Feature & Follow Friday #4




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I'm so excited to finally be joining Feature and Follow Friday!! This is a weekly meme hosted by Parajunkee and Alison Can Read where they each feature a fellow blogger and ask a question which can be answered by participating bloggers. If you aren't already following the two hosting bloggers, please visit their blogs to follow them, the bloggers they're featuring, and enter your own blog in the linky. Hop around to other blogs - find new blogs to follow and gain some new followers as well. :D

Q: Do you have a favorite outdoor reading spot?

I love reading at my dad's house up in the "eagle's nest." It's basically a tree house without the tree and has a slide and swing set attached to it. I love climbing up there with a Diet Coke, looking out over a cornfield (lol) and feeling the breeze blow by.

Do you ever get to read outside? Where's your favorite place?

20 comments:

  1. Oh my goodness, I love your reading hideaway. I'm a couch reader, but I'll toss all that for something like yours! Does corn fields mean Midwest? As a kid, I spent summers in Iowa. Man, I loved it! Here's my FF.

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    1. I live in Ohio in a small town, and there are cornfields and soy bean fields everywhere around here, lol. It's nice because it's easy to get to Dayton or Columbus from here, where there's more stuff to do.

      And I've been able to go up to Cleveland to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, which I absolutely love!! Have you ever been there? It's so cool! I wish they let people take pictures in there though - I'd probably use up every single ounce of memory on my camera! :D

      Thanks for hopping through! I'm hopping over to your FF now. :D

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    2. I have never spent time in Ohio, but the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame sounds awesome. The closest I've come is Hard Rock Cafe in Hawaii...plain sad. I love looking at corn and soy bean fields. All that green! We used to take long drives in the country with my grandma behind the wheel. If there was a single soda (pop) can on the side of the road she'd land us in a ditch if she had to, to pick that dang thing up to recycle.

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    3. The Hall of Fame is definitely awesome! The exhibits take you from the earliest recorded music and show you how music evolved over time to get to where it is today. You'd be really surprised to find out how much bands today are influenced by bands from the 60s and 70s, even from the 50s sometimes. I really loved that. Plus, they have Jimi Hendrix's couch, lol!

      I hate seeing trash on the side of the road. I must admit I don't stop and pick it up though. :/ That's really generous of your grandma to do that. :)

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  2. Great place to read. I think it is also very quiet. Love such places.
    Would you want to know what my fav place is?
    My FF

    Mariska

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    1. It's so nice and quiet. There's not a lot of traffic out there, except around 3pm on weekdays from people coming home who work at Honda. Those people drive crazy! Thanks for stopping by, Mariska! I'm heading over to check out your favorite place. :D

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  3. Sounds like a great reading spot! I'm hopping through on the Follow Friday Train. I love the name of your blog! I'm a new follower, have a great weekend!

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    1. Thank you; it's great and has memories of my childhood, too. We've had the eagle's nest thing since I was nine! A long time ago, lol. I had a hard time deciding on a name for my blog, so thank you! Thanks for following, too! :D Have a rockin' weekend - TGIF!! :D

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  4. Wow! That place sounds amazing! I'd love to come see it. ;)

    New follower via GFC!

    My Feature & Follow Friday.

    Happy reading and have a great weekend!

    Sarika @ The Readdicts

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    1. I'll definitely have to take a picture. :) It's a really cool place. Nice and peaceful! Thank you for following! I'm following you back. :)

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  5. A treehouse without the tree... That sounds cool! Even more so because of the cornfields <3

    New follower here :D

    - Kazhy @ My Library in the Making

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    1. Thank you! It's probably a lot sturdier than an actual treehouse, too, so I never worried about falling out, lol. ;) It's really cool in the summer - you can see the rain from a thunderstorm coming across the cornfield towards our house. I always liked watching that.

      I'm hopping over to follow you. Thanks for following! :D

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  6. Sounds so amazing and peaceful, I would love a place like that!

    New GFC follower!

    Alise @ Readers In Wonderland
    My FF

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    1. I've gotta have peace when I read, lol. When the weather is cold, which it is here a lot in Ohio, I miss reading outside. I also have to read every night in bed no matter what or else I can't sleep. It's a nice habit to have. :)

      Thanks for following - I'm hopping over to follow you back! :D

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  7. New follower :)
    http://spicedlatte.blogspot.com

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    1. Thanks for stopping by and following! I'm hopping over to follow you, too. :D

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  8. Sounds like such a fantastic and unique place to enjoy your outdoor reading! I bet the cornfields are beautiful to look out over. Thank you so much for stopping by my FF. New GFC Follower :D Jaclyn @ JC's Book Haven.

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    1. Hi Jaclyn! Thanks for following! It is beautiful, especially when the corn is nice and green. I can't wait for summer! :D

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  9. Hey! Thanks for following and stopping by my blog!
    New GFC follower! =)

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    1. You're welcome and thank you for following back! :D

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