wondering eye".  So it's very important to stay in touch. That is why Skype is so very important for the relationship of our service men and women to stay strong.

6. What's your favorite product made/grown in your home state/province?
NH is known for it's Maple Syrup and Maple Candy. YUM.
Photo from Fuller Sugar House Website

7. What is going on in the world today that affects you the most?
Oh My! 2 really hard questions this week Joyce?  There is so much going on out there. I am still watching what is going on in Japan.

8. Insert your own random thought here.

I put 3 snowmen in the yard last winter, I wonder where the 3rd one is?  I guess I need to get out the shovel to find it!


  1. Won't you be glad to see the snowmen go? : )
    I'm still watching Japan too...it's awful.

  2. You still have the snow ... although it does appear to be melting. It's snowing here today. WHERE IS SPRING?!?! ha!

    And regarding my "rant" ... I'm not sure that it would technically qualify as a rant ... more like some things that have been puzzling me lately. And no way would I quit blogging without letting y'all know ... not that I have any plans to ... even when my mind is blank and I feel like I have nothing to say. ha!

  3. Fortunately no snow here, just rain. But we need it to wash away the pollen.

  4. There's a twist...losing a snowman in the snow! LOL

    I read your previous post about your friend's dog. My eyes teared up. I'm so sorry for your friend. Our furry friends are also our family, and it hurts to give them up.

  5. Hope you find your snowman soon!

  6. The bath sounds divine!!! I need that right now, but alas, my tub doesn't have jets. I'll be over around 7pm. Hope you don't mind! :D

  7. Snowman, still?? I think I should be thankful we haven't had snow for a while.

  8. I will have to try that with Peeps! I love that maple candy. I thought some of the questions were hard too!


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