Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Chats On The Farmhouse Porch

  1. When you were a child, what age did you think was "OLD"?30
  2. How often do you have dessert? once, or twice a week.
  3. What's your favorite kind of exercise? walking
  4. Do you watch movies on TV, movies from a rental, or the library, or movies online? when I do watch movies, which is rarely, it is movies on tv.
  5. Tell me something you remember about your grand mother's/grand father's house? I'm thinking of something you saw all of the time, like a picture, clock, statue, teapot. or some thing that was always there. a picture of a guardian angel crossing a bridge with two children.

7 comments:

BumbleBeeLane said...

I had the angel picture over my bed as a child.Grandma always had a lighted picture of jesus we could see as we fell asleep. Both always made me feel safe as a child. Blessings! -Amy

Celestina Marie said...

Hi Denise,
Interesting little details you share. Oh to be 30 again and think it is old. LoL
Somehow I missed your post below on the loss of your friend. I am so sorry and will lift prayers for God's comfort in the days ahead.
I hope your Friday test goes well.
Hugs , Celestina Marie

Karen said...

I, too, had the picture of the guardian angel in my room when I was young...my mom gave it to me when I had kids of my own...now a picture of Jesus as the Good Shepherd that was my grandmother's is on the wall of my grandkids' bedroom...

My oldest son still remembers crying when his dad turned 30...he thought he was soooo old!

Sharon said...

Loved reading more about you, Denise.

I especially enjoyed remembering some things about my grandparents' house. They lived in more than one, but the one I remember the most is the one that my grandfather built. Oh, how those good memories are etched in my heart...

GOD BLESS!

Alecia Simersky said...

haha very interesting, I think I thought 35 was old for some strange reason. I'm not sure why that number. And I always remember this big cuckoo clock in my grandparents house and a painting with a older man bowing his head to pray before dinner. Those things make me feel like I'm a kid again just thinking about them. :)

Kimberly A Edwards said...

I never could, still can't, understand the fear of age. I can remember a lot people thinking they were over-the-hill at 30 yrs old. Last week I over-heard two women talking about being "old". I asked them how old they were. One answered "49". I responded with something like "you're not old". And you hear people say all the time they "feel old". How do they know what old feels like? They're not old! LOL

Chatty Crone said...

I am laughing that you thought 30 was old - what do you think now? sandie