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SHARE YOUR WORLD – 2013 WEEK 32

Here I am – again – Sharing My World with Cee at ceephotography, and with YOU!  Please do read and then play along.  Or at least stop by Cee’s and check out what some other bloggers have to share.

Question # 1…

If you could be a tree or plant, what would you be? 

I think I’d be the might oak.  Big, strong, air of confidence.  Probably sees a lot of action – squirrels, birds, insects, wind, rain, some soft, some wild breezes.  Yes.  An oak.

Question numero dos…

If you were an ice cream cone how many scoops and flavors would you be and why?

I would be one scoop of real homemade blueberry – we are the blueberry capital, one scoop of chocolate peanut butter – ate that every day for 9 months when I was pregnant with my sweet son, and one scoop of butter pecan – the ice cream of choice when I was little and lucky enough to get to go out for ice cream, which wasn’t often. Three scoops – of memories.

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Question # drei…

What type of pets do you have or want?

We have a long haired german shepherd – (frizz, do you see a pattern here? 🙂 ) 564565and a black cat.  If I could, I would have a horse.  I use to ride in my younger days and miss that a lot.  Even just to be able to pet one of those handsome animals again would give me a thrill.

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And numero quatro…

Where do you hide junk when people come over?

Junk? JUNK?!?!?!?!  I have no junk!  Everything I have I NEED!  (pssst…in the closet.)

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41 thoughts on “SHARE YOUR WORLD – 2013 WEEK 32

  1. I love Share Your World! Great picture of the horseback riding from long ago. I almost petted a horse once in Manhattan. But when I got close, I decided it was too big, so I chickened out. And I’d for sure be a sunflower. 🙂

  2. 1) Auracaria tree – it’s very tall an different.

    2) 1 – cholocolate because it’s soooooooo gooood!

    3) None. I love dogs but I’ve endured seeing far too many pets die from disease, poisoning, getting struck by cars and old age. I can no longer bare the grief; it is that painful for me.

    4) I don’t have junk. I know but seriously, I don’t!

    • Araucaria is a genus of evergreen coniferous trees in the family Araucariaceae.
      I googled. That’s a beauty. And yes, chocolate is soooooooo good.
      How did I know you’d say you have no junk, Allan? 😉

  3. I have not been around horses a lot, but what I have I adore them. Riding doesn’t interest me but petting them and just being around them sure does.. thanks so much for the fun you add to SYW!

  4. 1 – spruce (I had many wonderful moments under those trees)
    2 – ice cream from raspberries (found them in the forest too)
    3 – cat
    4 – my junk food are my thousands books – no one else interested …

  5. Oh god, these questioning posts of your’s!!! OK, the tree, I had no real idea but maybe Oak is good as we have 17 years olds that have grown from acorns here and I’m close to them as I am to trees in general – see paganism as we’ve just been talking about – >>> and see Malin Helleso’s blog too – http://malinhphotography.wordpress.com

    Now the ice cream … life really is different over there in ATP land, isn’t it, I’d never realised … but strawberry because the Cheddar near here that is famous as the source of the cheese is also famous for strawberries. And lots of it, too.

    Ah, pets, more solid ground – I grew up with a cat who was 2 years older than I, and who died when he was about 15. If I were to have a pet, it would certainly be a cat – I feel greatly attracted to them.

    We have so much “junk” that its unhideable, but many beautiful and interesting things that we value might appear as junk to others, so not sure its truly junk! A

    • Oh you complain but you love it. (Don’t you?) 😦
      You don’t have to play along, Adrian, much as I love it when you do. You could just say how fabulous and interesting I am and let it go at that. ;-). Thanks for the link. I’ll check it out.

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