Friday Feast, Ya'll

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....the person who posts the Friday Feast questions is on vacation today, so I picked questions from this time last year:

Name 3 things that you are wearing today.

Who was the last person you hugged?

What do you like to order from your favorite fast food place?

Main Course
What time of day do you usually feel most energized?

Using the letters in your first name, write a sentence. (Example: Sweet unusual spaniels are nice.)

As usual, I will answer in the comments boxes with you.....


Three things I'm wearing: Pink long-sleeved t shirt, black yoga pants, pink dangly earrings. Don't laugh!

Last hugee: McKid - she spent the night with us last night, and we snuggled in bed before we got up.

Favorite fast food: Mexi Dips and Chips from Taco Bueno.

Most energy: Usually in the morning. Lately, NEVER.

Name sentence: Two elephants ran riotously yesterday.

Wearing: jeans, a striped shirt, and my wedding rings.

Hug: my five year old daughter, at the end of a particularly harrowing tantrum.

Food: Beef 'n' Cheddar Croissant from Portillo's. Mmmm.

Energy: 10-12 p.m. I'm a major night owl.

Sentence: Jump up, little impish elf!

Three things I am wearing - turtle neck, jeans, birkenstocks.

Last person I hugged - my 11 year old daughter.

Favorite fast food place food - Quizno's Black Angus sandwich. YUMMM

Most energized part of the day - used to be at night after the kids are in bed. Now, about 15 minutes in the mid morning.

Relinquish every negative emotion early. (WHEW, that was challenging!)

Wearing: lavender turtleneck sweater, grey slacks, and beat up old blue slippers. (Well, I was wearing slippers when I started to type that sentence, but Gui is in the process of taking them off me and tasting them. yuck!)

Last person hugged: My Gui-baby! As I took him down from his highchair after lunch. He's so snuggleable!

Favorite Fast Food: Hmmm...I don't eat out very often. I guess probably a Junior Bacon Cheeseburger and Frosty from Wendys.

Time most energized: Energized? Whats that? Probably around 10 am and again at 10 pm.

Sentence: Kangeroos are tasty eating!
(hee hee hee...this is fun. Let me try a real challenge)
Can a true hero ever run if not effective?

1. T-shirt, jeans, and sandals.
2. My son (right after hugging my other son)
3. Taco salad.
4. Around noon.
5. Remembering everything before entering can cause annoyance. (ok it fits, dont ask what it means LOL)

Wearing: a bathrobe, my watch, and slippers (hey, I worked hard today!)

Last hugged: my friend and business partner Alden..lucky guy.

Fast food order: ICE CREAM! From ANYWHERE!

Most energized: Oddly enough, around 3:30 PM

Sentence: Kalamazoo enjoys little, lively yoyos.

Wearing: shorts, a chambray shirt and an ugly green tank top.

Last hugged: my Weight Watchers instructor, this morning.

Fast food: Extra crispy extra spicy KFC.

Energized: VERY early morning, ridiculously early (4 am this morning, washing dishes, putting things away, changing the bed...)

First name: THERESE Take heart: eventually, real effort says enough... hmmmm, profound or stupid?

Wearing: boxer shorts, Rolling Stones shirt, and a scrunchie

Last Hugged: my man

Fast Food: A burrito supreme combo meal from Taco John's with a coke

Energized: 10 AM and the first 30 minutes after daily Mass

First Name: Nothing, in case of losing everything.
(I don't think I like the meaning, but it worked)

1. Shorts, polo shirt, socks.

2. Cacciadelia.

3. Hash browns at McDonald's.

4. Mornings.

5. No, Ellen, I rile Neil online in Reno. (I know it doesn't sound very probable, but what can one do with only three consonants? Besides, with reference to the sample sentence, I can't imagine any first name with the letters S,W,E,T,U,N,A,L,P,I,R, and C.)

Oh, I get it - write a sentence in which the first letters of the words spell one's name. I thought you meant we should compose a complete sentence using only the letters in one's name. This will be a snap:

Each leader invited nine other relatives.

Employment law is nullified only rarely.

Elderly ladies invariably neglect organization requirements.

But Elinor, you get the prize for the most ingenious (and the HARDEST!). I couldn't make anything out of TERRY, if I could just use the 4 letters!



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