12/28/2011

Wednesday Hodgepodge

 Time to get back into the swing of things with the Wednesday Hodgepodge!  Here are the Q&A's fro this week:

1. Share something you loved about your Christmas Day.
I loved the talk that OS & I had.  It was a grown up conversation, and we were both very honest about our feelings.
2. You get to put five items in a time capsule to be opened in 100 years, what items would you choose and why?
1.  Something from apple, 'cause in 100 years they're not going to believe how primitive we were in 2011!
2.  HD tv (see #1)
3.  Laptop (see #1 again)
4.  Paula Deen book (because I love her, even with all of her flaws)
5.  NCIS dvds  just because the cast is the most awesome thing ever.
(Yes, I realize how superficial these things are, but I'm in one of those moods to not be thinking too deeply!)
3. What do you like on a cracker?
Peanut butter.  Or cheese.  OR, Harry & David has this relish stuff that you pour over cream cheese to serve, then spread that on crackers.  Very good stuff!
4. Do you make resolutions at the start of a new year? How'd that work out for you this past year?
Nah; the times that I did I didn't keep them.
5. What's a song or song lyric you'll associate with 2011?
I've thought and thought about this one, and I just can't come up with something.  (Party pooper)
6. How will you ring in the new year?
We're planning on being together with MS & YS.  Looks like it'll just be the 4 of us.
7. What is something you look forward to in 2012?
OS graduating from college and hopefully getting a job.
8. Insert your own random thought here. 
MS, YS, & I enjoyed a couple of nights of watching a movie.  We watched Bridesmaids Christmas night, and, I have to say, it was funnier the 2nd time; I thought it was hilarious the first time I was it!  The next night we watched "The Departed".  MS has declared it his favorite movie...for right now anyway.  I enjoyed watching "Eclipse" last night, and I have "The Help" waiting to be watched.  I love to watch movies this time of year!
Head over to Joyce's to join in; don't forget to link up! 

11 comments:

  1. We have the DVD for "The Help" here. I'm hoping that we'll get to watch it tonight.

    I love that Harry & David relish on cream cheese with crackers! Yummy!

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  2. We used to love watching NCIS. Since we no longer have cable, maybe we'll have to invest in the dvd's. Hmmm...who's birthday is coming up...!
    Happy New Year!

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  3. I received a Paula Deen's cookbook this year from one of my sisters. I just love watching her and listening to her :)

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  4. I don't think your items are superficial at all - I'd like to think some things (a rosary, crucifix, etc.) just don't change :).

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  5. You've made me want to see "Bridesmaids" even more than I already did. I got "Cowboys & Aliens" and am looking forward to watching that. Love the goodies from Harry & David's...only place to get it around here, though, is the outlet mall and I didn't get there this year. :(

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  6. Your time capsule list is fabulous! I never kept resolutions when I made them either. No graduations this year but next year- Birdie graduates with a Masters and DoodleBug graduates with a BA. I have heard that Bridesmaids is hilarious. I'm have to give it a go!

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  7. I finally saw The Help...it was really good but I loved the book more. Naturally : ) I've seen a couple of clever time capsule answers but most of us went for more of the 'stuff' as opposed to the 'deep'

    Happy New Year!

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  8. Movies are the best, I don't know what I would do without them in my life. I like the escape they bring.
    We went and saw Mission Impossible yesterday.

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  9. I saw "The Help" at the theater and I'm reading the book right now. (well not right this minute. lol).

    NCIS is my favorite show right now!

    Happy New Year.

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  10. A lot of people had trouble with finding a song so I feel better about not picking one either. I've heard lots of great things about "The Help", guess I better get on board and watch it.

    Happy New Year

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  11. I just watched The Help. I wonder if I'd feel the same way about it if I hadn't read the book. It felt like important stuff was left out...stuff that helped developed a couple of the characters. Otherwise, it brought back a lot of memories of growing up in Alabama.

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