Wednesday, November 4, 2015

Hodge Podge

1. Besides Thanksgiving, something you're looking forward to, on your November calendar? November 14th, I will be walking in the heart walk, 3 and a half miles. November 9th, 2014, I had a heart attack, then on November 12th, I had a triple bypass. November 14th, I was laying in intensive care.
Also, looking forward to my birthday, November 20th.

2. If I gave you a thank you card right now, who would you send it to, and why? I would give it to my husband Eddie, for putting up with me, lol

3. Of the breads listed, which one's your favorite...bagel, cinnamon, sourdough, garlic, banana, biscuit, pita, Naan, or plain old fashioned, white bread? I love cinnamon bread.

4. What's something you have in abundance? Is that a good thing? Books, that is why, I continue to have book giveaways on my blog.

5. November 5th is National Love Your Red Hair Day. Are there any redheads in your family? Who's your favorite redhead? My Aunt Pam, is  a red head, and my Aunt Polly. They are both my favorites, love them both very much.

 6. The travel website
Busbud recently calculated the most Instagrammed spot in every state. Go here, to see what made the list, where you live. Are you happy with your state's #1? If not, what do you think should be the most photographed spot, in your state?  Have you snapped a photo there? If you live outside the USA, answer as it relates to your state, city, or province. Not happy with my states number 1. I love the Walnut Street Pedestrian Walking Bridge here in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Have not snapped a picture there recently.

7. I'm going to try, to have something related to gratitude, in this spot, each week during the month of November. Here's this week's question-

What's something, you've learned about yourself,this year, that you're grateful for? I have learned, that I am stronger, than I thought I was.

8. Insert your own random thought here.


Tandk Personal said...

Well first, happy birthday this month!!! I hope it's a wonderful first day of your next year of life.

Second, I hope you will share pictures and your story of your walk coming up soon.

The bridge!! Oh, that is a lovely picture. It's what you think of when you think of that area of the state. Beautiful.

Terra said...

How amazing you will be on that walk this month, after your triple bypass surgery and other health incidents. God is good. Walk on, dear friend.

Barbara said...

Good idea with the candles and prayers of thanksgiving. I also like your graphic at the end about the Tree of Life.

Paula Kaye said...

We shared being stronger than we thought we were!! I love the picture of the bridge!!

Cathy said...

Wow! Last November sounds really rough. So glad you are better and get to take that walk. Happy early birthday too.

Nonnie said...

Big congratulations on your progress from last year to this year, and Happy Birthday. The pic of the bridge is beautiful and I like the Tree of Life graphic.

Jessy Skehan said...

November has been quite a month for you! Happy early birthday! Special plans? Having an abundance of books is a GREAT thing!

Zoanna said...

Hallelujah that God spared your life! My husband has to have an aortic root replacement in January. I'm sure the walk means a lot to you.cthanks for your kind words on my blog.

Debby@Just Breathe said...

That is one beautiful bridge. Yes, when we go through trying times we realize a strength that we never thought existed within us.