9 May 2018


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1. What are your ingredients for a perfect Saturday?

I like to go out. Theatre, cinema, exhibitions, excursions, or meeting with friends

2. What skill do you wish more people took the time to learn?

using a Smartphone, a tablet or a computer for the vintage people. Life would be more easy for them.

3. What's something you ate as a child you can't stand now as an adult?

Salad with sweet dressing ! My grandma always put sugar in the salad and milk plus the vinegar of course, that was a German recipe !

4. Something parenting has taught you? If you're not a parent tell us one important lesson you learned from your own parents.

To get rid of useless principles my parents had taught me

5. Share a favorite quote or saying about mothers or motherhood.

“There’s no way to be a perfect mother and a million ways to be a good one.” – Jill Churchill

6. Insert your own random thought here.

 When do I pull out weeds in our garden (yard) ? Each day I find another excuse !


Jo said...

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Mara said...

I think the one lesson I learned from my parents (well, one of many anyway) is to be polite! Yes please, no thank you and the use of Monsieur/Madame. No tu, always vous, especially with older people. I still think it very important and often wish young people would still do it.

William Kendall said...

Good answers! I seemed to eat a fair amount of bologna and mustard sandwiches as a kid. Can't stand the taste of bologna anymore.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

The food question is the most interesting -- definitely made me think!

Tamago said...

I've never tried salad with sugar, but did eat tomatoes with sugar as a child :-)

Rajlakshmi said...

The German recipe sounds very different. I have never tried that before. Nice to know about it though.

mamasmercantile said...

The sunflowers made me smile, a wonderful addition to the garden.

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Loree said...

Maybe you can get a rabbit to eat the weeds. I am not sure your cats would approve though.

Wendy said...

Love the pictures lol

Handmade Jewelry Haven said...

I am more of a 'salty' eater myself as well...however, if it was a German recipe, I would love it...as that is my heritage.
Do you have the recipe for the salad dressing? I would love to try it!

Thank you for sharing!

- Lisa

Wandering Wren said...

Sugar with everything was such a Grandma thing wasn't it - my Grandma gave me brown sugar sandwiches!
Happy days!
Wren x