A brand-new challenge (Love-Hate Challenge) is coming around the blogging circle and my name has been tossed into the ring by Yinglan.
Here are the rules:
- 10 things I love
- 10 things I hate
- Nominate 5 – 10 other bloggers
Things I love:
- The countless ways that God shows me that he loves me each and every day.
- Being outdoors and exploring places that I have never been before.
- My family, because their love keeps me going.
- Writing, because it allows me to escape into another world.
- WordPress, because how else could I be friends with so many different people from around the world.
- My two English Mastiffs. Between the two of them, they are 324lbs of love!
- Spending time at the beach, because it is the only place on earth that I truly feel at home.
- Fishing off a pier, I always seem to catch something different, and one time I even caught a baby shark!
- Quiet moments alone, these are few and far between, but I enjoy them when I get them!
- Coffee, because who doesn’t!
Things I hate:
- Mean, insensitive, hurtful people.
- Public bathrooms.
- Anything that is unorganized.
- Body Odor.
- Tight fitting clothing.
- Cold weather.
- Mental & physical illnesses.
I’d like to nominate the following bloggers for this challenge:
This is just for fun, so don’t feel obligated to participate. Have a great day! 🙂
This song has been running through my mind continuously over this past week. I hope this touches your heart like it has mine. The words are so very true…
When we first arrived, we were ushered to the gift shop to pay the entrance fee and receive our map. Then we proceeded to the tram which took us to our desired location. Old World Wisconsin consists of many historical buildings that are situated on 600 acres. The historical site is broken down into different ethnic farms and villages.
The first stop we made was to the German and Polish farms. We had fun spinning flax into thread. We also took a tour of the woodworking shop, where we got to use some woodworking tools which were originally used in the 1800’s.
Finally, we decided that it was getting late and we knew that the site closed at 5 p.m.; so we walked over to the Caldwell Farmers Club Hall to play some last-minute games; and peddle a reproduction tricycle around a small track. On our way out, we headed back to the gift shop and bought some beverages for the road. We had such a fun day, and we look forward to going back again soon. We only visited about half of the villages before we had to go, so we are looking forward to another trip back soon to see the remainder of what we missed.
To get more information about Old World Wisconsin, go here.
My stats were increased today by about a million percent. Looks as if StumbleUpon picked up on my most recent quote. Makes my other days look pathetic, doesn’t it? Oh, well… at least I have one day in the spotlight. 😉
So here’s my new quote for today;