I have been looking for some inspiration to get back to posting original posts on my own page. There are a few I started, but I really want to give this one a go. So, for Cee Cee’s challenge this week I will answer her questions from Share Your World.
Do you prefer ketchup or mustard?
I like ketchup more than mustard. Though I really like to use mustard as a dip for soft pretzels and definitely need it on a corn dog or hot dog. I use Ketchup all the time in recipes and have to have it on hamburgers. My nephew eats it on everything, but especially macaroni and cheese.
If someone made a movie of your life would it be a drama, a comedy, a romantic-comedy, action film, or science fiction?
I keep thinking of Drama, but there are comedic, funny parts of my life. So, perhaps a Dramedy.
If you could be given any gift what would it be?
I would like enough money to pay my bills, pay what I owe my family for all the help they have given me, help my kids finish school and go on a trip through Europe with my husband. I don’t want to be rich, just comfortable and comfortable enough to be able to help others.
For potlucks or parties do you cook it yourself, buy from a grocery store, or pay for catering?
I cook most of the time or do a combination of cooking and store bought. It depends on what time of year, what is requested and how much time I have. But, I really like bringing something home made. I think it means more to the event when people are willing to spend the time to cook for others.
Bonus question: What are you grateful for from last week, and what are you looking forward to in the week coming up?
I’m grateful for the time I have had to spend with my grandchildren. I am raising my oldest grandchild and never get to see her sister. She lives with her father in Virginia. The boys only come for the summer and when we can afford to get them Christmas every other year. They live in CT with their father. I miss them terribly and hope that someday we can be together all the time. I love my family more than anything and enjoy the time I spend with them. That means more than anything.