Slim and Franke

Slim and Franke

Monday, May 02, 2016

ALASKA CRUISE

Question Of The Week 5-2-16


What is the last thing that 
you’ve done 
that’s really worth remembering?


Blogger Brite Mist said...
eating an entire meal without spitting the last part up!
7:44 AM
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Blogger Lynn said...
I just take it day to day. Yesterday afternoon there was a concert by a choral group from the University of Georgia - voices likes angels. I'm so glad I went. The highlight - "Sometimes I Feel" arrangement by Parker/Shaw. There is a youtube video with someone else performing it. Moving and gorgeous.
8:07 AM
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Blogger Changes in the wind said...
Praying for a small boy and his Dad that Mom would be able to carry his baby brother to term.
8:17 AM
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Blogger Tabor said...
Honestly so much in my life is worth remembering. Every little precious thing from being able to hold that 9-month-old last week to finding a lime green frog in the hosta at the front door this morning.
8:48 AM
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Blogger Jan said...
Watching a mother duck lead all her many babies across a street and all the cars stopped with smiling people inside.
11:10 AM
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Blogger Arkansas Patti said...
Just trying to remember each day to see instead of just look which can turn the ordinary into memorable. A lot of really neat stuff goes unnoticed, especially when studying a smart phone keyboard.
3:47 PM
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Blogger Elephant's Child said...
My voluntary work makes me feel worthwhile.
On a more personal level? The trip to Antarctica. Over ten years ago now, but definitely cherished memories.
4:24 PM
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Blogger cube said...
I'm one of those people that can see the tiny things that are important in life alongside the very important ones. I'd be here all night trying to report on it all.
4:33 PM
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Blogger Lee said...
Waking up this morning...
9:26 PM
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Blogger Louvregirl said...
Hugged my son goodbye (and laid my head on his chest) when we moved away.
9:45 PM
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12 comments:

  1. eating an entire meal without spitting the last part up!

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  2. I just take it day to day. Yesterday afternoon there was a concert by a choral group from the University of Georgia - voices likes angels. I'm so glad I went. The highlight - "Sometimes I Feel" arrangement by Parker/Shaw. There is a youtube video with someone else performing it. Moving and gorgeous.

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  3. Praying for a small boy and his Dad that Mom would be able to carry his baby brother to term.

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  4. Honestly so much in my life is worth remembering. Every little precious thing from being able to hold that 9-month-old last week to finding a lime green frog in the hosta at the front door this morning.

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  5. Watching a mother duck lead all her many babies across a street and all the cars stopped with smiling people inside.

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  6. Just trying to remember each day to see instead of just look which can turn the ordinary into memorable. A lot of really neat stuff goes unnoticed, especially when studying a smart phone keyboard.

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  7. My voluntary work makes me feel worthwhile.
    On a more personal level? The trip to Antarctica. Over ten years ago now, but definitely cherished memories.

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  8. I'm one of those people that can see the tiny things that are important in life alongside the very important ones. I'd be here all night trying to report on it all.

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  9. Waking up this morning...

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  10. Hugged my son goodbye (and laid my head on his chest) when we moved away.

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  11. Saying goodbye to my Bubbe for the last time. ;_;

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  12. Oh my gosh... I must be like Patti. Besides, my memory is so terrible that I can't remember from day to day too much. First thing that pops into my brain is taking my mom to Butchart Gardens.

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