SHARE YOUR WORLD – WEEK 45

OK.  So I haven’t shared 45 weeks in a row.  Maybe there’s not that much to tell.  (Or maybe I just can’t keep up)  In any event, I’m sharing today, so, welcome to my (Cee’s) Share Your World.

What is your favorite color? 

Green.  Or any variation thereof…

SEE HOW THEY STAND OUT IN A CROWD?

SEE HOW THEY STAND OUT IN A CROWD?

In what do you find the simplest of joys?

Of late it’s…

finding a peace-filled moment

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Would you prefer a reading nook or an art, craft, photography studio?

Definitely A STUDIO!

ZENtanging - Very Zen. Very relaxing.  Very Untangling the brain. ;--)

ZENtangle – Very Zen. Very relaxing. Very Untangling the brain. ;–)

 

What is at least one of your favorite quotes?

” It always seems impossible til it’s done.”  ~ Nelson Mandela

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A world of possibilities…

Bonus question:  What are you grateful for from last week, Time out for lunch with a very dear friend… and what are you looking forward to in the week coming up?  Nothing planned.  Dull?  Maybe, but it leaves me open for surprises.

Join me and Cee and a cast of others at Cee’s Share Your World.  Click on the icon below to get yourself right over there.

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Thanks for stopping by.  I appreciate each and every visitor.

TRAVEL THEME – SYMBOLS

Ailsa, at wheresmybackpack, has suggested a tribute to the late Nelson Mandela, with a post depicted symbols.  She mentioned two that we display a great deal of in our homes. Peace and Freedom.  When I downloaded the photos, I thought “why doesn’t my husband tell me to STOP!”  Although I don’t think all peace symbols are equal, and I don’t buy every one I see, I didn’t realize how many I have.  But then, could there ever be enough PEACE?

Some of my collection of symbols…

Another reason I suppose my husband doesn’t complain is (first of all he’s so not a complainer, and second of all) because he has a collection or two of his own.

Jeff’s collection – Freedom…

Please visit Ailsa’s blog by clicking here.  Thanks for hosting, Ailsa, and for choosing such a fabulous way to pay tribute to an incredible man.

Nelson Mandela

(credit to The Philadelphia Inquirer for the photo)