Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Hodge Podge Wednesday

I couldn't  get the button to show up last week, but look and you will see this button on several blogs today.  To join in,  just hop over and visit Joyce at From This Side of The Pond.
It's a great way to get to know other bloggers.
Also I will be drawing for the cookbook giveaway later today.  If you haven't entered please do so.  I also have a giveaway on my prayer blog that ends Sunday. There's only a couple of entries to that one so far, so your chances of winning is pretty good.

1. What is the most amazing weather you've ever seen?
Not amazing to most I'm sure.  But we very rarely see snow in South Georgia.  So Valentine's weekend this year to wake up to snow was pretty awesome.

2. What is a sound or noise you love?
rain falling,  I can also remember when I was a little girl and would spend the night at my Grandmother's if it would rain and she had an old tin roof.  So relaxing.

3. Do you like seafood? What's your favorite seafood dish?
Yes well some of it, fish, shrimp, and crab.  And I would have to say low country boil is my favorite.
If you've never had it your missing a treat.  It's awesome.

4. What part of your day requires the most patience?
Mornings,  the alarm goes off and I'm up and ready to go.  But the rest of the house takes them a few minutes to get going.  Some mornings Makayla will come to breakfast and say "Mama, please stop singing".

5. What's your favorite shade of blue?            

Need I say more?

6. Do people underestimate you?
Sometimes I think they do because I'm generally quite and not very out-going.

7. When was the last time you had butterflies in your stomach?
Not really sure, last time nervous I guess the  last time I went for a job interview.

8. Insert your own random thought here, and remember...I have a wooden spoon and I'm not afraid to use it.
I can't seem to get it together this morning.  I keep jumping from blogger, to facebook, to email.  Need to get this post finished TODAY.


  1. You are so right about Low Country Boil! I haven't had one in quite a while, due to the high cost of cooking one :(

  2. I remember when GA had that snow this year! That will always be a fantastic memory for you and your kids!

    I have never tried the low country boil, but alot of the restaurants offered it when we visited GA. I will make it a point to try next time we visit.

    Carribean blue. I can see why it is your favorite shade of blue!

    Happy Wednesday, Thena!

  3. Love a low country boil!

    Lots of Georgia bloggers on here talking about their snowstorms. I live in the Northeast...plenty of snow here : )

  4. I've tried to make meals similar to the low country boil. They have been good, but since I have never had the real thing, I'm not sure how what I have made compares. What I have had has been good though.

  5. Love your blue too! By the way I received my gift. Can't wait to try the mashed potatoes. Thank you for the contest.

  6. I was in Brunswick Ga, when you all got snow, we just got a heavy frost. I haven't had low country boil yet...I have the recipe, I love Brunwick Stew.

  7. Mornings are tough for me too...only until I get in the shower though. For some reason, that alarm clock just won't leave me alone!!! Ugh.

    Love the sound of rain on a tin roof!!

    Thanks for visiting my blog today!

  8. So you're one of those obnoxious morning people, huh?! LOL

    Fun answers.

  9. I've had some mornings like many things to check; you feel like you're just spinning your wheels!

  10. Yes a rare snow is always fun! Ocean blue is so beautiful. Job interviews always bring on the butterflies! Hope your having a good week.


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