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Food 4 Thought Friday!
A little feast without the calories!!
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Food 4 Thought Friday ~ This week's questions:
Breakfast ~ If you could swallow a pill that would stop anything of your choice from ever happening to you again (besides getting sick), what would the pill permanently end?
Lunch ~ What thought or sentiment would you like to have copied and put into one million fortune cookies? Life is short so CHERISH THE MOMENTS!
Dinner ~ What is the greatest distance you have ever driven in a single day? I believe it was when we lived in St. Louis and we drove all the way home without stopping except for food and bathroom breaks. I think it took us 24 hours. Skyler was almost two years old at the time. I will also never forget our trip to Oregon with all five boys ranging in age from 3 to 15 and we drove that in 14 hours. That one may have been shorter in hours but I am pretty sure it felt longer!
Midnight Snack ~ What is the coldest you have ever been in your life, and what is the hottest you have ever been? I hate to be cold and it seems like I am always freezing in the winter. I have been really cold at the start of many marathons but I think the very coldest I have ever been was in high school. My friend Carol lined me up with her boyfriend's friend and we went sleigh riding. I didn't dress warm enough and I didn't have good gloves or boots and I was so cold that I wanted to cry. I would have too if I hadn't been on a date with a stranger. I was so miserable! I have been really cold while snowmobiling a few times as well. As far as the hottest, I think it was when I lived in St. George when I was going to Dixie College and me and my friend Shauna stayed and worked during the summer. I remember walking to the laundromat and the temperature said it was 115°! I also remember visiting Dave's sister in Arizona and melting and visiting his other sister in Las Vegas and getting heat exhaustion from walking around the strip in the middle of the summer. Maybe that's why they call it the strip because everyone gets so hot that is what you want to do!
Recipe of the Week ~ (instead of your recipe for life what is it just for the week?) When you release the control you "think" you have over your life, things seem to just fall into place and work out so much better.