I have never done this before. I am a photo challenge virgin. And this one doesn’t even require photos, if I understand correctly. But I think they’ll make it much more interesting. I keep seeing posts on this guy’s blog (hi friend!) for challenges like this one and I thought I would take a spin. I have no idea if I will do more of these… but there’s always a chance.
This is Cee’s Share Your World Challenge. How it works: Three random questions to answer. A fourth question that’s one of these: “would you rather…”, a list for a specific topic, or complete a sentence. A fifth bonus question that never changes. And pingback to Cee in your post. As I mentioned, I’ve never done this before so please be gentle with me.
1. Wanting something to quench your thirst, what would you drink?
You already know the answer. Well, if you know me…
Coffee. Always coffee. (But I suppose if that’s not thirst-quenching enough, I could have iced coffee. In desperation, iced tea.)
2. What made you feel good this past week?
I took a walk on a gorgeous day to clear my head. Music in my ears helped. But when I passed this charming garden, I forgot I was anxious. It’s not my yard (I wish)… but it’s nearby. And it’s beautiful.
3. When you’re alone at home, do you wear shoes, socks, slippers, or go barefoot?
What do you think? [Ahem, CJH]
Barefoot. Must be ready to try on glass slipper at any moment. (God, I need a tan.)
4. Would you rather live where it is always hot or always cold?
At one time, I may have answered cold, but no… I would miss the heat far more than I’d miss the cold. Definitely hot. It works well with my love of sandals and bare feet (see above). And water… I love the water. I can’t imagine not living near the coast – I think I’d feel trapped. And I have to be able to drive with the windows open singing at the top of my lungs like I’m Adele or something.
I do hate the humidity, though. If I’m going to be all sweaty, I’d prefer having some fun to get there. But I’ll get over it while I dip my feet in the ocean.
Bonus Question: What are you grateful for from last week, and what are you looking forward to from next week?
Last week, John did some minor internal repairs for me. On my car, people. Don’t be pervs. I know it doesn’t sound exciting, but I only had to remind him 3 times! In the week to come, I’m looking forward to seeing my mom, my sisters, my brother-in-law, and my nephew on Easter. And I confess I’m looking forward to Easter dinner because bro-in-law is a chef and his cooking is amazing.
And there may be carrot cake. Yum.