The Deep End of the Hodgepodge

by 10:09 PM 15 comments

Hello people
Welcome to Rocket Looks!!
Here is the link of Giveaway, which is ending this week
Here are the questions to this week's Wednesday Hodgepodge. It's a Linky party, where host put some questions for each week, which we need to answer on our blog. Hope you enjoy reading them.

1. It's hard to believe, but next week's Hodgepodge will find us in the month of September. What's one thing you want, need, or hope to do still before summer officially ends?
The list is big, but before summer ends, I surely want to give a try to make ice creams by my own.Yes I know I am expecting very much, as I am still a newbie in cooking and baking.But I really wanted to try.

2. When were you last at 'your wit's end'?
Last Sunday when I really wanted to reach my boutique shop early due to some urgent client requirement, I was first badly stuck in traffic jam and then it started raining heavily, I reached even late than my usual timing.

3. Describe a time you were figuratively thrown into 'the deep end'?
Whenever I hear deep, it just remind me my learning days of swimming. I was kid that time, it's been only one week and I was literally thrown in deep by my instructor, to get rid of my fear. Though somehow I managed to swim after few days but I could not forgot that day.

4. Does the end always, ever, or never justify the means? Explain.
Yes that day I could not forgot. I felt as if I will sink, and could not survive. Still when I go for swimming after a long gap, I feel scared to go in deep.

5. What makes your hair stand on end?
I always had phobia for exams and till date it is continued, whether it be of any kind, it's name itself is enough to make my hair stand.

6. I read an article on the website Eat This! Health, that listed 11 foods we can eat to help end bad moods. Basically it's a feed your brain so you're less anxious, grouchy and lethargic. The foods are-mussels, swiss chard, blue potatoes, grass fed beef, dark chocolate, greek yogurt, asparagus, honey, cherry tomatoes, eggs, and coconut. Which of those do you think would most help end your own bad mood? Which do you fear, if forced to eat, would put you into a bad mood?
Among them Greek yogurt is one which can turn my mood on because it is multipurpose and I am also a big foodie. I can have it in breakfast with fresh fruits, lunch with various dips and dinner with gravy and the one thing I am really scared to have is non veg as I am pure vegetarian.

7. What project around your home, office, or life in general feels like there is 'no end in sight'?
My boutique preparations, everyday there is list of things to prepare which seems to have no end.

8.  Insert your own random thought here.
I am really excited for tomorrow, since it's Rakshabandhan. I have bought a very beautiful Rakhi for my brother. Hope he likes it.Well those who don't know about this festival, let me brief you little. It's a festival for brothers and sisters. Sisters used to tie Rakhi to their brothers and brothers promise them to protect and support them in every situation.



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15 comments :

Marcia said...

Oh my, what a beautiful photograph and such a special festival honoring brothers. I have a son and a daughter, and this melted my heart. Beautiful!
Happy pinks!

Dawn Lucy said...

So oretty in pink! Thanks so much for sharing with Fun Fashion Friday!

OXOX

Dawn Lucy

http://fashionshouldbefun.blogspot.com

Rocket Looks said...

Yay Marcia, this picture was taken during my engagement ceremony. We celebrate this festival each year :-)
Thanku Dawn :-)

Living With The Mess said...

Making your own ice-cream is a must! We do mint Aero ice-cream, it is lush! Good luck with it! #BinkyLinky

Emily Higgins said...

Such a lovely photo. Thanks for linking up to the #BinkyLinky

Lena said...

What a beautiful photograph (and outfit!)

Sandy Sandmeyer said...

You look so pretty and your brother so handsome together. Thank you for sharing this celebration with us at the #AnythingGoes Link Party.

Nigel Higgins said...

What a beautiful photo thanks for linking to the binkylinky

Karen said...

I love the idea of honouring brothers and sisters. Thanks for sharing with the #BlogFair.

Rocket Looks said...

Thanku so much Nigel, Sandy, Lena and Emily for stopping by and leaving a comment. Have a fabulous week.
Yes it's a special day for brothers and sisters Karen.

Hannah Spannah CB said...

Gorgeous picture. Have you managed to make ice cream yet? Thanks for linking up with #featurefridays

Hannah Spannah CB said...

I think you linked this 2 weeks in a row.....Thanks for linking up with #featurefridays

Rocket Looks said...

No, could not get time, but in India we have summers till October end, so hopefully will make it.
Thanku Hannah for stopping by and sorry may be by mistake I have linked twice.

Lisa Maynard said...

So Gorgeous!! Thank you for sharing with #linkupwithlisa @

Rocket Looks said...

Thanks Lisa