Joyce's Hodgepodgey Questions:
1. Besides your very own house, describe a place where you feel most 'at home'?
Right now my brother's house is our home. We are in the process of selling our house and will be building onto my parent's house next Spring! I can't wait to get started.
The other place I feel the most "at home" is Church. I've grown up in the same Church I attend now. I've been there my whole life and it feels like "home".
2. When did you last 'hit a home run' with something? Explain.
We have a wonderful fudge recipe that my Mom makes. I tried to make it 2 Christmases ago and FAILED!!! A few weeks ago, I decided to give it another try. NAILED IT! Home Run, Baby!
3. Tell us about something you love in your house or kitchen that is 'homemade'.
I love the aprons that I made. I've also made a few afghans that I kept for our use.
4. 'A man's home is his castle'...which of the world's ten most captivating castles (according to The Travel Channel) would you most like to visit and why-
Mont Saint-Michel (France), Edinburgh Castle (Scotland), Neuschwanstein Castle (Germany), Glamis Castle (Scotland), Windsor Castle (England), Chateu de Chambord (France), Hampton Court Palace (England), Prague Castle (Prague), St. Michael's Mount (England), Leeds Castle (England), and Swallow's Nest (Ukraine)
ALL of them! I couldn't pick just one but I REALLY want to go to Scotland!
5. What's a recent or upcoming plan or project that's required you do a little homework before getting started? Did the homework cause you to abandon your plan or adjust it in some way?
The "great build" mentioned above has had us doing quite a bit of homework. It is very exciting but is constantly being adjusted...
6. In your opinion, is homework an unnecessary evil or a valuable practice? Should schools be done with homework? Why or why not?
Necessary evil! I love evenings when my girls don't have any homework and we can just relax and have family time.
7. Share a favorite memory of your childhood hometown.
I still live in my childhood hometown. One of my favorite memories is going for walks with my Grandmother to get the mail at the Post Office.
8. Insert your own random thought here.
I'm very proud to call our little town home and to be raising my children where I was raised. I wouldn't want it any other way :)
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