Willie Wonka Wednesday II

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Willie Wonka Wednesday II
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Wed, 04-17-2013 - 2:54pm

I hope you don't mind this additional fluff spring, I've finished a paper and I've hit a wall about another assignment that I'm not ready to dig into right now, the kids are still in school so...

If you have a favorite song what is it...  And why?

What is your favorite snack?

On a scale of 0 - 10 how faithful are you?  (psst, feel free to apply this to anything not just church)

 

 

 

 

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Wed, 04-17-2013 - 3:08pm

Absolutely not. The more fluff, the better :)

If you have a favorite song what is it...  And why?

At this second I am going to say Just Give me a Reason-Pink and Fun. Love the combo of the voices.

What is your favorite snack?

Too difficult to think of one. lol. You know me and food. Well my 3pm snacks have been protein bars lately as they fill me up until dinner. Not my favorite but they do the job :)

On a scale of 0 - 10 how faithful are you?  (psst, feel free to apply this to anything not just church)

I want to say 10 but then I think of things like not eating as healthy as I should when I know I need to get into a bathing suit soon lol (and my dh thinks I CAN get into a bikini and HATES the bathing suits with the skirts lol--love a cute tankini anyday though lol) so I will say 8/9. Faithful as in cheating, NEVER and never will so that is a 10. I don't have any reason TO cheat and why would I want to deal with another man-bawahhhaaa...

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Wed, 04-17-2013 - 3:29pm

If you have a favorite song what is it...  And why?

Solsbory Hill by Peter Gabriel is my all time favorite song.. it's hopeful and thought provoking and I want it played at my funeral.   From Broadway my favorites are "The Road you Didn't take" , " No one is Alone" and "The Ladies who lunch" - all Sondheim

What is your favorite snack? My favorite thing in the world are ruffles potato chips but because I'm fat I don't eat them very much but oh.. oh I love them so. my favorite more sophisticated snack is equally fattening but feels more grownup - brie, some crackers and some grapes, preferably accompanied by a cold cold pinot grigio

On a scale of 0 - 10 how faithful are you?  (psst, feel free to apply this to anything not just church) WTR to Church i'm pretty much a 0 but i'm faithful in my own way with my own prayers. When it comes to my wife and daughter and our life together i'm a 10  ;-)

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Wed, 04-17-2013 - 4:00pm

If you have a favorite song what is it...  And why?

Probably Under Pressure.  Because it is amazing.

What is your favorite snack?

A spoonful of peanut butter.

On a scale of 0 - 10 how faithful are you?  (psst, feel free to apply this to anything not just church)

In most senses of the word, 0.  


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Wed, 04-17-2013 - 4:35pm

I've got a lot of favorite songs for different occasions.  The five most played songs on my songlist right now:  Sting, "Fields of Gold."  Johnny Cash and June Carter, "Far Side Banks of Jordan,"  Kate Wolf, "Carolina Pines," Gordon Lightfoot, "Approaching Lavender," and "Sabbath Prayer" from Fiddler on the Roof.

Favorite Snacks:  Honeycrisp Apples or Yoplait's 100-calorie vanilla greek yogurt

I'm not sure what you mean by being "faithful."  I've never cheated on my husband or even been tempted to cheat.  I'm fairly disciplined about somethings and horrible about others.  I try to live up to my promises and commitments.

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Wed, 04-17-2013 - 4:49pm

jamblessedthree wrote:
<p>I hope you don't mind this additional fluff spring, I've finished a paper and I've hit a wall about another assignment that I'm not ready to dig into right now, the kids are still in school so...</p><p>If you have a favorite song what is it...  And why?</p><p>What is your favorite snack?</p><p>On a scale of 0 - 10 how faithful are you?  (psst, feel free to apply this to anything not just church)</p><p> </p><p> </p>

Thanks spring, I feel better! :)

There's a new Pink song I like that reminds me of my kids when I hear it even if they're not with me in the car.  I also like Heart of Worship, I heard that on K-Love today and it reminds me of those Texas years and this evangelism retreat DH and I attended every year.  The retreat was named the same. 

I consider myself pretty faithful/loyal in all I do.  Church, probably an 8.  DH and kids, 10.  My studies, probably an 8 or 9.  Work and Volunteerism, b/w an 8 and 9 b/c what I say I do I stick to unless a sick kid wakes up. 

 

 

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Wed, 04-17-2013 - 4:52pm

Anytime, Jam Laughing

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Wed, 04-17-2013 - 4:53pm

If we're talking faithful as in honoring commitments, I'm a 10+.  If we're talking faithful as in believing in anything that I can't see or hear, then I'm a 0-.


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Wed, 04-17-2013 - 4:55pm

Oh, c'mon, Lauren!  Everyone believes in stuff they can't see or here.  I'll bet you believe in gravity, for instance.Wink

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Wed, 04-17-2013 - 5:09pm

Don't make me go all Phoebe on you, Bord...

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Wed, 04-17-2013 - 5:15pm

bordwithyou wrote:
<p>Oh, c'mon, Lauren!  Everyone believes in stuff they can't see or here.  I'll bet you believe in gravity, for instance.<img src="/forums/sites/all/libraries/tinymce/jscripts/tiny_mce/plugins/emotions/img/smiley-wink.gif" alt="Wink" title="Wink" border="0" /></p>

If you live in a house with cats, you will hear gravity every damn day. :)

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