Tuesday 4: An Evening Out

🌹 Welcome! 🌹 Let’s continue with Toni’s Tuesday 4 with questions about going out for an evening. Linking back to Ann. She’s such a dear to keep this active every week. Thanks Ms. Annie! ❀

1. Do you enjoy an evening out? It depends on whom I’m with, where I’m going, what the food is and if my health cooperates. When we do go out now, it’s almost always in a way that we can be home by dark for personal reasons. It’s been a while for most people. Not for us. Went back to normal after about a month or so. Everyone is fine. Even though our Governor is no angel, at least he pretends to be a Republican and pro-American most of the time, but that’s another subject. 😜 Do you have any plans made? No. I much prefer eating at home. It’s cheaper and the food is superior to anything a restaurant can make. I’m especially blessed to be married to a man that could be a gourmet cook. No lie. However, since we’ve been eating keto, and fasting through the day, we do go out for specialty coffee’s from time to time. There’s a shop in neighboring Wayne County called Cafe Euro in Jesup that has sugar-free Frappe’s to die for. The two new coffee shops in our county are not as good.

Cafe Euro

2. What kind of activities do you enjoy? A movie, a concert, dinner, plays, walks? I’m so boring now but it’s by choice, not necessity. We like to stay home watching our DVD’s of old TV shows or streaming films and events on YouTube. And there’s always work or projects to be done around the our 6 1/2 acres of property. Are you in the habit of going out regularly? Not in the “fun” sense any more, we do make Day Trips occasionally to the Big City or nature observations. We both enjoy digital photography. It’s getting too hot and humid right now for the later though. Our excursions of late are mostly grocery shopping, items we need for projects and errands to the Nursing Home to take my Mother-In-Law her much needed supplies. As long as I’m in the air conditioning I’m golden.

3. Ever had an unusualΒ or very interesting evening you would like to tell us about or plans that went off the rails? Can’t think of any right off hand. Brain fart. ✍(β—”β—‘β—”)

4. When you were dating what kinds of activities did you enjoy? Got time for my list? 😁 When I was young 100 years ago, I was a blaze of activity. Time and circumstances have changed that, but I’m not complaining. I’m very content in my circumstances. Steve and I first met in April 1978. We were both SCUBA divers and were especially interested in underwater photography. Back then I also danced, sang, did crafting of all types, rode my 1979 Kawasaki KZ650, went bass fishing, traveled all over America, ate out often and worked. A lot. I hardly ever slowed down. Gosh, no wonder we never had any money! (βœΏβ— β€Ώβ— )

Thanks for joining in this week. Leave a “like” or comment and I’ll make an effort to visit y’all’s blogs! 😍

14 thoughts on “Tuesday 4: An Evening Out

  1. Well, you make staying home and living a normal life sound like fun…and you certainly were very active back in the day…fun activities. I’m not participating in this one because we do not have any kind of night life, and really never have. If we do anything at night, it’s probably church meetings. I enjoyed your answers. Yes, when you have home and property to care for, that’s enough excitement. TV is good inside our cozy homes!

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    1. I am content but it’s because Jesus changed my heart about a lot of things and ideas. There’s always joy to be found when we believe in Him. Amen?! πŸ˜‰
      I hope your day is blessed Pamela. Thanks for stopping by. ❀

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    1. Might wanna take a diver certification course sometime! (Please don’t attempt it without training. It’s too easy to get into serious trouble without understanding water-pressure, breathing techniques, etc.) Anyway, thankfully, being a strong swimmer is not much of an issue with SCUBA diving. One must only be able to float and kick. πŸ™‚
      Thanks for stopping by! I hope your day is great.

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  2. We were only on lockdown for about 6 weeks here in Missouri. So, we have been back to normal too. I am always so surprised when I read schools are still shut down and things closed. We were in school all year (in person). We offered virtual, but the kids were getting so far behind, most of them came back after the new year.
    We stay home most of the time too, but every so often we like to get out and enjoy ourselves. I am happy s[to stay home too. Loved your answers! Have a nice week.

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    1. These poor kids are really suffering. It’s wicked what’s happening. Suicide is at an all time high, especially among the young. I’m concerned for them. They are precious in His sight. They shouldn’t be made to worry about things. Right now is when they should be learning and enjoying life and planning for a bright future. What the government is doing to the young is criminal and demonic. Time for parents and adults to say NO to any more of this plandemic nonsense. Just my two cents.
      Thanks for stopping by. I hope your day is blessed. xx

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    1. I know, right?! It seems like only yesterday we were young and full of pep. My get-up-and-go seems to have got-up-and-went.
      Blessings. (>β€Ώβ— )✌

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  3. Wow – you were a blaze of activity! Our dating life was pretty boring comparatively! We tend to be stay at home people. We do go out for supper every Friday night, and otherwise, our outings are church events and work, and maybe out with friends. Nothing wild! πŸ™‚

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  4. Wow, you really were quite the dynamo back in the day! I still think you qualify. πŸ™‚ I have to admit not much changed for us, either, after the first couple of months. We could still get take out and we did go to some restaurants. The masks were really the big difference in our lives. Other things were just minor annoyances, like the library being closed or no movie theaters (we only go at Christmas time anyway). Now that the shots are out, even the masks are going away. We didn’t wear them all the time, but I never argued with a local business or restaurant who wanted you to wear them for fear of being turned in and shut down. It happened a few times around here. I never wanted to be the one to cost someone their business.

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    1. Oh I never argued either. I let my feet do the talking and walk out if someone goes all fascist on me. “Buh bye”, sez I, “I’ll just take my money elsewhere.” πŸ™‚ Works like a charm. πŸ˜‰
      Blessings. ❀

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