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Share Your World (for last week) – Feb 06, 2017

These are Cee’s Share Your World questions from last week (I’m running late, can’t you tell).

Without further ado, here are her questions for us (in bold) and my answers (in italics) – 

Regarding your fridge, is it organized or a mess inside?

A little of both.  There is at least some level of organization, especially when the hubby is involved  (he’s more the organization freak).  Sometimes it does get a bit chaotic, especially right after a shopping trip when we might just shove everything inside.  It generally doesn’t stay that way too terribly long and most everything has a specific place to go.

Do you prefer your food separated or mixed together?

Partly depends on what it is.   Somethings are okay mixed together, others not so much.  I do have a tendency, towards the end of a meal (when there is only a little left on the plate), I do have tendency to scoop everything together jut to finish it up.

Do you prefer reading coffee table books (picture), biographies, fiction, non-fiction, educational?

How about any of the above??  I really couldn’t choose which of those I’d prefer reading…  Any of them would be enjoyable to me.  Particularly if it is about subject matter I enjoy.

Close your eyes. Listen to your body. What part of your body is seeking attention? What is it telling you?

My face;  It’s telling me to do my morning skincare routine – LOL.

Share Your World – January 30, 2017

Joining Cee for her weekly “Share Your World” (running late, as usual – LOL).

Her questions in bold, my response in italics….

What is the most incredible natural venue that you’ve ever seen:

The “Grand Canyon” (now why do I keep trying to put an e on the of Canyon) comes to mind.  I’ve also seen a couple incredible waterfalls (mostly in Oregon).

How many siblings do you have? What’s your birth order? 

No siblings…  I’m an only, so my birth order is 1.  I’m the oldest, the middle, the youngest – all rolled into one.
If you were a shoe, what kind would you be and why?

A tennis shoe, definitely…  Solid, loyal, comfortable.

What is the strangest/weirdest thing you have ever eaten?
Honestly, I can’t think of anything strange or weird that I’ve eaten… Some might say picked herring or gefelte fish (but to me that isn’t weird or strange – just shows it’s a matter of interpretation).

Optional Bonus question: What are you grateful for from last week, and what are you looking forward to in the week coming up? 

Not sure if it’s a grateful/thankful thing or not but my son has been doing very well with his new online studies.  Taking initiative without being asked or told.  Looking forward to the “Mystery Hostess” party I’m doing on facebook for my Mary Kay business (started today).  Can get hectic keeping up with posting to the event with everything else that goes along around here, but I always have fun doing the events.

Share Your World: 2016 – Week 48

What??? Another- thought I shared/posted this too….

Do you prefer eating foods with nuts or no nuts?  I don’t mind nuts but really don’t have a preference one way or another.
If someone made a movie of your life would it be a drama, a comedy, a romantic-comedy, action film, or science fiction?

Probably somewhere between drama & comedy.

Who talks real sense to you?

No one that I can think of off the top of my head.  Most tend to talk down to or at me.  About the closest one to speaking “real sense” would be my Mary Kay team leader.

Do you have a favorite board game?
Me? Not really…. My son’s favorite is the game of life.

The above is in response to Cee Neur’s Share Your World: 2016  – Week 48

Each week, Cee asks 4 questions about ourselves.

Share Your World: 2016 – Week 48

Do you prefer eating foods with nuts or no nuts?  I don’t mind nuts but really don’t have a preference one way or another.

If someone made a movie of your life would it be a drama, a comedy, a romantic-comedy, action film, or science fiction?

Probably somewhere between drama & comedy.

Who talks real sense to you?

No one that I can think of off the top of my head.  Most tend to talk down to or at me.  About the closest one to speaking “real sense” would be my Mary Kay team leader.

Do you have a favorite board game?
Me? Not really…. My son’s favorite is the game of life.

The above is in response to Cee Neur’s Share Your World: 2016  – Week 48

Each week, Cee asks 4 questions about ourselves.

Share Your World

Welcome to Cee’s Share Your World – Week 43.  Hope you’ll join the fun.  Everyweek (on Monday?) Cee asks us 4 fun questions.  Here are this week’s along with my answers:

What are you really glad you did yesterday?

Yesterday, I’m glad I got to speak to some of my son’s teachers.  Overall he seems to be doing ok.  He’s payong attention in class and partcipating somewhat.  He seems to be doing a lot better at getting his work turned in and he’s learning “self advocacy when it comes to his needs and to making sure he gets any work missed when absent.

Would you prefer a one floor house or multiple levels?

When I was younger, a multi-level house would have been exciting to explore.  Now, I’d be happiest with a  simple one floor house.  Just wouldn’t be able to keep up with the multi levels.

Have you done something you truly want to do today?
Considering the fact that it isn’t even 5 AM yet I’m going to say that the one thing I’ve done, that I would truly want to do, so far is Coffee!  About to make another cup soon…  Care to join me?  {Just a quick note that PartTime Monster (Diana) does a fun Weekend Coffee Share.

What plans did you have as a teenager that didn’t happen? Are you happy it didn’t work out that way?

Not sure if this is something I had necessarily planned to do as a teenager but, looking back, I kind of wish I had taken the opportunity to learn to fly when I had the opportunity to.  My dad had his pilots license back then (I don’t know that he’s still current – might be) and I use to go flying with him all the time.  He even let me pilot the plane a number of times.

The other thoughr I had as a child, maybe young teens at best, was to have a job talking to little kids who were going in to (or scheduled) for surgery – to provide comfort and let them know everything would be ok.  I was looking at the fact that I had had several surgeries (mostly on my ears) and had come through them just fine….  Nice idea but, at the time, not well thought out.  I don’t believe such a job exists where that would be the sole function and purpose of the job.