Have a lot on my plate today, so will probably just stick with this weekly party post from MEET ME ON MONDAY. If something else of interest pops up, I will for sure post about it. If you look closely, you will see that I have been "Featured," but you will also see that it is totally random -- like in, I didn't do anything super special -- but it's still FUN!
Meet Me On Monday!!
Every Sunday Never Growing Old will post five get to know you questions that you can copy and paste into your own Monday post and we can all learn a little more about each and every one of us!!
Since there are so many creative Meet Me On Monday posts, I have decided to use the Random picker to select one winner each week to be featured!
This weeks random winner is:
Java will add a linky so we can follow who participates and get to know them better!! Be sure to link the POST and not just your whole blog!!
Question #2 (Do you scrapbook) compliments of Helen at
A Crafty kind of Truffle Thanks Helen!!!
If you have a question suggestion please email me at: email@example.com and if I use your question I will give you a shout out!
1. Crunchy or soft tacos?
2. Do you scrapbook?
3. Do you take any daily medications?
4. What is your favorite sound?
5. Where were you born?
1. That would be crispy, please. The Man & I have a favorite restaurant
in our little town called Mi Rancho, & they have the best Hispanic
food. They make a taco that is a folded, but crispy little delight.
2. Oh, yeah! Big time scrapbooker & cardmaker! I hang out in my
craft/sewing room a lot.
3. Heck yes! Isn't that part of being "over 40" & finding out that reality
checked in when you weren't looking? Don't freak out, these aren't
all prescription medications & not all mine. There are lots of vitamins
in these containers, too.
4. The sweet sound of a child's laughter, or in this case, giggles! Flynn
has always been full of laughter, giggles & smiles.
5. Louisiana, ya'll! Lived there until I was 12, then my family uprooted
and moved to Oregon. Talk about a "culture shock"! I had to work
hard to lose my very southern accent because my new peers were
merciless. AZ is now our home, but I find the southern "drawl" &
expressions have resurfaced big time since I started blogging & seem
to have many, many southern bloggy friends. I love it, but some of
my local friends look at me with a raised eyebrow at some of the
words that flow from my mouth. Love that, too.