Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Chats On The Farmhouse Porch

Time to join our friends Patrice and Wendell on their porch for some chatting!  Pull up a chair and join us at Everyday Ruralty.

1 What was your favorite game as a child?
We played a lot of jacks when I was a kid.  I wasn't great at it, but I loved playing it.

2. Have you ever had your own business? (home business, a shop, Etsy, lemon-aid stand, etc)
I sold Christmas decorations and home decor through House of Lloyd and later through Kingdom Treasures.  They were party sales companies, like Tupperware.

3. How's your spelling?
I am a member of the grammar police.  Seeing a word misspelled makes me break out in a rash.  Yes, that bad.

4. How are you about going to the dentist?
I don't enjoy it, but I'm not terrified of it.  My daughter, on the other hand, is getting ready to have her wisdom teeth removed.  She is not liking the dentist a whole lot right now.

5. Do you enjoy board games?
Oh my yes!!!  We love playing board games!  Our favorite is Apples to Apples, but I also love playing Trivial Pursuit.


Debbie Huffaker said...

I had totally forgotten about jacks....we played those all the time when I was young. Sad Dad got up in the middle of the night and stepped on a jack "rock" I had left lying on the floor...he was.not.happy!!!

Patrice said...

The grammar police- :)!!! I wasn't into jacks as a child, but we like some of the same board games. I think board games are so good for families with all the technology that separates people. I almost cried when my daughter had her wisdom teeth out. I was so hoping she'd have enough room, like my side of the family. I reminded her she could thank her dad regarding that one. :P Have a great week.

Clairity said...

I can so relate to being the grammar police. I love board games but sadly don't have the time to play them.

jen @ grown in southern ground said...

trivial pursuit is one of my faves too... and grammar police unite!

Madonna said...

I love Trivial Pursuit myself. We have probably 10 different sets.