Why is it I had the overwhelming urge to add (uh-huh, uh-huh) to that title? Probably my 70s childhood. And my daughter's strange love for disco. And my hubby's favorite prank, stealth disco (though usually without the videotaping component). And I'm rambling in a manner very atypical for my blog. So sue me.
Amber at Musings of Amber Murphy tagged me for the like/love/hate meme. And hey, it's only taken me a week to get around to it. Seriously, though, I'm trying to be better about scheduling my posts. You might notice I've begun to post a meaty how-to piece every Thursday. The other days will be what strikes my fancy when it strikes me. I like a little routine and a little flex.
And here are some other things I like (and love and hate) per the meme.
I like discovering a kindred spirit.
I like sweater weather.
I like making up stories about my fellow train commuters.
I like crazy gatherings with my extended family (I'm one of the quiet ones!).
I like making a little mischief.
I like being understood.
I like making a difference.
I like stargazing.
I like rivers and trees.
I like themes, motifs and surprising connections.
I like knowing my kooky life experiences are entertaining.
I like where my life is going.
I love that God is faithful when I am faithless.
Today was my first spring peek at the mysteries poking up through the soil in my garden: tiny tips of tulips, new leaves on mums, rose foliage red on the stem. I remember again that God grows things secretly in the dark places.
I hate injustice and oppression.
I hate gory violence in film or books.
I hate litter.
I hate plumbing disasters.
I hate public speaking and having to be clever on command.
I hate being late.
I hate driving behind a brake tapper.
I hate sweating.
I (secretly) like liverwurst.
I love making music with words that transport and transform.
I pass this bit of fun along to the following bloggers:
Jen at unedited
JEM at Can I Get a Side of Reality with That?
Karen at Write Now
Sarahjayne at Writing in the Wilderness
Tell me about your today. Was it productive? Fun? Frustrating? Did it involve any stealth disco?