7/02/2014

Total 180 Hodgepodge


Wow!  This is the 180th Hodgepodge!  That means Joyce has come up with 1,260 questions since she started this.  That's a lot of questions rolling around in her head!
Let's get to this week's questions:

1.  Speaking of 180...when was the last time you 'did a 180' on something?
Gee, I have no idea.  I'm pretty easily swayed with stuff...as long as it's not immoral.

2. It's Independence Week in the US of A! What's your favorite thing about America right this very minute? Favorites only! Let's hear what you love about America.
The diversity.  Not just in the people of America, but in the landscape.  There's so much to see in this big beautiful country of ours!

If you're playing along today, and you're not an American but have been to America, what do/did you like best about this country? If you've never been to America, do you have any desire to visit? What's the number one thing you'd like to see?
I'm interested in seeing the response to this question from our friends who don't live here!

3. Stars or stripes? Red, white, or blue? Watermelon, homemade vanilla ice cream, or blueberry pie?
Stars.  Blue.  Homemade vanilla ice cream.

4. When did you last see stars, figuratively speaking?
To get out of our camper, I have to bend down just a bit.  Sometimes I forget.

5.  'Clear as a bell', 'with bells on',  'lots of bells and whistles', 'saved by the bell'...which phrase 'rings' truest for you lately?  Have you ever seen The Liberty Bell?
With bells on.  Getting up at 5:00 every morning and walking at 6:00 gets me up and going.
I've never seen the Liberty Bell...hopefully someday!

6. Are you caught up in World Cup fever? Have you watched a lot or a little or none at all?
I've watched very little.  MS is really into it, YS is into it just a little less that MS.  It's because of YS still being at home that I'm into it even just a little.

7. Bid farewell to June in 10 words or less.
Don't go!!!  (Because the end of July means back to work for me.)

8.  Insert your own random thought here.
We wrote another blog post on our camping blog to review the campground we visited last weekend.  Click here if you're interested!

9 comments:

  1. #4-ha! Ooops! I can't believe it's almost time for you to go back to work. We're coming your way in August for hubs dad's 80th birthday. We haven't all been together in TN in a long time. Enjoy the July 4th happenings! We spent many a July 4th at The Duck Pond : )

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  2. We had the same answers to #3. ;-) Hard to imagine having to go back to school in July - wow!

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  3. Kids here start 7/23 back to school, but they are on a year round type of schedule. Time does seem to go by fast when we aren't at work, doesn't it? You are so right, this country is beautiful with all the diffrent landscape here, I would love sometime to see the Northeast, especially in fall.

    betty

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  4. Ouch! I hope you don't bonk your head too often in your camper. Enjoy July and I hope you can make the most out of it.

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  5. Good answers! Yes to diversity! And I also loved your answer about clunking your head getting out of the camper. Ouch!

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  6. I have to go back to school on August 11 so I'm missing June too. I'm still walking every morning but it's getting later and later. During the school year, I take Tuck out by 5:30 at the latest. This morning? It was already 7;00 when we started. Of course, the heat is going to get me back on the early track soon. LOL

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  7. I know that you mean...school here starts back on Aug. 5th. So not ready to think about it!

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  8. I agree - there is so much diversity in the landscape of this country and I hope to get to see a lot more of it in my life time.

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  9. It would be hard for me to choose between
    homemade ice cream, watermelon or blueberry pie.
    Gee...I am getting hungry :)

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