Friday's Feast

EDITED TO ADD: I nearly forgot (see what being a blonde will do for you?) Tomorrow I have some BIG news for you. The Long and the Short of It is having a St. Patrick's day contest you do NOT want to miss. So... come back tomorrow for the announcement.

This Date In History
February 29, 1904: Jimmy Dorsey is born. Btw, since he was born this day, he is called a "leapling."

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Who was the last person you hugged? My wonderful husband.


Share a beauty or grooming trick or tip with us. Hmmm.... my beauty/grooming routine is very basic. It consists of this: and this:


What does the color yellow make you think of? Sunshine... sending lots of it to Iowa and New Hampshire (and any where else that is tired of cold and snow)

Main Course

If you were to make your living as a photographer, what subject would your pictures revolve around? Probably kids. I love kids. As a matter of fact, for those who don't know, I was a preschool teacher before I "retired" to join my husband in our business and write mostly full-time. Well, that was the idea :-)

What was the longest book you ever read? Okay... I'm sure it comes as no surprise to anyone to find out I read a LOT. I couldn't think I Googled "longest book." If you want the list, you can find it here. Scanning down that list, I see I have read: Ayn Rand, Atlas Shrugged
Published 1957. approx. 645,000 words. 1168 pages
. So... there y'have it.


mamichelle said…
Nice feast! And thanks for the hugs and sunshine! I'm very close to NH (8 miles to be exact).
Anonymous said…
Thanks for stopping by... Atlas Shrugged is a favorite book of my husband and me ~ unfortunately he seems to find himself in Dagney positions a lot.
We've got rain today in central KY, so we could use some of the happy sunshine too! Happy Leap Day!
Anonymous said…
Great feast. Thanks for stopping by.
Gina said…
Ohhh,sunshine!!! We need that. It's not looking too bad out tho', very coldddd but there is a little bit of sunshine.

Happy Leap Day and Happy Feasting!