There's something I love about Summer evenings... I'm not sure what it is, but they are just peaceful and lovely and pleasant.
Since it's Tuesday, I am joining in on the lovely chat going on over at Patrice's porch, from Everyday Ruralty! You can click the link to read her chat and even write your own and pull up a chair on the porch. Or the porch swing is open, so maybe you could take that ;)
1. Do you have any type of air cleaner in your home?
No, we don't. But I think it would be great to have one.
2. What do you do with the spare change you accumulate in your car, purse, pockets, etc.?
Lately, I think the place I'm finding the most spare change is at the bottom of my purse. It's a big, slouchy sort of bag so it seems bottomless, haha. Usually what I like to do with spare change is save it in a jar or my piggy bank, then take it to the bank and put it in the machine that cashes it in. Or sometimes I keep it in my purse to give to causes, like the firefighters who walk by with the boots for the Muscular Dystrophy Assocation.
3. What's one chore you wish you never had to do again?
I've grown to like chores for the most part. I think dishes can start to get old though because you start to feel like you've washed them five times in one day. Probably because you have, haha.
4. Are you outgoing, quiet, shy, reserved, or life of the party?
I think with many people it depends on who you are around... I'm that way. Most of the time, I think I am reserved and quiet. And I've always been pretty shy. But ask my family, and they'll tell you how talkative I am when I get excited.
5. Have you understood your parents more as you've gotten older?
This is a really good question. I definitely think I understand my parents more. I feel like I started to only a few years ago though. Being a teenager, you go through a lot of things that make you think a lot more about why your parents act toward you the way they do or why they do certain things. I do think I understand them a lot more as individuals too, as far as likes and dislikes and passions. And although we've always been close, growing up has brought things my way that has given me a better idea of who my parents are... I feel like as you get older too, you reach a point where you learn about them from a view other than them just being your Mama and Daddy.
Those are my answers to the chat today. I have loved every week that I have participated and taken a seat on the farmhouse porch!!
Thankyou for reading.