Friday Five

Friday Five: Word Association

As posted by yours truly at RevGalBlogPals:

It’s been a busy week for me, trying to get back into the routine after a post-Easter vacation. (How did it get to be Easter 3?) So to keep it simple, here’s a Word Association Friday Five, with a bonus twist for those feeling creative. First, for each of these five words — all of which remind me of my *most* excellent vacation — share the first word that comes to mind when you read it.

1) Airport — Hugs
2) Baseball — Scoreboard
3) Art — Waterfall
4) Chocolate — Spa
5) Grill — Hot

Bonus: Tell us a story that comes to mind based on one of the word pairs.

#4 might seem like a strange combination, but one of my birthday presents was a blissfully relaxing afternoon at the Chocolate Spa at Hotel Hershey. I rarely feel so completely relaxed, all cares forgotten, every muscle flexible.

11 thoughts on “Friday Five: Word Association”

  1. Hard to beat chocolate + spa! Way to go! Hershey is not that far from me, so do say more. I might need to take a field trip over there, for some "pastoral (self) care"!


  2. What I had was a decadently relaxing massage, with massage oil infused with cocoa. Incredible. There are many other services available as well.


  3. I'm 10 minutes from Hershey. I can't remember how I started following your blog but it's neat you were so close by and enjoying PA Dutch Country!


  4. Good for you! Way to treat yourself with a post Easter self-care. I'm a fan of massage myself, but I've never had a cocoa-infused one. Hmmm…


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