Well this is not MY 100th time doing Hodgepodge Wednesday, but it is the 100th time that Joyce has hosted it!
Noises that I don't know what caused them - my imagination often gets the best of me on that one!
2. What's your least favorite candy?
Mounds and Almond Joys - coconut = yucky!
3. Are you a fan of scary movies? What's the scariest movie you've ever seen?
NOT A FAN! I saw Final Destination years and am still scarred from it...
4. What part of life confuses you the most?
I can't really think of anything. Hind site is 20/20, right. So there were points in my life where I was confused but not I can see God working out His perfect plan.
5. Pumpkin, sunflower, sesame, poppy...what's your favorite seed?
Sesame seed! Oh, I do like sunflower seeds too...
6. Imagine your life ten years from today...what's changed?
I was just thinking about that the other day. In 10 years I will be 38 and hopefully will have added being a mom to the list of things that I am doing.
7. What do you a) love the most and b) like the least about the Hodgepodge?
a) Getting to ponder questions and read other people's answer - getting to know myself and others better!
b) When I can't get my thoughts on a question into the right words on the screen.
8. Insert your own random thought here.
Today is Halloween. Growing up I did the whole dress up ( but not in a scary/evil costume) and go trick-or-treating. My hubby did not. I understand the historical connections between Halloween and Satan / devil worship / witchcraft / demonic forces, but I also remember all the fun times I had with my family, going around our neighborhood trick-or-treating. I loved getting a fun and special costume every year too! In high school we even organized trick -or-treating for canned goods for the food shelf. I know everyone has a different opinion about all of this: A group from our church goes bowling every year on Halloween in stead of dressing up and trick-or-treating. I know some families who just totally ignore the day which is what we tried to do at the Christian school I taught at. And I know some churches who do youth group costume contest parties...Anyway, this is a true RANDOM thought - but I'm wondering what your thoughts are on Halloween?