Friday, May 20, 2016

Celebrate the small things and Fast Five Friday

Celebrate the Small Things is a Friday blog hop where we share things, big or small, during that week, and then hop around to other blogs to see what they've shared. 

We had two vehicles break down on us within hours of each other. The good part? No one was injured and one of them is working again.

Mailed out my oldest son's invites for his grad party!

Did some revising on one of my stories and did NOT want to stop, but I had to. I was so in the zone.

Any celebrations you'd like to share? Join in on the fun HERE.

Fast Five Friday
Fast Five Friday is a weekly blog hop created at Cover Girls. Its purpose is to connect with writers, readers, viewers, and bloggers, and the topics revolve around lists.
 Go HERE to learn more about Fast Five Friday, or you can click the tab button above in this blog.

May 13th - 5 fun things to do with your bestie

Shop till we drop
Activites: bowling, walking, etc.
Anything creative: writing, painting, flower arranging, and so on
Just being in their presence 

May 20th – 5 ways to get yourself motivated

Coffee, coffee, coffee
Making lists
Power nap 

What fun things do you do with your best friend? What ideas do you have to get motivated? 

Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Express Yourself May

Express Yourself is the weekly blog hop where Dani @Entertaining Interests and I ask a question or discuss a topic for other bloggers to share. It's a fun way to learn more about each other. Please join us!

May 2-6 What are your favorite sports teams?
Chicago Cubs
San Francisco 49ers

May 9-13 Is there a celebrity whose death affected you in some way?
Rich Mullins - a songwriter, singer, piano player. I realize he's probably not well known to some, but to me, he was a celebrity. I first saw him at camp in my teens. He had such a strong love for the Lord, and his voice was amazing; his music made a big impact on me. He passed away in an auto accident, and when I'd heard the news, I was numb. In shock. It was like a family member had died. But God was ready for him, and I'm sure Rich was equally ready to meet Him.