Monday Morning Meme from Karen

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September 29th Questions:

1. How do you define happiness?
Knowing my family is happy and safe is a big part of it. Having a job I enjoy. I'm, fortunately, by nature a pretty happy person and it takes a lot to jolt me from that.

2. What did you have for breakfast? (If not this morning, tell us what you had the last time you had breakfast). Normally I have coffee for breakfast. I'm much more likely to eat breakfast for supper. The last time we did that, we had eggs, grits, sausage, bacon, and pancakes. The last time I had breakfast for breakfast....hmmmmm.... I think it was one morning we worked and I grabbed a sausage biscuit down at Gen. Earl's (gas/convenience/cafe/let's hang out at local store).

3. On a scale of one to ten, how sick are you of the presidential campaign? Do you talk about politics on your blog? What about in real life? Why or why not? I have to admit, I'm ready for it to be over. No, I don't talk about politics on my blog in any shape or form. Not even to the extent of having a "I support" button on my sidebar. In real life, sometimes I will, but not to the extent of trying to sway anyone else. Everyone has to make up their own minds and I don't believe in "arguing" or "persuading" people to believe my way. I figure if they can be argued into it, they can be argued out of it....convictions need to come from inside. That's the only way they mean anything.

4. What about your life today would surprise your teen-aged self? Actually... I don't think too much. I'm pretty much doing what I always hoped I would do. I do think my teen-aged self would have pushed a bit harder on the writing....and I should have listened to her.

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Marianne Arkins said…
Every time I hear about someone eating grits, I think about that part in "My Cousin Vinny" when he grills the guy about cooking grits... okay, I gotta go to YouTube and watch it again.
Anonymous said…
I love having breakfast for dinner sometimes as a nice way to shake up the normal routine :) Cheers :)