Seven Guilty Pleasures #MFRWauthor

This week our challenge is seven guilty pleasures. This was tougher than I thought it would be.

 

#1 is easy. Fried chicken.

#2. Who doesn’t like a good juicy, burger and fries once in a while. Sometimes it’s hard to decide between regular fries or sweet potato fries.

#3. Pie. I’m a southern girl and I love anything peach, strawberry or pecan, but pecan pie is to die for and a splurge.

#4. This one probably should’ve been number 1. I have to have my chocolate.  I keep a jar of kisses or dove by the bed and allow myself one to two pieces a night. Yes, I can eat just one.

#5. Still on the food theme, I love to veg out and watch the cooking channel. My problem is I turn it on and I am stuck all day long. I have to make sure I don’t have something I have to do before  turn it on.

#6. another guilty pleasure is reading. I admit it. I love to read. I am addicted to books. I take so many free books a day, I buy so many bargain books a month and of course, I have my favorite authors on alert at Amazon and Bam! It’s one click on new releases. I bet I have over 300 on my kindle. I will never get them all read. I get arcs from lots of authors and a M/M publisher so it makes it hard to get to any I buy or download myself. Now I have another way to feed this addiction monster. Audio books. This makes doing dull chores much more enjoyable.

#7. What kind of Mother would I be not to say my family? I love spending time with my kids and grandkids. I love playing with my furbabies. After a morning on the computer, an afternoon of cleaning and or crafting, cooking dinner it is always nice to sit with the hubby and watch a tv program or movie together before I delve into my book stash.

Let’s go see what the other author’s guilty pleasures are.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Fun at the Park

Hello everyone!  I still don’t have any crafts this week since I am still at dads. Yesterday my brother called and invited me on a picnic. He rounded up the kids, picked me up, then we stopped at the store for fried chicken and sodas. I added potato salad chips and a fruit tray and we were set.

The park they chose had a nice Pavillion near playground equipment  for the little guys, near the sand volleyball  court and lots of room to play ball or frisbee.

After dinner we played sand volleyball  which  I haven’t played Volleyball in over 15 years. With my disabilities,  it wasn’t easy but we e didn’t really keep score…especially  after the opposite  team had us like 30 to 4 lol. The little guys liked digging in the sand.

After a break, we gathered for baseball. I actually hit the ball a couple times, got tagged out on first the first time then I made two bases the next time. Later actally made one run in.

There is a cute cabin for t h e little fellows to climb in. They got to stealing and we found  the culprit was wasps. My brother went to chase them out but I think they chased him out. One got him on the shoulder.

There I s a hiking trail t h ere as well but we were all tired as nd it was time to head back since the oldest (my niece) had to go to work.

It was a very fun day and I am surprised I didn’t wake up so she I couldn’t move.

Do you like picnics? What is your favorite  picnic food and activity?

 

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