What’s the most ironic thing you’ve ever witnessed?
I can’t think of anything off the top of my head.
Let’s talk turkey. Pro or con? If pro, which part do you enjoy most? Is it for Thanksgiving (American Style any way) only?
Pro: It doesn’t have to be Thanksgiving to eat turkey. I enjoy cooking some turkey sausages now and then.
Con: You can’t really consume a turkey or any part of it by roasting it whole. The meat become so tough due to overcooking that it becomes like eating plastic.
If you’d like, share one thing you wish you’d said to someone else, but now you’ll never have the chance.
I don’t think I have ever said “Hi daddy,” to my dad. I am a late talker and could hardly speak at age 5. Even at age 10 when I finally reunited with my mom after three years, the words, “Hi mom,” sounded strange to my tongue. But if I can say one thing I wish I had said to someone else, I would say “Hi daddy,” to my dad.
What odd smell do you really enjoy?
Hmm… odd smell. Odd is fairly relative. I’m sure what I think is odd maybe normal for some people and what I think is normal maybe strange to some people. So I’m not sure I know of any odd smell I enjoy. Some of my favorite smell are:
- Sesame oil – makes food smell extra good.
- Clothes just came out of the dryer – makes me feel warm and the clothes smell great
- Spring rain – makes the air smell fresh and clean
Thankful November….share a story or time when someone did something really great for you. Alternatively, share your gratitude moments during this past week.
Not much other than normal events happened last week but I’m still grateful that nothing bad happened.
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