Share Your World 2015 – Week 36


…..thanks for Cee for sharing your world with us this week

If you were a pen, what type, style and color would you be?

I would be a black fountain pen.

How many languages do you you speak?

I speak three languages, One well (English) and two poorly (German and French).

Are you a listener or talker?

I’m both. When I became a guidance counsellor I honed my listening skills but as a teacher I need to talk to get my point across. The other day someone commented that I was very quiet. Sometimes I just like to listen to what others have to say. Another time I was told I talked too much and that I should let others answer for themselves. I just can’t win.

Rather Have: Which would you rather have, 2 million dollars or true love?

Can’t I have both? I hate these questions. They say you can’t buy love so I guess I’d have to go with ‘true love’. All the money in the world wouldn’t make me happy if I couldn’t experience true love.

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

I’m grateful for a beautiful summer weekend. The weather, although hot, was glorious and the lake at the cottage was the best it’s been all summer. I would have loved to stay all week. Another argument for retiring now.

This week I’m looking forward to seeing all the children back at school and catching up with my colleagues. I’m also looking forward to finally getting the results of my husband’s biopsy (a little nervous as well).

Here are a few photos of my busy week. I didn’t take any new photos from the cottage but I did snap a shot at the farm where we stopped to pick up some fruit and vegetables for the weekend.

10 thoughts on “Share Your World 2015 – Week 36

    • I never thought about looking at it that way. I guess a fountain pen can be pretty messy but it can also create some beautiful images. I’m hoping to avoid the stains (which I’m not very good at) but sometimes those ‘stains’ end up creating some interesting art.

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    • Thank you Cee, The results were good in that he doesn’t have cancer. I was going to say positive but in the medical world ‘positive’ is often not a word you associate with a good outcome. I’m debating about whether to write a post about it or not. I’ll at least mention it in the next ‘Share Your World’.

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