Saturday, September 02, 2006

 

Hmmm ...


Let's see ...
What do I like?

I like sunshine, green grass and peanuts.
I like horseback riding and shooting guns.
I like walking in the woods and bird watching.
I like to just sit and listen to nature and the song that it sings.
I like barns, covered bridges and tractors.
I like roller skating, doing the hokey pokey and dancing.
I like chocolate and peanut butter.
Favorite cookie?
It's a tie between snickerdoodles and peanut butter cookies.
Favorite food?
That would have to taccos.
Favorite desert?
Blackberry cobbler.
I like cows, horses, goats, chickens and ducks.
Pigs stink but taste good.
My favorite cow is a Jersey.
My favorite horse is a Fressian.
My favorite goats are Pygmy.
My favorite chicken was my pet chicken, Henny Penny, who used to sit on my lap and groom me.
My favorite type of dog is a beagle.
I like a man who opens doors for me.
I like to drive fast.
I like to go for drives in the country.
I love the smell of hay.
I also love the smell of oats in the feed barn.
I like guitars, fiddles, mandolins, banjos and many other instruments.
My favorite song?
It's a tie between How Great Thou Art and Greensleeves.
My favorite color is green.
I like most music from classical to hip hop and just about everything in between.
I like to dance.
I like to write poetry.
I like to sing.
I like to play music.
I'm a people watcher.
I used to be really shy but I'm not so much anymore.
I like crawdads and frog legs.
I like mashed potatoes and baked potatoes with lots of butter and sour cream.
I like swimming.
I like to crochet, knit and quilt.
I like to sketch.
I like fishing but I don't like taking the fish off of the hook.
I like watching movies.
I like a man in jeans.
I like to explore new places.
My favorite car would be a '72 mustang convertible.
I also love my blazer and it's sunroof.
I like looking at the stars, watching for satelites and watching meteor showers.
I like wishing on a shooting star.
I like holding hands.
I like comfortable silences.
I like being with good friends.

I do NOT like green persimmons.



Comments:
Ah, blackberry cobbler was a favorite childhood food. We use to pick the blackberries wild in our woods or hedgerows. Mom would serve it hot. We would eat it in cereal bowls with cold milk. Yummy! I miss it now.
 
Hi Tim! We always picked our berries too. We had a patch in the neighbors pasture that he let us pick whenever we wanted. My grandfather also planted and grew his own. Oh my gosh, my grandmother made THE best blackberry cobbler. Makes my mouth water just to think of it.
 
Awesome list!!

I love apple cobbler or peach cobbler... blueberry too..Ooyh I got to many favorites!!

We grew up picking berries for Mom all summer too... we lied tho if we found strawberries(blush.)

I love making jams and jellies and pickles!!

North
 
I agree with North...that list was awesome and written so poetically.

And like Tim, I love blackberry cobbler made from hand picked wild berries. I must admit that I like all blackberry cobblers no matter if they are made with tame blackberries. I love it warm with a scoop of vanilla ice cream...Yumm.

I liked your covered bridge sketch and it sounded like your day wasn't starting out too well, but by the time you listed your favorite things, except for persimons...you sounded much happier.

Keep the faith and know that I'm thinking of you.
I'm sending {{{Hugs}}} your way.
Sandy
 
North, I totally understand about the strawberries! I always ate more of those than ended up in my bucket. I always got yelled at for it, but that didn't stop me from eating them!!!

Sandy, thank you so much for the "hug" and the kind words. It means a lot and made me smile.
 
What a great list and so positive. I too do not like green perssimons after being tricked into tasting one when I was young - yuk.
 
Thanks Doubleknot! Yeah, I can't believe I fell for biting a green persimmon. Blah!
 
and I like... you!! What a country gal you are!
I'm totally with you on the potatoes - I can eat a whole plate of them especially when there's heaps of butter and salt as well.
 
Hi Gracie!

I AM a country gal!!!

I am very blessed to have all of you as friends.
 
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