Tag Archives: individuality

Watch Out for that Tree!

Shattered tree in Mt. Rainier National Park

Photo by jppi on Morgue File.

It makes me crazy when people wear their shoes in my house. What habit/act drives you crazy? How do you prevent it from happening?

There are many things that drive me crazy! It will be an almost impossible chore to pick the one thing, out of the many things, that drives me the craziest! Now, it could be the problem lies with me; but, as this would be a rather boring solution, at least in my eyes, we will assume the problem is with everyone else. After all, it is my blog and I am free to accept, or in this case, pass judgment along as I see fit!  Read the rest of this entry »


Posted by on March 31, 2014 in Grace in the Everyday


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Quirk Away!


Photo by Penywise on Morgue File.

Which quirky habit annoys you the most, and what quirky habit do you love — in yourself, or others.

Quirks are what make us individuals, right? And yes, they can be annoying! We may call them quirks. We may call them idiosyncrasies. We may call them odd. Whatever we may wish to call them, the truth remains, everyone has them. The question is does others quirks annoy you more than your own or vice versa? I have heard of accounts where a person will have several quirks and will feel compelled to do them any number of times; getting to the point that it exasperates them to do them, but they feel they have to do them. Read the rest of this entry »


Posted by on January 12, 2014 in Grace in the Everyday


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