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Question 1 in the 33rd week of Cee’s Share Your World!

Do you believe in ghosts?

Not convinced.  But I’d be open-minded if someone wanted to prove it.  Seeing is believing.  Even if it’s SEEING THROUGH!


Irregardless of your physical fitness, coordination or agility:  If you could play any sport professionally what would it be?  Or if you can’t picture yourself playing sports, what is your favorite sport?

Baseball.  I think that would be fun.  And very profitable!


Do you prefer long hair or short hair for yourself?

Short.  Obviously.  Very Short.

short hair


If you were on an small island, who would you want to be with? And where is it?  How big is it?

Jeff.  And any place warm, sunny, isolated, flowery, peaceful, and NOT HUMID!

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

Grateful for my sister coming back to visit from Florida.

Looking forward to getting my DANG CAR FIXED!!! They promised!vw plates

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19 thoughts on “SHARE YOUR WORLD – 2014 WEEK 33

  1. hmmm, Yes, watching football :), actually long hair but here in EC, short..too warm for long, hubby (John) of course, tropical island, warm seas, Finally feeling better after being “under the weather” for a month and visit from our friends from Quito
    Have a great weekend Gemma

  2. If I actually saw a ghost, I’d be tempted to believe in them. 😯 Yes, I suppose you would want very short hair, to play baseball, Gemma. 🙂 Hope they manage to root out those Spanish dancers in your car dashboard. It must be very annoying. xx

  3. Ah, the New Joisey Inquisition!

    Oh yes, I believe in ghosts, there are so many reports that there has to be something, whatever that something is. And I was sat next to someone (an ex-partner) who was looking at one, in an ancient pub (coaching inn) on the Mendips’ slopes, and that was an incredible experience – I’ve never seen anyone so instantly stunned or so white. Kids are supposed to see them more easily than we do and, that same evening, a child saw a dog in a closed room where there was certainly no dog at all. “Mummy, come and see the doggy!”. The ghost of a girl, Catherine Brown, drowned in Victorian times, is well known in a valley not far from that inn and I’ve been out at night hoping to meet her (although she’s been seen in the daytime too) – but with no luck.

    Sport is not me really these days, but 40 years ago I played table tennis for my university and I’m about to have another try this week! (OMG!).

    I have little hair, but my beard is always kept short and stubbly – and I’ve had it since the day I left school, in 1968.

    Yes the island would be warm, comfortable and shady, and I’d be with my son.

    Last week? Grateful that my growth is not malignant. This week? Hoping that I’m physically up to table tennis, however good or bad at it I am!!!

    And I both love and can’t believe your car’s number plate – what a lady you are! 🙂

    • Lady?!?! Why thank you, kind sir!
      Seeing a ghost, if there is such a thing, would turn me whiter than white. Yikes!
      You go for it, with that table tennis, Mr. You kick butt and take names! You can do this!
      I’m grateful for your last week’s news too. 🙂
      onegem signing off. 😉

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