From An Island Life:
In Hawaii, Aloha Friday is the day that we take it easy and look forward to the weekend. So I thought that on Fridays I would take it easy on posting, too. Therefore, I’ll ask a simple question for you to answer. Nothing that requires a lengthy response.
If you’d like to participate, visit An Island Life answer the question and then post your own question on your blog and leave your link below. Don’t forget to visit the other participants! It’s a great way to make new bloggy friends!
My Question:Favorite recipe that has been passed down?My answer:My grandmother’s chestnut stuffing
From Java’s blog:
Are you a blogger over 40? Yeah, welcome to the club!
Please join in the fun and get to know your fellow bloggers!!
In the spirit of the Twitter Friday Follow, the Book Blogger Hop is a place just for book bloggers and readers to connect and find new book-related blogs that we may be missing out on! This weekly BOOK PARTY is an awesome opportunity for book bloggers to connect with other book lovers, make new friends, support each other, and generally just share our love of books! It will also give blog readers a chance to find other book blogs that they may not know existed! So, grab the logo, post about the Hop on your blog, and start HOPPING through the list of blogs that are posted in the Linky list below!!
The Hop lasts Friday-Monday every week, so if you don’t have time to Hop today, come back later and join the fun! This is a weekly event! And stop back throughout the weekend to see all the new blogs that are added! We get over 200 links every week!!
Your blog should have content related to books, including, but not limited to book reviews.
If you start following someone through the Hop, leave a comment on their blog to let them know! Stop back during the week to see other blogs that are added! And, most importantly, the idea is to HAVE FUN!!
This week’s question:
“Since Thanksgiving is coming up next week, let’s use this week’s Hop to share what we are most thankful for and what our holiday traditions are!”
Without question….family and friends. I am also thankful, and proud, of my 2 sons. They both are, happy, respectful, hard working and caring adults. Growing up, there were some hair pulling moments, but overall, they were good kids. They were the typical “teenagers” but never got in trouble outside of home. I absolutely love that they are so close, when they lived here, they would go out with their friends but it got to the point that their individual friends became each others’ friends and they all “hung out together”. Now that they live in different states, the call each other often. They are what I am most thankful for.
We usually eat at mil and then go visit my mother and sister. It is hard because of my mother’s lack of mobility, to include her outside of her assisted living facility. Only one son will be coming “home” for Thanksgiving but will be greatly missed.