Share Your World 2014 Week 16

share-your-world2 So here we are again sharing our worlds,  allowing them to collide gently into each other. It is an awesome privilege to be able to know people half way across the globe through Cee’s weekly questions. When you have finished learning a little bit more about me hop on over to Cee’s place and learn more about her and those who join in the “SYW” fun.

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Here are this week’s questions:

 

How many places have you lived? You can share the number of physical residences and/or the number of cities. I grew up in Winchendon MA. Shortly after I married my wife and I moved to Phoenixville PA (home of the cult classic “The Blob”) and then back to Winchendon. We spent twenty years in Gardner MA and now I live back in the house I grew up in.house What type of music relaxes you the most? I love instrumental piano and strings.

 

 

 

If you could instantly become fluent in another language, what would that language be and why? Oh gosh! I love languages. This is a hard one but I think maybe one of the tonal languages like Mandarin would be fun as long as I didn’t have to work at it.

 

If you could fly or breathe under water what would you prefer? I choose breathe underwater. How fun would that be to be able to explore the ocean depths without ever having to come up for air!

 

Bonus question:  What are you grateful for from last week, and what are you looking forward to in the week coming up? I am grateful for our Good Friday and Easter services this last weekend and that I finally got over my post Easter bout with the flu (explaining why I haven’t posted in two days). I am really looking forward to our meeting with C.cada this weekend. I hope to have a good chunk of my painting done by then!

10 thoughts on “Share Your World 2014 Week 16

  1. I love just piano music and always have it playing when I’m studying – mainly light classical or easy listening old time pop or Gospel.

    As a child I wanted to be able to fly. In fact, I flew most nights (in my dreams). People would be chasing me, and I would flap my arms and fly just above their heads. They would reach for me, but I would flap harder and keep out of their reach. Thankfully I haven’t had those dreams for more than 60 years.

    Now, I am watching and waiting, and hoping that one day soon I will FLY – a short trip but the most amazing trip ever!

  2. I too think that breathing under-water would be the coolest, if only because I’m too terrified of heights to have any desire to fly. 😉 As always, I enjoyed reading!! 🙂

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