Thursday, January 10, 2019

Friendly Fill-Ins - January 11th

This meme is hosted by Four-Legged Furballs and  15andmeowing. Each week they will post four fill-in statements.

Another fun week of fill-ins. Here are my answers to this weeks statements...

1. Better to be a crazy cat lady than not to have cats.

2. Don’t say nasty things online just because you aren't face to face with someone. Everyone should be respectful of other people's feelings.

3. You couldn’t pay me to go camping. I'd much rather be at a beach resort, lying by a pool holding a drink with a little umbrella in it.

4. Pizza is my comfort food.


  1. Yes to all except I've been wanting to camping again.

  2. Thank you for participating in the fill-ins, great answers. I wish I had thought of that for #1. I am not a camper either- I need a bathroom :) Have a nice weekend! XO

  3. Pizza is a great comfort food.

    I can't imagine a life without cats. I think that would make me a crazy no cat lady. :)

    People say and do things online that they'd never do in the "real" world. It is pretty jaw-dropping sometimes.

    Have a blessed weekend!

  4. Most people would be too scared to say to someone's face what they say about them online. I call this cowardice. I would not say something online that I would not back up face-to-face.

    I used to camp a lot with friends and the scouts. I don't think I could now. I was a boy scout and a girl scout. The girl scouts did a better job of teaching camping skills than the boys did. Have a blessed week.

  5. Thank you for joining in on the Friendly Fill-Ins! Your answer to #1 is absolute purrfection!


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