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Sunshine Blogger Tag

I was tagged by Snapper for this lovely tag, shining forth with all the light the sun is capable of giving. Oh, and go read hers... her answer for number five was really funny!

1. If I asked you whether this glass were half empty or half full, what would you say?
First, I can't see this glass you are referring to... Second, it would really depend on my current mood. Third, normally when I want to drink water I want to drink more than a whole glass full. You know, I'm always striving to have a my cup overrunning ;)

Psalm 23:5c My cup overflows.

So, maybe I'd say, "Bring me a full glass, or I'll pour that half glass down your back."

Just being real, guys ;)

2. Cereal or Bagels?
I could seriously get fat off bagels.
And I don't need anything with them. No cream cheese, no butter. Just bagels and me, any flavor, all day long!


3. Take all your personality traits and flip them. What would you want to be when you grew up then?
Well, I am grown up, I'm told.
But I'll try to imagine...

I'd probably want to be a lazy bum? That's seriously the opposite of me ;p

Or maybe I'd want to burn all media? Or become a prison guard? Or help make processed foods? Or... are you ready for me to stop imagining?

I think it's good I'm me instead of... not me.

4. Pancakes. What would you do to get them?
Smother them with Greek yogurt, drown them with maple syrup, stab them with a fork, then chew them slowly. Finally I'd swallow them to darkness.

I'm even meaner to waffles :D

5. Do shiny, sparkly things describe your life more? Or would you say you like things more Hobbit-like?
I'd say both.
I love the simple, real life.
But I love color and sparkle! I hope I'm not obsessed like Gollum. But then  I do like Gollum. So who knows?
Gollum was a hobbit, after all, who loved bling!

Yeah, definitely both :D

6. What song would you choose to play when you reached a huge life goal?

7. Which children's book was your favorite?
Surprisingly, this is the easiest question of them all! Even though I'm obsessed with children's books.... Silly Sally is my all time favorite! And I have the whole thing memorized ;D But I can't stop with one... I also love The Little Engine That Could.

These two books are some of my prized thriftstore finds ;)

I tag: Clever BunniesLydia Howe, and Abigayle Claire

To answer the following questions:

1. Name two unconventional things that aren't people or God that make you beyond happy.

2. What is your favorite thing to think about?

3. What do you think others should think about more often?

4. If you owned the whole world for a day, what would you do?

5. What is your favorite thing you've ever written?

6. Do you enjoy crying (I know some people that say they do)?

7. Are there any conspiracy theories backed up by fact, in your opinion.

8. What does the word identity mean to you?  Does identity really matter, or is it something people think about too much?

9. How is time meant to be spent, to enjoy life? Have fun with this one!

10. Forget the accepted definition, but to you, what is the difference between an introvert and an extrovert? 

And anyone can answer any of these if they like ;) What do you think of the tag and my answers? How has your week been?


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  2. I wish I could eat bagels and pancakes the gluten free life sucks.
    Great answers!

    1. You can make yummy gluten free pancakes and waffles. I can give you a recipe if you like... just email me :)

  3. Fun post! I'd pick bagels over cereal any day!

    1. Thanks! They are so yummy... though I do love hot cereals (oatmeal, corn meal mush, grits) and grape nuts are delicious too. And homemade granola. I just like breakfast foods, I think :)

  4. Oh my gosh, this is hilarious. XD XD Your humor is so funny.

    But also your answers are epic! I've never thought about greek yogurt on pancakes. (I think I'm part of the waffle squad, though, because I prefer waffles. XD)

    I loved your answer for number 2. Now I want a bagel. XD

    1. Haha, thanks :)

      Yes, I love waffles more, too! And I eat them the same... smothered in Greek yogurt 😁

  5. I love bagels too <3

    Loved the tag, Keturah!


  6. The Little Engine that Could and Silly Sally were my childhood! <3

    Great answers!

    1. Oh, that’s so neat you love them too! Thanks 😁

  7. Ha, this made me laugh! I remember reading The Little Engine that Could to my little brother when he was, well, he's almost as tall as me...

    I don't eat bagels much, but now you've made me want to eat one. Really, the only time I've ever SUPER enjoyed a bagel, is on a family trip we stopped by this bagel café in a cute little town (I can't remember if this was during a trip to England, or a trip to Iowa, lol) and had some really nice, handmade bagels with all sorts of yummy stuff on them. It was delicious...I'd love to find it again someday and go back!

    1. Yay for laughter!

      I actually didn’t realize it was a book for so long... it was one of my favorite movies as a little kid.

      Oh, homemade bagels sound yummy. I tried making them once recently, but they turned out only okay.

  8. Oh, Silly Sally was a favorite at our house! Thanks for tagging us! We have our post up now!

    1. So neat! It doesn't seem to be a well known book, so I'm always glad to hear about someone else that loves it ;D

      Awesome! I'll go check it out now ;)


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