Slim and Franke

Slim and Franke

Monday, February 27, 2012

# 14 QOTW 02-27-12 CAPTIVATION

Question Of The Week 02-27-12
This is post is also number 14 in the marathon.





This is my only post today for the marathon so you can enjoy this question of the week and I can take the time to regroup my thoughts for the remainder of my posts.

15 comments:

  1. Words with Friends - I've gotten a little addicted to that. :)

    ReplyDelete
  2. Hello Annie
    Visiting the library - and blogging!
    Take care
    Cathy

    New blog - Still Waters

    ReplyDelete
  3. Your opening sentence, "This is post is also" makes me think you might have the same activity that makes me lose track of time, blogging or writing. I do the same thing, a lot. Only recently I've found that my right hand has not slowed down but my left hand has so my letters get rearragned. You know what I mean.
    If you do have trouble keeping track of time, simply go to church and listen to a slow wondering sermon. You'll be checking your watch about every minute.
    The other cure is attending 4-H dog shows. Marilyn was a leader for over 20 years, there's something about the 'long sits and downs' that gets to a person.

    ReplyDelete
  4. Hello Annie
    Silly me put the wrong link -
    Cathy @ Still Waters


    Cathy

    ReplyDelete
  5. Lynn -- Oh yes, WWF can capture me and suddenly I have forgotten everything else. I have to restrict myself to a certain time frame.

    Loved this greeting and response.

    "How are you?"
    "God is good, all the time."
    "All the time, God is good."

    cranethie -- Cathy, isn't the library a wonderful place! Thanks for correcting the link below. I haven't got you all set up on my sidebar and in google reader with your new location but will do so right away. Enjoyed sharing a walk with you, barefooted feeling the sand in my toes and watching a kangaroo at the water's edge.

    Cliff -- I know you sing in your church choir and now I wonder if you are one of those who we laugh at as they nod their head in sleep. Now that is one of the things that makes church go faster. Will he wake up before he hits the floor? The bets are placed.....

    ReplyDelete
  6. Playing games on the computer and blogging:) I kind of like this marathon business....something to look for everyday:)

    ReplyDelete
  7. Changes in the wind -- I'm just posting my question of the week today and will use this time to regroup and plan my week's attack of posts. I hope everyone will go to your blog today and take your political IQ test and read up on the other encouraging words about voting and being informed.
    http://monirae.blogspot.com/2012/02/preparing-for-nov-6-2012.html

    ReplyDelete
  8. Blogging, hiking, photography, being with the grandchildren, I guess just about anything I love to do.

    ReplyDelete
  9. Tabor -- Perhaps a better question would have been to ask what bores you. It is obvious you enjoy all aspects of your life. I am still pondering your 6 degrees of separation question. I saw a movie recently that incorporated that very subject so very well and I cannot for the life of me remember what the name of it was. Oldtimers strikes again.

    ReplyDelete
  10. Just yesterday afternoon, Ken & I took a Sunday drive. We wanted to see where LA 126 ended on the east side. After we came to the end of the road, we traveled another road still heading east and wound up in Natchez Miss. Delightful, but completely lost time. Ken remarked that it felt like vacation even though it was just a Sunday afternoon, that turned into a late night, drive!

    ReplyDelete
  11. Blogging! Definitely blogging!

    ReplyDelete
  12. Definately reading novels!

    When I blog the clock is in my face- so I'm reminded of the time...

    ReplyDelete
  13. Actually nothing does really. I'm totally aware of the time because I do so many drops off and picks ups with the kids and my partner that I never get lost in anything and forget the time.

    ReplyDelete