Sharing My World 49

Sunshine on giraffe in my junky world.

Sunshine on giraffe in my junky world.


There are a lot of questions this week, so I’m going to attempt one word answers.  This will be a first.

What is your favorite word? Coffee.
What is your least favorite word? Hate.
What turns you on creatively, spiritually or emotionally? Art.
What turns you off? Stupidity.
What is your favorite curse word? Frack.
What sound or noise do you love? Rain.
What sound or noise do you hate? Rage.
What profession other than your own would you like to attempt? Psychic.
What profession would you not like to do? Executioner.
If Heaven exists, what would you like to hear God say when you arrive at the Pearly Gates? Greetings Earthling.

Welcome, and well done, you.  Pick up your halo over there to your left.  The souls you’ve been missing are waiting for you over here on our right.  Debriefing in ten.  Next assignment to be revealed when ever you’re ready.  Should you choose to accept the new challenge, buses back to earth depart from the other side of the gates every thirty seconds.

You knew I couldn’t keep up the one word answer thing, didn’t you?

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

I am grateful for coffee, art and rain.  We are having the most delightful winter weather!  I never thought I would put winter and delightful in the same sentence, but there they are, twice.  I have doctor appointments coming up (what else is new….they seem to never end) and possibly a Family Day Weekend visit to the great white north. Although even up there it is no doubt less white than they’re used to for February.

I am grateful this is a short month and spring is close.  We have decided we will not have lawn care this summer because it is ridiculously expensive and the exercise will be good for me.  (W goes east for most of the summer). He is going to visit his parents in March and bring back one of the lawnmowers from the cottage.  There’s at least three of them there, maybe four.  I don’t even care what the reasoning behind that might be.

Well, that’s gone a bit beyond next week.  What will be will be.  I predict I will now have another cup of coffee.  This psychic stuff is easy.


17 thoughts on “Sharing My World 49

  1. This is lovely. I prefer your long answers to your one word ones although your profession you wouldn’t like to do made me chuckle. I don’t know what lawn care is but I am going to assume it’s having someone over to care for your lawn (state the obvious!). Lawn mowing smells good.

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    • We were paying a horticulture service company for spring and fall clean up, weekly cuts, and fertilizer 4 times between spring and fall. Last summer we had no rain to speak of so the grass looked terrible and didn’t grow and we were basically paying for nothing. Live and learn.


  2. The creativity and color in your “world” makes my pulse race. I love individualism in people’s homes, where each item is unique, and chosen because it’s loved. Hmmmm, your scenario at the pearly gates is thought-provoking.

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  3. Clever old you, taking up mowing agin.

    I hope there is a heaven. I hate Athests, they think they know it all. The correct word for people who admit they don’t know is Agnostic. I’m ok with that. Teas makes me smile. Rain worries me, we have too many leaks.

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    • I forgot about leaks and flooding – that would certainly make the sound of rain on the roof less appealing. I think there’s a little bit of the Agnostic in all of us. There are always things we would like to be true which can’t be proven.


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