I'm learning more about you all, but always get surprised to learn what others have for hobbies. What do you spend the majority of your non-biblical time on (That you enjoy)?
Knitting, shopping, a good float in my kayak, photography. If only I could afford horses....I'm learning more about you all, but always get surprised to learn what others have for hobbies. What do you spend the majority of your non-biblical time on (That you enjoy)?
hahahahahaWell I already mentioned long ago with great ridicule and disgust from many but IT IS WHAT IT IS...I watch black heads and zits getting popped on Youtube!! Yes, I quite enjoy that...very relaxing! Not the nasty cysty kind nor the big tumors and such...just nice little pimple/black-white head "pops". I need one of those figit bubble wrap cell phone covers...pop!
I also love going through my family photo collection and digitalizing them.
I do counted cross stitch, I love to do my yard mowing into golf course patterns. I love to make food art for/with my grandkids. I love to watch movies...yes, chic flicks. I love to send and share funny memes & gifs with my son. I love to make iron on bling tshirts in all the brightest colors!! ...ok, I'll stop.
Oh wait...I also LOVE to watch and never miss an episode of any and all of the LivePD shows on A&E!! Steve and I both LOVE to watch them...they are like COPS but are LIVE!
I know...I'm boring,
But not bored!
I've been enjoying the "Learn and Master" series for learning guitar. It's a little pricey, but cheaper than a live weekly lesson. It might help you get over that hump.I have a lot of things I want to do but I'm not good at. There's a keyboard and a guitar sitting in my room at home that I could never teach myself to play. I've wanted to get into things like drawing or woodworking or blacksmithing but the initial skill jump to the point where I can go from not knowing anything to vaguely knowing how to do somethings has been too high historically. Same with working out. I still hope that one of these days I'll have a breakthrough and actually get past the point where I can keep going. I'm thinking maybe lessons would be helpful, but they're so expensive
The only thing that kindle can't recreate is the smell of an old book and the feeling of turning paper over. Am I weird for liking the smell of really old books?I started piano lessons as an adult. Took a few years then had to stop due to arthritis. Now, a few years later, I am starting to play again. I really love it. If I can tolerate it, I will take lessons again.
My main love is my yard. I love working outside with my flowers.
I also enjoy reading (love my Kindle..so much easier on my hands than a book).