March 25, 2008

A good one...you should do it too!

I love playing with Tiburon! She's just so fun and clever. Anyway, she started a favorite things post!

It's fun, you should play too!

My favorite things are my hands!

I don't have these little, feminine, slim and silky hands! I got myself some 'Man Hands'! They are unfortunately huge! They crack all the time and if I ever have to wear pantyhose again...they'll snag For SURE!

But they are SO useful! They're strong and soft, firm but soothing. I am so Thankful for my hands!

11 comments:

Lisa Cannon said...

You don't have man hands!!! You are crazy! Fun post, I love my hands too. Not because they are pretty, but oh so useful. I don't know what I'd do without them.

amanda said...

I love your outlook on life. I am so grateful that I have 2 useful hands as well. But I must agree that my hands crack all the time too and it hurts more than it should. I'm about to wear yellow gloves not only when I clean the house but when I bathe the kids and wash dishes too.

Debbie said...

Those are real man hands in the picture and yours are nothing like that!! But they are great hands.

Pedaling said...

hands - yes.
i will be needing an in and out burg. as we did not stop there - just too many places and choices to eat!!!
can't wait to see what you do and where you go with your fam.

Kami said...

Your hands are way more feminine than the ones in that pic.

I too am thankful for my man hands! :)

Shauna said...

That is funny Beck, the other day I had a strong thought that I am so grateful for my hands. It just hit me, "I am so thankful to have hands." It is good to realize that.

Tiburon said...

I like playing with you too! We both have man hands - I am with you on that! :)

The Dows - Party of Five said...

I don't know if I have "man" hands, but mine are short & stubby. But, they are exactly like my mom's hands (she's my identical hand twin) & I love that! I don't know that I inherited anything else that so closely matches her. I think I even move and gesture with them the same way she does.

I can't imagine enjoying my life as much without my hands. So many of the things I enjoy doing require my hands and fingers (gardening/embroidery/writing & of course . . . holding hands).

Brooke said...

Its nice to hear that someone else has dry, cracked skin on their hands! Mine are awful!!!! They look like sixty some odd old year hands. But I do have to admit, it is incredible what we can train our hands to do!

Andrea W. said...

That picture cracked me up. I'm betting yours don't look like that!

Mindi said...

celebrate the man hands--they can get the job done. i have to look at my size 10 feet in the same light--if i was a size 6 then i would tip over! yay for man hands!