Isaiah 6:8

8 Then I heard the voice of the Lord saying, “Whom shall I send? And who will go for us?”And I said, “Here am I. Send me!”

Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Valentines Wednesday Hodge Podge

Welcome to this week's Wednesday Hodgepodge. Answer on your own blog, then hop back over to Joyce's blog to share answers. Be sure to add a link back to her blog by clicking here so your readers can easily play along too. The badge code is on her sidebar for a simple copy and paste. Here we go-



1. Create an acrostic using the word LOVE. If you're unsure what an acrostic is click here. 
Longing to
Obtain a
Valentine for
Everyone
2. Does love really conquer all? Why or why not?  Christ's love does, but when you believe that human love will you are wrong and will be so disappointed.  No matter how hard we try not too....we still have wars, we still hurt each other without meaning to, we still do mean things....
3. Tell us about a time recently, where you really put your heart into something.  Typically....when I decide to do something I put my whole heart in it.  Last week I did a travel lesson for my class and I went over and above what I needed.  I had all kinds of hands on realia, everything I was expecting the students to do, I did first. This lesson ended up lasting two days and it was one of my best ever!4. What's your favorite fictional love story?  Romeo and Juliet
5. Do you generally wear your heart on your sleeve, or keep your cards close to the vest?  Yes to both.  I generally do wear my heart on my sleeve.....but lately.....after getting that sucker smashed flat I have found myself keeping my cards close to the vest.  "Hurt me once...shame on you, hurt me twice....shame on me"....but hurt me a third time??????  What am I.....and idiot?
6. What food says love to you? Why?  Spaghetti over candlelight...preferably at Pizzavilla in LaGrange, GA.  It reminds me of Lady and the Tramp.
7. When were you last 'tickled pink' over something? Explain.  I was tickled pink over the travel lesson I told you about in #3.  My boss chose that day to pop in.  Oh yes!  I was rocking that lesson!8.  Insert your own random thought here. If you are a praying person will you lift up my children this week.  Their dad died last Thursday and I know this week is tough for them.  Frank and I picked Kat up at the airport on Thursday morning....around 12:30 and drove her straight to the hospital in Alex City.  She was able to spend some time with him before he passed away. 

7 comments:

April said...

So very sorry to hear that your children's dad passed away...rest assured I will be praying. Romeo and Juliet...great choice!

incognitusscriptor.com said...

That travel lesson you did sounds really cool!

Joyce said...

I wish we heard more about teachers who pour themselves, heart and soul, into preparing interesting lessons, to really thinking about what will engage kids. There are so many wonderful teachers out there, and your students are lucky to have one so caring. I will add your kids to my prayers today. I'm sorry for their loss.

Julie N. said...

Nice to meet you. I can certainly relate to your number 5.

Cheryl said...

I'm so sorry for the loss of your children's father. I'll be praying as I know that's a tough thing to get through.

Denise said...

praying for your dear children.

Melissa Hatcher said...

Will hold your children in prayer. So very sorry. Forgot about Romeo and Juliet. Great poem and I love "Lady and the Tramp"- another love story! Have a toad-ally awesome week!