Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Chattin'

Remember me?  I've been away for a while.  I had a break while the A-Z Challenge was going on and then I got busy doing other stuff.  I 'm really looking forward to a sit-down on the porch with Patrice and the other chatters. 

 There's a lamb grazing in her front yard!  With the cat on the porch it sounds so-o relaxed.  Patrice has some interesting conversation going on today...can you hear?

Do you have any musical instruments in your house? If so, which ones do you have?    Well, there's my piano, of course.  And right now, we're storing my son's four guitars which I'm sure he's missing while he's at sea.  I have an Irish penny whistle which I can't really play and there are some maracas in the drawer. 

When you take a walk, what are you likely to pick or pick up from the ground?  Hmmm...depends on where I walk.  On the seashore, I'm likely to find a rock that I like.  On our city streets, there are still pennies to be found.  Or trash that needs picking up.  I don't usually pick leaves or flowers.

They say to have breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince and dinner like a pauper. I guess that means you have fuel for your body to get through the day and don't have a full tummy when you go to bed. Are your meals like that?  I think so.  My favorite evening meal is soup.  If there's going to be a larger meal, I'd prefer it to be lunch.  

Do you prefer iced coffee or iced tea?  Iced tea.  Recently, I've started enjoying it without anything added. 

How do you handle doing things you'd rather not do?  Being a champion procrastinator, I put them off.  I always have this small hope that somehow I won't have to do them. 

It's not too late to join in.  Just look over here.



9 comments:

Pam Lofton said...

I will procrastinate unless it's a simply-must-do. Then I just go ahead and get it out of the way. Iced tea without anything in it? Ew. LOL

Ginny said...

We tried to buy a penny whistle one year at a craft fair, they were sold out. So maybe we couldn't have learned it anyway!

KarenG said...

Glad to have you back again, doing this fun interview :)

collettakay said...

I'll have to google Irish Penny Whisitle. I'm not quite sure what that is. hmmm..

Here's my chat:

http://collettaskitchensink.blogspot.com/2012/05/hodgepodge-and-chats-53012.html

Colletta

Mimi said...

"Being a champion procrastinator"...love that!
You still get a lot done!
I started having lighter evening meals last year, and I feel much better for it.

ladydragonfly said...

I love plain iced tea...yummy! As for doing something I don't like, I want to get it over with as quickly as possible. I don't have any musical instruments, but I do love to sing (if that counts)and lately I have cut out all after dinner snacking. It kind of sucks, but I have lost a couple of pounds,so I guess it's worth it. Great post!

farawayeyes said...

Fun chat -I'm procrastinator too.

Patrice said...

Hello fellow procrastinator! I also love tea- gallons of iced tea now. I like soup too! I usually put on lots of weight if I have big meals at night, but soup is comforting and filling. A bit hot in this weather though. Have a great week. Good to see your link here.:)

Sue H said...

Musical instruments? We have a few. Well, quite a few.
Ok - a lot!

A piano, an electric piano, 6 guitars (acoustic/electic/bass), uke., auto-harp, 3 violins, piano-accordian, 2 recorders, and until recently we also had a full drum-kit.
(It's not so much the instruments, it's the amps and boxes of cables and guitar pedals that take up the room!)

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