Cee has terrific blogging challenges and one of my faves is her Share Your World challenge. If you don’t follow her site, you’re missing out on amazing photography and lots of connections with other bloggers.
Here are this week’s questions:
Do you ever sit on a park bench for more than ten minutes? I don’t sit still outside at all. My body is bug fodder. Mosquitoes find me instantly. I was bitten a few weeks ago while walking into the house with one hand exposed! And you would not believe the number of mosquitoes that attacked me in southern Florida while I glistened with repellent. I’ve had Lyme disease from two tick bites when I fell (only briefly) into the junipers next to our driveway; I was on crutches but got no sympathy from those critters. I have never picked blackberries without a multitude of chigger bites, even with bug spray soaking my waist.
When you lose electricity in a storm, do you light the candles, turn on the flashlight or use your cell phone for light? We haven’t had a major power outage for a few years but I have stocked up on LED lanterns. Candles are pretty but useless for finding matching clothes. And our flashlights barely flicker, probably because the batteries and bulbs are 20 years old. I would rather use my phone for games.
Would you rather be given $10,000 for your own use or $100,000 to give anonymously to strangers? Hmm. I’d like to get out of debt- and my dearest teaching widower and I do our best to be generous. The question reminds me of past prayers to win the lottery, which wasn’t in God’s plans. We have been blessed in MANY ways and I hope we would do His will in either scenario. My widower says maybe I have too many toys. Come on!! Is that even possible? In this era of digital goodies?
What inspired you or what did you appreciate this past week? Feel free to use a quote, a photo, a story, or even a combination. My dearest teaching widower, who works day and night on his training and research, is my inspiration. I may be in here reading or playing and he’s in the sunroom, pacing, writing, and leaving piles of eraser shavings on the floor. He’s an amazing guy, funny and faithful. Always there for me, with his wise and gentle ways. I adore him!