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Wednesday, July 11, 2018

Wednesday Meme Number Nine

1. What's something in your house you'd like to get rid of but can't?
It been slow but I been going though certain area in the house. First anything just plain trash I take directly to the garbage. And after that I then go back though it make my self a lease give 10% to the thrift store. Right now there this pile I been hauling off to the thrift store and I have set of desert glasses and I keep looking at them and have all sorts of thoughts of what I can do with them. Knowing I don't have the actual time to make it happen.

2. When is the last time you experienced a sense of nostalgia? Elaborate.
I'm not much on nostalgia. But usual when nostalgia comes around I try to balance it out in my thinking. Recall both side of it, negative and postive. 

I find people who are heavy into nostalgia have trouble moving forward and change is uncomfortable for them.

3. You're only allowed three apps on your smart phone or tablet...which three do you keep?
I haven't yet put any apps on my phone.


4. July 11th is National Blueberry Muffin Day. Who knew? Do you like blueberry muffins? If you were going to have a muffin would blueberry be your choice? What's the last thing you baked?
Blueberry muffin does sound good. I was thinking of doing up some type muffin and enter them in our county fair. 

It been a while since I baked.
I been thinking of making what I call a sunshine pie. It something I take to summer soltice party. A pie made up of necterine or peach, blueberries or huckleberrie, and strawberries or raspberries. For this pie the trick is the arrangement of the fruit. In middle you place the necterine, and on the out side edge place mixture of blueberries, and raspberries. Note I use about 60% necterine, for rapberries and blueberris I divide them about 15% each.
This an open face pie and once it bake and it taken oven It was a nice blend of fruit that looks like a summer sun.

5. What's the biggest way you've changed since you were a child? In what way are you still the same?
I think as I got older I learn about sitting personal bounds. So that way I have change.

But I still have my sence of humor. I love laugh when I was young and still do.

6. Insert your own random thought here.

It been general hot here in north idaho, with a few days of relief. This weekend we having a pagan camp out, and some other pagan coming up from the Spokane area. It not one of sabbats or esbates but our circle or worship theme is planting, growing, and harvest.
I got rid of 10 pounds this year, we're at the half way mark of year. Now I have to work on next five which I want off by September.

We got all the side porch taken off.

 There cutting the first crop of hay and usual there quite a bit of dust flying about. So once the hay is up and then we will start on the deck.

So above is hodge podge wednesday. and here this WEEK QUESTION and theme is "Getting rid of"
And below is my two photo meme I take part in ABC WEDNESDAY and WORDLESS WEDNESDAY


A is for Artichokes. And there doing great in garden. There actual starting to set on fruit. I'm guessing some time after mid August we should be eating artichokes out of the garden.

My photo for Wordless Wednesday

Coffee is on

24 comments:

  1. Congratulations on your weight loss! That's a huge accomplishment. The pie you described sounds beautiful to look at AND delicious. I love fruity pies. Happy Wednesday!
    Jan
    Laughter and Consistency

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  2. Setting personal boundaries is something I've learned in recent years - so different from my young, people-pleasing self.

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  3. I've never seen an artichoke plant before. :-)

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  4. "What's something in your house you'd like to get rid of but can't?"

    The phone. It's always ringing.

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  5. hari OM
    Nice responses and for me, I could write much the same as you for #2 and #3. #1, not so much in the house as the roof outside which blocks my view! #4, I like blueberry muffins and have even baked them; but last week it was cheese scones and yoghurt buns. # 5, I've grown wider which has made me look even shorter. #6, I try not to have random thoughts.
    YAM xx

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  6. I don't think I have ever seen an artichoke plant. And I wish I was home for blueberry day. In my area of upstate New York we've just started picking in the last week or so. I always make blueberry muffins at least once each season. Alana ramblinwitham.blogspot.com

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  7. Good choice for A ~ love artichokes!

    Happy Day to you,
    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

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  8. That pie sounds perfect for summer.

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  9. Keep up the good work!

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  10. One thing I would love to get rid of is the one thing that is impossible to get rid of. Cat hair, It's everywhere and I would have to get rid of the cat but that's not happening, so I'm stuck with living with cat hair everywhere.

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  11. What interesting questions to ponder.

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  12. Lovely choice for A... Bon Apetit for if you eat them

    Welcome to round 23.
    Wonderful to see you participate in this new round again. I am looking forward to your upcoming entries! Thank you for participating.
    Have a splendid, ♥-warming ABC-Wednes-day / -week
    ♫ M e l ☺ d y ♪ (ABC-W-team)
    http://melodymusic.nl/23-A

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  13. And yesterday I bought blueberries at ALDI :-)
    Congrats on the weight-loss!

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  14. We had very hot weather too, now it cooled down a bit, but it doesn't rain and the lawn is all dry ! Love your WW picture !

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  15. Your summer solstice pie sounds yummilicious. I'd give you first place just from the description. I've been thinking about entering something into the county fair this year. It's been awhile. Have you considered turning your dessert glasses into succulent planters?

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  16. We are hoping you are having a wonderful summer so far. It has been a warm one up here so far. We can't wait to see what the new deck is going to look like. It will be a lot of hard work to do during the summertime heat. Thanks for the share. Have a great day.
    World of Animals

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  17. Love the idea of your pie! Sounds scrumptious!

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  18. Our weather has gotten milder, so it's tolerable... for now

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  19. Hello from NH,
    I enjoyed reading your post. I'm not sure I know what a huckleberry is or if I've ever had one. I have family who just relocated to the Boise area. I hope the rest of your summer goes well and that your reach your goals. Thanks for your visit to my post and for your comment.

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  20. Thank you for a lovely post and linking up with us on #WordlessWednesday. read to have you join us.

    Artichokes fresh off the garden sounds divine. :)))

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  21. The pie sure sounds yum! So many interesting questions to reflect upon. So happy to have you link up with us for #ww.

    https://theskygirl.com/2018/07/10/are-you-ready/

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  22. I am going to donate things tomorrow. We go every 4 weeks or so.
    I like to clean it out!

    Thanks for sharing!

    - Lisa

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  23. Is that a pancake? looks super yuuum

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