Friday, June 20, 2008

Friday Fill-Ins

1. A smile is universal.
2. Scrabble is my favorite board or card game.
3. I would love to have more relaxation in my life and less stress.
4. When I think of the Summer Solstice, I think of playing red light, green light as a kid in the yard until 10 pm and listening to the frogs in the creek and seeing the fireflies come out when the sun finally went down.
5. I just remembered I need to make a salad for tomorrow (see #7).
6. One of my favorite song lyrics goes like this:
The sun'll come out
Bet your bottom dollar
That tomorrow
There'll be sun!
Just thinkin' about
Clears away the cobwebs,
And the sorrow
'Til there's none!
When I'm stuck with a day
That's gray,
And lonely,
I just stick out my chin
And grin,
And say,
The sun'll come out
So ya gotta hang on
Tïll tomorrow
Come what may
I love ya
You're always
A day
A way!

7. And as for the weekend, tonight I’m looking forward to going to the Chanhassen Dinner Theater and seeing Married Alive, tomorrow my plans include going to a graduation party and then going to a birthday party for my brother, sister, and brother-in-law (yes we have three birthdays right in a row) and Sunday, I want to visit with my mom and dad before they go back home!


Billy Rhythm said...

Thanks for your comment! I too used to play red light/green light as a child. Alas, my home now doesn't have a big enough yard.

Jean at Penny Lane said...

I forgot about Red Light Green Light and the other one like it, Take a Giant Step. My children don't play games like that!

Have a great weekend!

Sandy M said...

I never ever played red light, green light and don't know how. Isn't that just sad. lol? Have an awesome weekend.

jlshall said...

Don't remember playing red light, green light. But your #4 really brought back childhood memories - we usually played hide and seek till the fireflies and the stars came out. Great fill-ins!

Janet said...

I LOVE your answer to #4!!!

Thanks for playing, have fun this weekend :-)

Janet said...

Thanks for the happy birthday wish, too :-)