Saturday, June 12, 2021

Sunday Stealing- LEP




1. Describe your phone lock screen I do not mess with my lock screen, so it is
just a blue background.

2. How often do you journal?  I journal here at my blog about 3 times a week. 
I used to journal everyday.  I have a journal I write in, but I hardly ever do

3. What’s your favorite thing to teach others?  That you must give others as well
as yourself grace.

4. How do you like to spend Sundays?  Church and relaxing, watching tv.

5. What would you describe as your kryptonite?

6. A TV show or movie you thought was really bad  I do not really enjoy
reality shows or political shows.

7. Do you know your mail carrier?  I do not.  I am not typically home when
they come by.

8. Which regional foods are your favorite?  fried chicken, mashed
potatoes/gravy, hot rolls.  What we call down home cooking.  I am not
sure if this area is really known for specific food.  We have the lakes, 
so maybe fish?  I like that too.

9. What was your life like 20 years ago?  I was a young mom, Josh was 2
years old.  I was a stay at home mom and I had the country graphics
community to keep me company.  That was a really good time in my life 
because I really loved it when Josh was little.  My Grandparents and dad
were still alive too. ♥  Karl and I had been married for 3 years and he was
and still is working commercial construction.

10. Crafting hobbies that you’d like to learn or improve  I would like to be able
to quilt, make wreaths, crochet and knit.  That stuff does not come naturally
to me.

11. What is your favorite type of YouTube videos?  Beauty.  I love to watch
make-up videos.

12. Describe your surroundings  I am in my living room.  There is a tv, couch
and chairs with two end tables.  There is an area rug in the colors of brown,
cream, olive green and burgundy.  My tv is currently on, so there is some
chatter. I took the picture below, so that was my view that day in my living
room.  My dogs are not in here as I am typing this.  They are on a cool floor.
It is a hot day.

13. You're making a Time Capsule to be opened in 50 years. What 3 things would
you put in it? I would write a letter about what is going on in the world and
how it is affecting me as well as what the items are and why I put them in
the capsule. I would put a covid mask in there, a newspaper, and a cell phone
and charger from 2021. 

14. Something you learned recently that resonated with you  I learned about the
Tulsa Race Riots.  My family lives in Oklahoma and even my mom had no
idea about it. They really kept it quiet.  I even read the book Dreamland Burning 
about the Tulsa Race Riots. I highly recommend it by the way.  It is historical 
fiction, but also a mystery.  It is told is two points of view, one from present
day and the other from 1921.  I loved this book and I am so glad to have
learned about this event.  It is awful, but we do need to know about it.

15. Songs that get stuck in your head often…  Lots of songs, it is different all 
of the time.


  1. I'll bet most of us will put masks in our time capsule!

  2. I'd never learned about Tulsa, either! So glad the facts are out now.

    Love the photo of your dogs. It looks like they're making eye contact directly with me!

  3. I love your answer to #3. Fun questions and answers! I need to look up the Tulsa Race Riots. Fun siggie (is that what they are called?)!!

  4. I didn't learn about Tulsa until recently, either. Lots of things like that hidden from the world. Some local things I discovered when writing for the newspaper. The world is not a nice place, and the thing that always bothers me is it that it SHOULD be a nice place. And COULD be, if only people made the slightest effort.

  5. I recommend Dreamland Burning all the time to my students.

    1. fantastic book! ♥ One of my co-workers recommended it to me.

  6. I miss the graphics community! It was such a great group of people! <3

  7. The history we don’t know ... I found out about Tulsa only recently

  8. Writing a letter for the time capsule is a brilliant idea. I might be tempted to cheat and add that to mine.




  9. Amazing how many of us had not heard of Tulsa before. Shows how poor our history books are!


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