Friendly Fill-Ins Week 107



Each Thursday Ellen of 15andmeowing and Lorianne of Four-Legged Furballs, provide Friendly Fill-Ins questions. Annie of McGuffy’s Reader is taking a blogging break, please keep her in your prayers.


Hi everyone! Time for The Friendly Fill-Ins.  Here are the questions for this week and my answers.

1. My neighbors are wonderful.  I am fortunate to have them and they have helped me so much this past couple of years since Gary passed away.  

2. The last thing I purchased online was my prescription medications.  Not glamorous I know, but necessary.  Before that, it was a book for my Kindle.  

3. I have never this one is tough.  There are many things I have never done.  Traveled to Alaska, won a million dollars, learned to play an instrument.  What I have never done is wide open.  But of the ones I mentioned, I regret going to Alaska when I had the opportunity.  As much as my mom tried to teach me piano, I was only mediocre at best and gave it up.  

4. Anything is possible if you work hard and have faith.  I believe that without the Lord, I can do nothing, but with Him, I can accomplish anything.


FOWC With Fandango — Inertia

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Phones without wires
Mail without stamps
Computers with webs
Books without paper
What nonsense is this?

Just progress,
Intervention, and very cool.
Tweeting, texting, snapping
Has become the rule.

Facebook and My Page
Is where friends now gather.
Graphics and emojis
A language like no other.

Can this be right?
Have we gone too far?
Will I ever get all this straight?
Do I care?

I’ll keep my telephone
Hooked to the wall.
Books with Dogeared pages,
I’ve loved for so long.

I’ll send letters
With stamps through the post.
Webs! No thank you
I hate them the most.

I’ll visit my friends
In person you see
Those hugs on Facebook
Don’t give the same squeeze.

Call me
Old Fashioned
But see, I like the way
Things were in my teens!

Thanks to Fandango of This, That, And The Other for starting this one-word challenge. He has stepped up to fill the vacancy left by the Daily Post closing its doors.