….thanks to Cee for hosting Share Your World
If you could choose any person from history to be your imaginary friend, who would it be and why?
This is a tough question. The more I learn about famous people the more I realize that many of them were ruthless and unkind or so narcissistic that they would make terrible friends. I think I would have liked Eleanor Roosevelt. She was politically active and pretty much her own person.
60s, 70s, 80s, 90s: Which decade do you love the most and why?
Another tough question. I loved high school so the 60s hold fond memories of friends, parties and clubs. In the 70s I found my voice. I went to university, moved away from home, travelled to Germany, met my husband and got married. At the end of the 70s I had my first child. In the 80’s my family grew, I went back to teaching and started building our cottage. In the 90s I took on more leadership roles, explored new options in teaching and started to dabble in art. I can’t pick one decade.
When you die, what do you want to be remembered for?
I want to be remembered as a kind, fun loving and creative person who helped others and inspired young people to grow up and be the best person possible.
What did you appreciate or what made you smile this past week? Feel free to use a quote, a photo, a story, or even a combination.
On Thursday I drove to Hamilton to visit with my daughter and granddaughter. We took a walk to the Workers’ Arts and Heritage Centre. The building used to be the old Customs House where imports coming into Canada were processed before being released into the Canadian market.
On Saturday I went to a friend’s 50th birthday party and on Sunday I met my friend Liz at the Trinity St. Paul United Church where we attended a concert of children’s choirs. As you can see it’s been a very busy and joyous week.
…thanks to Becky B. for hosting June Squares – Roofs