Sharing my world…
Are you a hugger or a non-hugger?
I’m definitely a hugger, but not always in the mood for it. I’m also not necessarily a hugger of people I’m meeting for the first time. That’s mainly because I don’t know if they are huggers. And if you hug me, don’t give me one of those half-assed, pat on the back, barely touch me, kind of hugs. That’s just wrong. If you’re gonna hug me, HUG ME!
What is your favorite topping on pizza?
Black olives. Not very exciting when you’re a vegetarian.
If you were the original designer of one existing corporate logo, which one would you select?
Hmmm…never really thought about this, but I would pick the Apple logo. I think the bite in the apple is pretty clever.
Complete this sentence: Where I can seek my solace is…
Yoga. That one was easy.
Bonus question: What are you grateful for from last week, and what are you looking forward to in the week coming up?
Thankful for time with family. Looking forward to Holidays in Hemming on Saturday.
I am reminded of my post from March of last year entitled Death of the TO DO list. That creepy feeling of not being able to get anything done is slithering its way into my life again. This time, however, I have back up! My parents are here to entertain, feed, bathe, nurture, transport, and HANDLE my daughter. That makes a big, gigantic difference and for that, I am eternally grateful!
Maybe my to do list doesn’t have to die this time around.
Helping Hands of Nocatee, Inc. has raised $110 for Project Storybook to buy new books for children moving into Habitat for Humanity houses in our county. That news is exciting enough! What makes it so much more thrilling is that I get to present the books to the children!
It has been years since my involvement in Habitat for Humanity. If my memory serves me, it was at least 20 years ago in Charlotte, NC and my team was in charge of hanging siding. Of course, I had no idea what to do, so my role as assistant had to suffice. This time around, my experience with children and education will put me right in my element and make me so thankful and eager to put smiles on children’s faces!
Most importantly, Project Storybook was started by a girl when she was only 13! Imagine the generosity, determination, and creativity it took for her to begin this adventure and be so successful 2 years later. Her organization is nationwide and she recruits colleges to partner with her to bring books to children. She is an amazing girl and I, for one, am thankful to know her.