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Share Your World, 2015 – Week 11

Come on — hop over to Cee’s blog and find out how to join in the fun of sharing your own world. You know you want to. You’re just itching to answer the question about ketchup and mustard, aren’t you? Then go ahead!

 

CHURCH PEW - biggerQuestion # 1: List 2 things you have to be happy about.

1 — I have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.
2 — I get to tell other people almost every day how loving and merciful Jesus is.

 

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Question # 2: Do you prefer ketchup, or mustard, or mayonnaise?

Now, for me, this is sort of an unfair question, because I like all three. It just depends on the mood I’m in. I don’t use one or the other all the time on any particular kind of sandwich — with the exception of tuna. I do stick to mayonnaise for tuna. And I never use mayonnaise for eggs. But just about anything else — sandwiches, eggs, cheese, french fries, steak, and corn dogs — may get a healthy dose of ketchup one day and mustard the next — or often a dose of both those condiments mixed.

 

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Question # 3: If you were to paint apicture of your childhood, what colors would you use?

Blue, Yellow, Red, Green, and White

 

RAINDROPS AND A CLOUD - CLIPART- showerQuestion # 4: Do you prefer a bath or a shower?

A Shower. It’s quicker and cleaner.

 

Bonus Question: What are you thankful for from this week, and what are you looking forward to in the week ahead? 

GARDENING EQUIPMENT

I’m very, very, very thankful that my knee is showing almost total manifestation of its health again after the fall two weeks ago.

This next week, I plan to tend to a couple things in my yard. I really do not like yard work, and I will be very proud of myself when I get that done, so that will make me happy.

 

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4 thoughts on “Share Your World, 2015 – Week 11”

    1. Corn dogs are hot dogs covered in cornmeal batter and put on a stick, then deep fried. There are also such things as “tater-dogs” in the south. They are hot dogs covered in mashed potatoes, put on a stick, and deep fried. Both are delicious!

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