Fave photo of the week

Okay, this is it. I've milked it for all I can. My repertoire of videos taken during Bubby's visit in March has now run its course. This is the last one. <sniff>

This was taken on the last day of Bubby's visit. He had been reluctant to leave Grandma and Grandpa's and said "No, no!" each time it was suggested. Here Megan convinces him it's time to go home.

Today's question:

Do you prefer Vimeo or YouTube for embedded videos and why?

My answer: I'm not sure ... which is why I'm asking you.

Fave photo of the week

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Aunts galore!

Bubby and Megan with the great-aunts, aunts and Nonny-Grandma.

Today's question:

How many siblings do you have?

My answer: Above on the couch with Megan and Bubby are three of my four sisters. I also have two brothers. All seven of us are immediate siblings -- no step. (Although there are a couple step on both sides but they don't really count because we were all adults by that time and we never have contact with one another.)

Fave photo of the week

My favorite photo of the week isn't actually a photo at all. It's a video -- a video of Bubby's infectious laughter and just one small example of why he kept us in stitches all week long during his visit to Grandma's.

Today's question:

What makes you laugh so hard you snort?

My answer: I don't really snort all that often (if ever) but come close when playing Mad Gab with friends or family (online version here) or watching "Happy Texas" starring Steve Zahn, Jeremy Northam and William H. Macy.

Fave photo of the week

Related Posts with ThumbnailsBy the time you see this, I'll have this Oreo-mouthed, bundle of love in my arms. Hallelujah!

 

Today's question:

What's your favorite way to spend a Sunday?

My answer: Hanging out with my family -- my most favorite folks in the world, made all the better by Bubby.

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'Twas a happy birthday for Jim!

Brianna, Jim and Andrea

Today's question:

What expression do you normally have on your face?

My answer: Concentration. I have to occasionally remind myself to stop furrowing my brow and open my eyes in wide surprise to reverse the big ol' wrinkle thinking too hard creates between my eyes. My mind is always going 631 miles an hour -- and not necessarily on anything of any importance.

Fave photo of the week

Brianna brought my granddog Hunter over for a visit this past week so he could play with Mickey and Lyla for a bit. After an hour or so of running around in the yard, the trio decided to hang out with me while I worked on the computer.

This is what I saw each time I glanced over my shoulder:

Left to right: Mickey, Lyla and Hunter.

Today's question:

Dogs and cats live for their naps, and I recently read that one-third of American adults nap on a typical day. Do you take naps?

My answer: I don't nap, not even on weekends, although I probably should. In fact, since being laid off from my full-time job more than a year ago, I've taken exactly ONE nap -- and I was sick. It's not because I'm high energy and don't need to recharge; it's because I feel guilty for not being productive. (Yeah, I got issues ... or so I've been told.)

Fave photo of the week

My bloggin' friends Tammy and Tracey are far better photographers than I am (and they know how to use Photoshop!), but I thought I did a pretty good job with this photo I took with my little point-and-shoot in my front yard last week.

I like the juxtaposition of the green of spring emerging in the background, while the ice of winter occupies the foreground.

Today's question:

What's a sure signal for you that spring is finally on its way?

My answer: The chitter-chatter of the birds. We have numerous trees surrounding our house, and as the days warm up, the birdsong increases. My favorite: the solemn song of the mourning dove.