Fibbing Friday ~ Jan. 27th

This week:  ‘Music Maestro’
Alternatives for ’10’ musical terms

Allegro – metronome mark
Pianissimo – mezzo forte (louder but softer)
Lento – prestissimo (extremely fast)
Coda – classical Sonata
Forte – play Largo (slow)
Pizzicato – violinist’s double stop
Contralto – male’s musical pitch
Dolce – fast tempo
Intermezzo – musical intermission
Largo – tranquil BPM direction

Fibbing Friday ~ 20th January

Questions and Answers (Fibs)

Q. What is boisterous?
A. Tranquil sloth

Q. What is a womaniser?
A. Femme fatale

Q. What is a faux paux?
A. No-fault divorce

Q. Define plumber.
A. Licensed renegade

Q. What is a sous chef?
A. Slow cooker

Q. What is antisocial?
A. Neighborhood troublemaker

Q. Why did they call the wind Maria?
A. Pronoun choice

Q. Where would you find a kettle drum?
A. Kitchen stovetop

Q. What is a kango drill?
A. Military exercise

Q. What makes bread rise?
A. Baker’s magic

Fibbing Friday ~ 13th January

Q. Why were people given middle names?
A. In case they can’t remember their given name

Q. Why do we cover our mouths when we yawn?
A. To hold back emission of stinky breath

Q. Why do you say ‘Bless You’ when somebody sneezes?
A. Prevent reception of sucker punch due to inappropriate words

Q. Why do we wear a wedding ring on the third finger of the left hand?
A.  Inaccurate placement count left to right then right to left 😂

Q. What was the original use of wind chimes?
A. Another country’s fodder for financial wealth

Q. What were the original purpose of bridesmaids?
A. To be available as substitution for the runaway bride

Q. What is the significance of the first butterfly of the year you see being white?
A. Reason to grab a fly swatter before it eats holes in unstored winter clothes

Q. What does it mean if your right ear itches?
A. Time to fasten those long locks in place

Q. Why is Good Friday a good day to cut your hair?
A. Reduction price offers at local salons

Q. What should you give a friend who gives you a knife as a gift?
A. Special facial treat ~ creme pie topped with Tabasco sauce

SoCS ~ November 26th

Today’s prompt:  “on your/my plate”
Although not a believer in wasting food, I disagreed
with a back-in-the-day mealtime rule often followed in
many households.
‘Finish everything on your plate‘.
Similar to adults, children’s appetites differ on a daily basis.
Common sense . . .
Place a small portion of each food item on the child’s
plate. Allow them to ask for seconds.
If the child doesn’t finish their meal, then no dessert after
World hunger was often an excuse used to make a child feel
In later years a visit to a one-price dine-in restaurant left me
near state of shock.
I watched as young children accessed the buffet table and filled their
plates sky high with food.
Sadly, unable to eat this amount of food or a dislike of their selections
the plate soon met with the trash.
Perhaps the parents of these children should have enforced that rule
of ‘finish everything on your plate‘.

SoCS ~ November 12th

Today’s prompt: starts with or contains ‘cel’ . . .

When someone asks you about your hobbies, what’s the correct response?
Does one list them in alphabetical order or rather preference of enjoyment?
Should a person include a list of all the hobbies participated throughout their lifetime?
Would it be better to choose three crafts from the present time you have WIPs?
It can be a quandary if the person is fairly private in life with no desire to brag about
all their accomplishments.
I find myself amid others in the above category of been there done that with no future
intentions to every attempt certain crafts again.
For me tis easier to devise a short list of basics with subcategories.
1. Blogging and creating poems (syllabic and rhyme)
2. Crocheting (trying out new stitches on YouTube channels) yet to find the correct one.
3. Reading books on topics geared to my miscellaneous interests >> often one choice
has little in common with another.

One woman in a group I joined contributes excellent articles from which I’m gaining
Earlier this week I wrote a post about the benefits of doing a crossword puzzle each
day and how the subconscious mind works to solve clues when one is busy during the
day completing other tasks.
This morn was day #4 and after finishing the majority of the puzzle I reverted back
to the previous ones and quite surprised what I’d read in the article actually had
merit of truth.

Another submission by the same group member contained a list of 50 tips on
how to improve one’s life and ward off negativity.

Unable to print it out I took notes miscellaneous topics >> some relate to another
while some are totally different in nature. 

I think I have my work cut out for me as I proceed to move forward to lead
happier days during the last chapter of life.

Truthful Tuesday Nov. 8th

Questions and Answers

1. Do you prefer coffee or tea?
My preference is tea.

2. Considering your choice, do you prefer it hot or cold?
I like my tea hot in the morning with breakfast.
Iced tea is my choice for lunch or any time thereafter.

3. How do you take it (cream, sugar, honey, black, etc)?
I place two tea bags in an oversized mug then add enough milk to make it
on the light side.
No sugar
With a tall glass of iced tea, I like some raspberry flavoring or sliced lemon.
No sugar

4. What is your earliest memory of drinking coffee?
I started drinking coffee at age eighteen when waiting at the downtown
bus terminal for the arrival of my second bus to my first full-time job.
Morning commute was comprised of two buses with a stopover.

5. What is your earliest memory of drinking tea?
I’m not exactly certain; however, I think it may have been during the period I
was diagnosed with a duodenal ulcer.

Bonus question:
Do you prefer a single question or a variety on a theme or a mixture of both for the
‘Truthful Tuesday Prompt’?
Me, I like a variety and a mixture is fine since the bonus question a participant always
had the option to answer or disregard altogether.