1. Describe a typical Sunday from your childhood.
Mom would be up early, as usual, but would fix a special breakfast, maybe scrambled eggs, bacon, and slices of fresh baked bread, toasted, then we would all get dressed, the older ones helping the younger children get ready for church. A drive to town, through the canyon, and then Sunday School and church, and afterwards possibly a dinner with one of the other church families, before our long drive back home, where chores would be waiting before we turned in for the night.
I am not comfortable with uncertainty, because I like to be in control and when I don't know what is going to happen, I find that a test of my faith to be content to let God be in charge.
I am an artsy person. This past Saturday, I took a class/workshop where I finished a 12 days of Christmas book and a box to contain it.
I have never worked in fast food, although when I was a junior in high school, I worked at a cafe next to a night club, and I learned that you had to be fast, the custom was always right, and drunks tip real good.
Since I am facing some life changes (good ones), I have had to talk turkey to my kids, and let them know that I am an adult, and I can make decisions, if they are wrong that will be on me, but they need to respect my choices.
The apostle Paul, I would serve him the traditional dinner and then listen to his wisdom of relationships.
I need to finish repairing my grandson's baseball uniform. He slid into base and ripped a hole in the knee of his pants.
The weather here was in the low 90's today, so it was back to shorts. This whole week is supposed to be warmer than usual, so it is hard to believe that Thanksgiving is just around the corner. I did find a couple of yummy sounding pumpkin recipes that I am going to try.