share your world

Monday and Cee’s Share Your World.  Cee’s questions are a pretty color and my answers are just hanging out.

share your world challenge

 

 

Do you ever sit on a park bench for more than ten minutes? Nope.  We have a lot of parks in Enid. My favorite one is the dog park. granted there are benches there, but who wants to just sit on a bench when the dogs are either canoodling or playing like the lunatics they are?  it’s far more fun to play with the critters.  Now I do tend to sit for hours on my front porch swing, reading a good book (or even a truly awful book) or talking with the neighbors, or just relaxing. I imagine that when I am old and grey………..oh wait a second! I am ALREADY old and I passed grey into white over ten years ago! Nope, I still won’t be just sitting.  I’ll be doing until I can no longer “do”.

When you lose electricity in a storm, do you light the candles, turn on the flashlight or use your cell phone for light? I have several hurricane lanterns that I light.  One is stained glass and gorgeous so I don’t mind the electric going off at all.

And if for some unforeseen circumstance where the lanterns fail to stay lit, I will light candles all over the house.  Why would anyone use the light from a cell phone?

Would you rather be given $10,000 for your own use or $100,000 to give anonymously to strangers?  Okay, gonna be selfish here for a second. I’ll take that 10 grand, thanks very much. I’d pay off the house (it’s only $5626.30 now). I’d buy the paneling to line the inside of George’s new (and already ordered for Christmas!!) shed, and I’d give the rest to Angie. She needs it too.

What inspired you or what did you appreciate this past week? Judi Dench.  Yea, Dame Judi Dench inspired me.  I adore her haircut in “The best exotic Marigold Hotel” and I asked the hairdresser to cut my hair so it looks like hers…Judi Dench’s, not the hairdresser.  I have to say, the girl did a great job and I look adorable!

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