05 March 2013

Chats on the Farmhouse Porch 2013: #10

Please be sure click on the button below to visit Patrice on her great front porch! 

Everyday Ruralty
Who has the most outgoing personality in your family?
Of the children, I would have to say Laynie is the most outgoing. She isn't generally shy about anything. Maggie is close behind. Davey is our quiet one, more of a loner like his mama. David, my husband, is pretty outgoing, too. I'd rather be invisible most of the time. :)

How did you name your blog?
I had several other blogs, but things that I wanted to write that didn't quite seem to fit with their themes. So, I had leftovers...like the P.S. at the end of a letter. I have a love of genealogy and had a great-grandmother named Annie that I was named after. It just felt right to call it PS Annie!

What's your favorite topping for ice cream?
More ice cream. :) I love hot fudge, whipped cream and cherries.

Tell me about someone you know who would make a wonderful character for a book. Oops- please.
I can think of quite a few people that would fit for this one, but my late father-in-law comes to mind as does my husband. It would have to be a comic book. They were/are real goof balls.

Please tell me up to three questions that you think I should ask on future farmhouse chats.
These are from the prompt book that I am working on:

What was your favorite story as a child and why?
What is one thing about you that you’d like to change or improve? What are you doing to achieve this change?
Are you part of the back-to-nature/ecological crowd or are you more of the mindset “I’ll do what I want to do and everything will work out in the end”?


  1. I like the name of your blog. You like more ice cream on my ice cream too!Fudge, caramel, and strawberries can be nice too. Thank you for some fresh questions. After 83 weeks I need a boost. Besides, it's fun to include the bloggers who ask the questions. It widens the world for old Wendell and me! I hope you are doing well. I was thinking about you the other day. I'm learning about uploading ebooks, covers, and marketing. Crash course on my own!Once again, you did a good job on your cover. That is the most intimidating thing for me right now. I come from an art background, but the computer throws too many curves for an old fashioned girl like me. I hope you have a great week!

    1. Thanks, Patrice. :)

      I like caramel, too, and love, love strawberries. You're welcome for the questions. How is Wendell doing? I hope that he's feeling much better.

      Thanks for thinking of me. Thank you also for the compliment on my cover. I created the image in CS4 first, then imported it into Acrobat to add to the PDF, if I remember right. It wasn't hard to do, just at the moment I can't remember exactly how I did it. That forgetting thing is happening more and more lately and is very annoying!

      You can do it and you'll do a great job of it. I don't doubt that for a minute. It was much easier in the days of construction paper and glue, wasn't it? The programs like Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop and others sometimes (more often than not!) are just hard for me to grasp. :)

      Thanks for stopping by and commenting. Have a great week!


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