Sharing is caring…

…and I am very grateful that Cee cares enough to offer the Share Your World challenge (among others) every week, asking bloggers to respond to new questions about themselves.  Here are my answers to this week’s queries:

Are you a traveler or a homebody? 

Can you be both?  I really enjoy seeing new places and visiting well-loved destinations (like the little town in the Florida panhandle where we vacation twice a year, or the mountain house where we celebrate Burn’s supper), but I also revel in snuggling up with my kitties in my own bed or chilling on our front porch swing or curling up by the fireplace with a glass of wine.

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Mountain House

What kind of TV commercial would you like to make? Describe it.

Something with a green screen.  That would be awesome.  (insert all kinds of cool special effects).  Perhaps with a time travel or science fiction theme.  Yeah. Or Harry Potter.  Something with wands.

Describe yourself in a word that starts with the first letter of your name.

Is Kaleidoscopic a word?  On the inside, I’m all swirly.

Well, whadoyouknow  – it actually is a word.

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Okay, that works.

List some fun things for a rainy day.

Reading.

Making cookies.

Watching old episodes of Dr. Who.

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

I am wildly grateful for my husband and my kitties and  my parents and Mom-in-Law and reconnecting with some friends I haven’t seen in a while.

I’m very thankful that my new mechanic seems to have figured out why my engine light keeps coming on and fixed it for a sum that did not devastate me financially.

I am looking forward to a short week next week at work and the wonderful holiday next Thursday!  I’m so happy about seeing my family and having five days off to de-stress and simply enjoy being.

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~My theme for this month’s Nano Poblano challenge is Motion~

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3 thoughts on “Sharing is caring…

    • It was such a relief. My old mechanic pretty much replaced everything in my fuel system for an exorbitant amount of money and it was still not working right. New guys are really sharp, do their research and seem to value the quality of their work and their relationships with their clients.

      Yay! Now I hope to never see them again. 🙂

      Thanks for the great challenges!

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