3. When did you last visit a place or site named for George Washington or Abraham Lincoln, and what was that place or site?
Nothing comes to mind. I’ve probably driven on a street named after one or the other, but I can’t remember when or where.
4. February 16th was President’s Day in the US, but did you know it was also National Almond Day? I didn’t think so : ) Do you like almonds? If so, what’s a food/dish/recipe you enjoy that contains almonds?
Almonds are okay, but they’re not my favorite nut–cashews are. I like almonds best when they’re nestled in the middle of Hershey’s chocolate!
5.The television program Saturday Night Live celebrated its 40th anniversary this past weekend. Were/are you a fan of the show? If so what has been your favorite (or one of your favorite) skits, sayings, or characters that came out of the program?
As a young adult, I used to be a huge fan of SNL when it first started coming on. As I grew older, I found it too difficult to stay awake that late, and my taste in shows also changed. Back in the day, I used to enjoy watching ‘The Coneheads and Gilda Radner as Roseanne Rosannadanna.
Yes. My purple ‘Winnie the Pooh’ checkbook cover is on the couch beside me because I’ve recently been paying bills.
7. Back in December I asked you to submit a question for a future HP as part of a giveaway I was hosting. I grabbed this one from those entries, submitted by Zoanna who blogs over at Penchant for Pens. Thanks Zoanna!
She asks, “How often do you make your bed, and how do you like to make it-pull the covers all the way up over the pillows, tuck the covers in around the pillows, or place all the pillows on top of the covers?”
I make my bed every day. If my bed is made, it makes me feel better. Something about an unmade bed bothers me! I like to place the sleeping pillows on the bed, then pull the comforter over them. Then I prop the rest of the decorative pillows on top of the covered pillows. I’ve tried making my bed all kinds of ways, but this works best for me.
Random: I’ve decided to share a recent picture (courtesy of their mom’s Facebook page) of our two oldest grandsons, Chase and Caden.
“The Love Bandits”