Share Your World 2014 Week 34


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Here are the five share your world questions for the week.

What is your favorite smell? What memory does it remind you of?

I love the smell of cilantro. It reminds me of my grandmother for some reason. It is not like she ever cooked with cilantro. I didn’t even know what cilantro was until I was a grown up but the first time I smelled it I got the strongest mental picture of her.

Name a song or two which are included on the soundtrack to your life?

Do you play video/computer game?  Which one(s) or most recent? 

Oh Heavens no. I am so bad at them; Playing video games is bad for my psyche.

Which of Snow White’s 7 dwarfs describes you best?  Plus what would the 8th dwarf’s name be? (Doc, Happy, Bashful, Sleepy, Sneezy, Grumpy, Dopey)

I always wanted to be Doc. I think the eigth dwarf would have to be Lumpy a chronically clutzy dwarf.

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

I am so grateful that last week I got the opportunity to do the communion service at the Gardner Visiting Nurses Dayhab. This monthly service is so full of life and hope. And to think a year ago I was going to stop volunteering there. God stopped me from quitting at the midnight hour.

I am looking forward to Special Touch Ministries New England Getaway next week.

6 thoughts on “Share Your World 2014 Week 34

  1. I LOVE the bit about God stopping you from quitting at the midnight hour–Hallelujah, isn’t that marvelous!! So, how are ya doin’, Pastor Joe? This is your old sis caddo, sneakin’ back with a new blog–just in case you want to stop by (no obligation). God bless you BIG today!

  2. I still don’t know what cilantro is. I’ll have to look it up.
    I can’t watch videos on my connection so I don’t know what your songs are. I guess would have to be my funeral song “In Christ Alone” by Stuart Townend. Then again, the invitation hymn sung 8th June 1958 “Out of my bondage” certainly became true in my life. Then again . . . the list would be almost endless.

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