~ Thank you Joyce ~
1. Can you believe we're rolling in to the Labor Day weekend? What's a project you'll labor over this fall?
No I can't believe it. This year has flown by and all I can think about it that Christmas will be here before we know it.
I will labor over getting our house back in order. Between my knee pain, flying to Florida three times to help out with my dad and of course my knee surgery I think we need some good Spring cleaning right about now!
2. Tell us about the best perks you ever had in a job?
I haven't worked a lot but the best perk for me was working at Hallmark and getting a nice discount on the ornaments.
3. August 31st is National South Carolina Day. Have you ever been to SC? Any desire to go? According to Southern Living, these are the top ten things to do in South Carolina...
Explore Charleston, bike, golf or relax on Hilton Head Island, see the beach and the boardwalk at Myrtle Beach, visit the state museum in the capital city Columbia, observe the wildlife and natural beauty of the Ace Basin, take a walk or hop on a trolley and check out Greenville's charming main street, visit Fort Sumter where the Civil War began, stroll through Pearl Fryar's Topiary Garden in Bishopville leaving time to check out The Button Museum, also in Bishopville, see Morgan Island (also known as Monkey Island)-home to nearly 4000 Rhesus monkeys.
Which is most appealing to you today? If you're a SC native, resident, or frequent visitor what would you add to the list?
I haven't been and yes I would love to visit SC. I'm going to say Hilton Head Island.
4. Beef, pork, country-style, barbecued, baby back, spare or short...your favorite kind of rib? What's a dish you enjoy that really 'sticks to your ribs'?
I will say country-style ribs is my favorite but I am not a fan of barbecue sauce. I'm going with Risotto.
5. What's one important skill you think every person should have? Why?
I'm really not sure but I am going to say that you should know some basic things about cars and how to change a tire. These are not skills that I have. Let's face it, everyone should know how to wash and iron clothes which is a skill Mark actually taught me when we were dating.
6. Insert your own random thought here.
I had my staples out last Thursday. Doctor was very impressed with the motion I had with my knee. I had my first session of physical therapy on Monday. At the consultation I was given an A+ and some high fives!!
He was so impressed with what I could do after 17 days of surgery. He said most people do not reach this point for at least six or more weeks after surgery. Then I did my first session of PT and it went really well. I should have six weeks of therapy twice a week. They expect me to be done with the walker by next week.