We are happy you are here for another week of friendly sharing! As always, you can find the fill-ins here and at 15andmeowing.com each Thursday. On Fridays, we post the linky for sharing. The first two fill-ins are always provided by Ellen. The final two statements are offered by myself. You are welcome to answer in the comments, but if you link up, even more people can share!
I want to thank everyone for their continued support and prayers for Chloe Jo. She has spent most of this last week at the vet clinic. We hope to have her completed test results by this weekend. She has had a very rough time. It is heartbreaking when you cannot make them better, no matter how hard they believe you can…or how much you want to.
I hope that everyone survived the fireworks. Kenzie got through it with the help of all of us, especially Stella. Now, we just have the long, hot, lazy days of Summer. There are a lot of flowers to enjoy, bugs to watch, and things to explore. This weekend, the plan is to eradicate the north yard of the new-to-us invasive wild parsnip. It is poisonous, nasty, and quite big. Wish me luck!
I hope you enjoy your weekend doing something that makes you feel accomplished…even if it is just weeding your garden. Hugs!
Here are my completed fill-ins:
1. My favorite line from a film is very difficult to narrow down to only one quote. There are a few that I actually use. I love Bette Davis, as Margo Channing in All About Eve. The best quote: “Fasten your seatbelts; it’s going to be a bumpy night.” This certainly fits many situations. However, Bill and I both quote Monty Python a lot. One favourite Holy Grail line is, “It’s just a flesh wound!”, said the Black Knight after losing an arm. Or, there is the famous, “Runaway! Runaway!”, from the killer rabbit. Or, the plea of “I’m not dead (yet)!”, as they try to carry away a man thought to be dead. Let's not forget, "Bring me a shrubbery!", as a form of payment. There are so many great lines in this movie. Our first unofficial date was watching this movie together. We connected over their unique humour. Humour always helps!
3. When I feel down, I find that writing it out is refuge and release. I often listen to music when I write, too. It helps channel my thoughts and feelings, while still allowing my moods to change. Of course, I always have one or more cats and dogs to help me, too!
4. If I could visit another country, I would visit Canada. It has all of the natural elements of terrain that I love. It also has my kind of weather, including the familiar four seasons. Canada also has some people of which I have grown fond. I am not referring to the usual celebrities (though there are some I like). I mean the Canadians who I have gotten to know through blogging. I like the way you think; I like your style! You know who you are. Hugs!
~May you stay busy with loved ones & fun!~
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