Share Your World 2016 Week #47

What are you grateful for in regard to:

Your home life?

My home life is very peaceful and cooperative. No fighting or voice raising. We mostly stick to doing our own thing.

Your family?

Great family but can be a bit unorthodox and strange especially when dealing with strangers.

Your blogging community?

The community has been largely supportive of me over the years contributing with all the likes and comments. It could be way better though but I am grateful that at least a handful of people care about my work.

I’ve slipped up a bit on blogging connections and lost a ton of readership and site traffic. Hopefully I can get things going again once I get a new burst of energy or maybe I shouldn’t make a big deal about it. Blogging for over three years has a way of making you lose focus because it seems to be a means to an end with no definite goal in sight.

Your city or immediate area in which you live?

That it is mostly small and quiet and easy to live in. Working class people going on about their normal, average lives.greenland

The regional area in which you live?

There is lots of farmland and vegetative land. Manufacturing is a big industry around here. I’m grateful that jobs are starting to pick up again.

The country where you live?

The United States is one of the greatest places to live but we are not without our problems including debt and racial hatred.

You?

I’m grateful that I am such a nice person and one who easily forgives others for their mistakes.

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Share Your World – 2016 Week #2

  • Do you believe in extraterrestrials or life on other planets? 
  • How many places have you lived? You can share the number of physical residences and/or the number of cities.
  • If you were given $22 million tax free dollars (any currency), what is the first thing you would do?
  • The Never List: What are things you’ve never done? Or things you know you never will do?

Do you believe in extraterrestrials or life on other planets? 

Why, yes, because Earth cannot possibly be the only place in the entire expanding universe that contains life. I’m still confident that there is microscopic life on Mars, if water has been proven to exist, with unicellular organisms living in the ice caps. There might be other universes out there as well that contain planets thriving with life. We have only scratched the surface on what lies outside of our little safe haven here. I’m certain that the lifeforms we may find will not be the typical grey or green alien men depicted in cartoons and science fiction films and shows, but something a little more realistic.

How many places have you lived? You can share the number of physical residences and/or the number of cities.

Eight places, all in Michigan. From a small apartment as a baby to living in a mobile park home. There might just be a ninth home when I move to Lee’s Summit in Kansas sometime in the next year or so.

If you were given $22 million tax free dollars (any currency), what is the first thing you would do?

Buy my mom a new car and great big house. I’d of course get into a top notch university and earn another degree, and save some money for my future kids to get into a good college. Then most of that money would go into a savings fund and accumulate interest over time.

The Never List: What are things you’ve never done? Or things you know you never will do?

  1. Gone to a Super Bowl
  2. Been to New York City
  3. Been to a foreign country
  4. Counted to one hundred all in Spanish
  5. Written a book
  6. Gone skydiving
  7. Ridden in a plane
  8. Scubadived
  9. Met a famous actor or actress
  10. Walked through the Amazon rainforest
  11. Looked on the night sky through a powerful telescope
  12. Woken up the next morning with a huge hangover (I am a light drinker)

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Share Your World 2016 Week #1

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  • As a child, who was your favorite relative?
  • If you could be a tree or plant, what would you be?
  • What would be your preference, awake before dawn or awake before noon?
  • Would you like to sleep in a human size nest in a tree or be snuggled in a burrowed spot underground?

The Answers:

1.  My favorite relative was definitely my grandma Norma, who used to look after me all the nights while the girls were out at dance class. She had iced tea, beanie babies, and a big box of toys that I liked to get into. She died in 1999 before I barely got to know her though.

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2.  I’d definitely be a tree, so I could see over everything and be the supplier of food for the humans and other animals. Even if they chopped me down, I’d still be reincarnated as paper and glue!

3.  I’m a night owl, so awake before dawn. I like to be alert of all things going on.

4.  My favorite way to sleep is being bundled up in a cozy space, tucked away in a corner, lights down low, so I’d definitely be burrowed in the ground like some hibernating animal. I’d be too out in the open and exposed in a human sized nest, which sounds really absurd.

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