Share Your World With Cee 2015 Week#27

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It is time once again to share a little bit of myself with the world!

If you want to join in this forum of sharing click the icon above and go to Cee’s spot and share your own thoughts!

Here are this week’s sharing questions posed by the lady herself:

What is your favorite month of the year?

I love the month of June into the beginning of July. The days are heading towards their longest frame and everything in our hemisphere smells so fresh, sweet and clean. The lilacs blossom along with the apple trees. Then the black locust comes out smelling all of grapes and jasmine, followed by the wild roses and then the cultivated roses and then just as the real heat of summer kicks in the spices start to release their fragrance.

Do you drink coffee at all?

Only five cups a day so not all the time but I suppose its enough. 🙂

What was one of your first moneymaking jobs (other than babysitting or newspaper delivery)?

My  father owned a restaurant so one of my first jobs was as a dishwasher. We dishwashers in those days washed dishes, cleaned bathrooms, swept, washed and vacuumed  floors, peeled potatoes, kept inventory and played fetch for the cooks. It was fast paced and I really liked it (except the working on Sundays part).

List:  If you play video/computer games list 5 games you like? 

This question is entirely inapplicable to me. I am not sure I can even name five video games never mind play them!!!

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 I made it through the sermon this last Sunday. Our District Superintendent just happened to stop by on Sunday morning for a visit (he’s the AG equivalent of a bishop). strangely  when he came in I wasn’t even nervous. That must have been God. This week (even though it is almost over) I am looking forward to getting more writing done!

2 thoughts on “Share Your World With Cee 2015 Week#27

  1. Just five cups? A family business–the work is truly never done. Glad you had a good experience with your sermon!

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