Without any other fluff, here’s this week’s hodgepodge!
1. February 17th is National Random Acts of Kindness Day. It lands on the calendar one day after National Do Something for a Grouch Day (February 16) which somehow feels related. Perhaps the 16th inspired the 17th?
Tell about a time you performed a random act of kindness or were the recipient of one. Will you make an effort to perform a random act of kindness on the 17th? Share details if you’re so inclined, and if you have something specific in mind.
I don’t know that I’ll make an effort tomorrow, but it’s a good idea. The first I thought of was when my car broke down on the side of the road, and a girl stopped and drove me home. I’ll never forget when she turned to me and said, “Always happy to help a chick in need” and her stopping made the difference between me completely losing it or holding it together that day. So I’ve tried to do the same when seeing people stranded on the side of the road.
I’m writing two posts in one night, how’s that for being impressive? To be honest I’m actually writing about six in draft form, but I hope to post one tonight and then the hodgepodge tomorrow, so I count that!
Without further ado, here is this week’s Hodgepodge. Play along!
1. Create an acrostic using the word LOVE. If you’re unsure what an acrostic is click here.
Long ago I had the experience
Of falling head of heels for someone
Valuable lessons learned and treasured
Even if the ending wasn’t so happy
2. Does love really conquer all? Why or why not? Continue reading
The time for Hodgepodge has come around again, and this time I’m ahead of the game! I haven’t posted anything else on the blog in the last week, but I haven’t had much to say either. So that being said, let’s go with the randomness!
1. Describe love using all five senses.
Oooh, this could be interesting. Hmmmmm.
See: When your soul lightens upon seeing the one you love
Smell: That unique scent that no one else has
Taste: Just tastes better when shared with a love one
Hear: The one voice that after all this time can still make you melt
Touch: That ability to tell without even looking that the one you love has brushed up against you, but you still know who it is