I think it depends on the day of the week and what needs to be done. Monday was 100% capacity and great accomplishments. Tuesday, we will see.
If not, what % are you? All in all, I think I may be on average operating at 90%. What's keeping you there? Ouch. Fear? Laziness?
2. Have you done your taxes? Taxes are ready for the tax man next week.
Planned/booked a summer holiday? No.
Thought about or started your 'spring cleaning'? I continue to think on it.
Besides what's listed here, tell us one task that needs doing before spring rolls around. Getting the carpets cleaned. One of my goals this year was to have new carpet installed upstairs. Thinking of all the work involved with that causes me to continue my procrastination.
3. What's a favorite food from your part of the country?
Although Tex-Mex, barbecue and chicken fried steak are probably at the top of the list of favorites, for me, it would be chicken fried chicken, mashed potatoes and gravy with green beans on the side and some fluffy biscuits. Although I must say, my other favorite food would be pinto beans with cornbread, fried potatoes and fresh tomatoes! Yummy! I really enjoy food!
4. This isn't a leap year, but let's run with it anyway...look before you leap, a leap of faith, grow by leaps and bounds, leap to conclusions, leap at the opportunity...which phrase might best be applied to your life currently (or recently)? Explain.
Oh dear, I have to say look before you leap, a leap of faith, and leap at the opportunity have fit me recently. For months I have been pondering and praying about making decisions to replace one or both cars. As it came about, when we took our car in for service, I asked to look at new cars and, before you know it, we bought one!
Now for me that was a leap of faith because the decision had been left to me. In the past, DH always made those decisions (with a little of my input). And finally, because of the way the deal was presented to me, it was seen as an opportunity I probably shouldn't pass up. I did consult with a couple of other people, however, now ... I find myself hoping I did the right thing.
5. As the month draws to a close list five fun and/or fabulous things (large or small) you noticed or experienced in February.
That fabulous moon at the beginning of February
An Eastern Bluebird on our back patio
Seeing the movie Wonder
And also The Greatest Showman
Receiving my blog books for last year and looking through them
6. Insert your own random thought here.
Hearing the good report on DH's CT scan was probably the most fabulous thing that I experienced in February.
It was wonderful seeing all the tributes in the news regarding Billy Graham and seeing him honored by so many different people and their special memories of him and his legacy. I loved Billy Graham because he kept the main thing the main thing. In 2002, I was so excited that he would be coming to Dallas and I entered into the training to be a counselor at the crusade. However, it turned out that our daughter and her fiancé set that weekend for their wedding so I didn't get to be a part of the crusade.