Share Your World With Cee Cee 2013 Week 9

This week’s questions are fun and straightforward. The share your world game is so easy to play. You can answer the questions in a comment here on Lillie-Put or on Cee’s photography or you can write a blog of your own and link it to Cee’s Photography. Come on play along.

How do you write: computer, longhand or other?

I generally write using the computer except when I am starting a book; When I begin framing a story I always keep my original notes in a journal or notebook.

Regardless 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?

I love swimming.I would love to give Michael Phelps a run for his money.

If happiness was the national currency, what kind of work would make you rich?

The kind I am doing right now. My life’s dream was to be a pastor and a writer.

What subject was your favorite in all of your schooling? Why?

I loved English and history because they were all about story and I love story.

16 thoughts on “Share Your World With Cee Cee 2013 Week 9

  1. Love of story–I think that’s what makes a good pastor, Great. When they can make the Bible stories come alive, the message/teaching sticks with me. God bless you, Pastor J. love, sis Caddo

  2. More good questions – and answers!

    How do I write? If I tried in longhand, I’d have to grow a forest to supply the paper. On the computer screen I can change things around, add bits etc – all without any paper waste!

    I definitely can’t picture myself playing sports – especially not now I am nearly an octogenarian.
    How could I picture myself? an ice skater!
    What sports do I like? My not to be missed is the State of Origin Rugby League, which is only 3 games per year between Queensland and NSW. I do enjoy watching International cricket, but I can’t spend that amount of time watching it. Even the one day games or the Twenty20 games, I have to do something else while watching.

    Happiness/work? Youth ministry!!! Also children’s ministry, especially 5 day camps and 5 day Holiday Clubs.

    School subject? Maths and English! Can I repeat that? Maths and English (and still love them!)

      • A test match is five days long with each side playing two innings. I’m afraid I can’t spend five days watching cricket but I do like to keep an eye on it. The one day International series is limited to 50 overs each side and is played in one day or more usually an afternoon and evening. The Twenty-20 series is 20 overs each side and only takes an afternoon or evening. The 50 and 20 over games are of course much faster moving and good to watch.

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