Share Your World 10-15-18



I love this new SHARE YOUR WORLD LOGO. It symbolizes the new SHARE YOUR WORLD CHALLENGE.  That is the challenge where Melanie asks some questions and in answering them we all share your worlds a little bit.

Here are this week’s questions and my answers.

What’s the biggest screw up in the kitchen that you were responsible for?


I come from a restaurant family. We ate more meals at the Old Traveler’s (my family’s diner) than at home. I started washing dishes at 15 and waiting tables at 17. As a young adult I was moved by my father behind the stove.

One of my worst screw ups came just weeks before my wedding. My mind was definitely not in the kitchen in those days.

One of my responsibilities as the cook was to bake the sausage loafs we were famous for. I had the recipe and process committed to memory. Memory failed that day. I skipped the step of putting in the spices and ended up baking 60 pounds of unseasoned pork loaf.  Dad was less than pleased

What, in your opinion, makes people believe absurd conspiracy theories?

There are no theories. It really is a conspiracy.

In 40 years what will people be nostalgic for?

America. Oh that was a bit dire. Let’s try again. The Arctic Circle? Fossil Fuel? Hawaii? California? Breathable air? Yeah this just isn’t getting any better.


Is a hot dog a sandwich?  cartoon hot dog character with mustard clipart

Ummmm. I think it is kind of like unseasoned pork loaf.

And finally:


What wonderful thing happened to you this week that you’d like to share?  It can be a gratitude moment or something that just made you feel very happy at the time or made you laugh.


4 thoughts on “Share Your World 10-15-18

  1. I smiled too. Lovely picture that you shared! ❤ Now as to that unseasoned pork loaf? I once bought some ground pork to make into taco meat and I thought (mistakenly) that it was like hamburger and kinda tasty even plain. Wrong-o! That was the most bland and tasteless (and frankly a bit disgusting) thing I ever tasted. And I admire bland food on the whole. Even seasoning it at the table didn't help. I think so far, yours wins the prize for biggest disaster…but they ALL are huge. To the person who committed them any way. Thanks for sharing your world! 🙂

    • My father was so mad. I was really afraid to tell him because he had such a wicked temper. I hid it for three days until one of the waitresses convinced me I had no choice because we were running out of sausage.

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