Share Your World–2015 Week 38

Share Your World

It’s Q & A time with Cee again! 

What do you do to make a living or during the day if you are retired.  If you are a student what are you studying?
Every day is different! Kai-le (9) says my life is boring, but I have a variety of interests that fill my days: Exercise, blogging, reading, writing, photography, and lunch with friends mesh with laundry, gardening, feeder scrubbing, food prep and clean-up.

Have you ever participated in a distance walking, swimming, running, or biking event? Tell your story.
Our family formed a team and walked to raise money to D’Feet (Defeat) ALS in honor of a family member fighting that battle. 

What is usually your first thought when you wake up?
“Thank you, Lord, for a new day.” 

Complete this sentence: Look out behind you, it’s a …
This time of year, it’s likely a large garden spider or orbweaver. 

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 cooler temperatures and look forward to hiking. 

How would you answer these questions? You can click the link below to share on Cee’s blog, or leave your replies in the comments below. Thanks for stopping by!

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23 thoughts on “Share Your World–2015 Week 38

  1. I also agree with your first thought of the day! Enjoy the more comfortable temps. I am thankful for completing Amanda on the Danube and looking forward to discussing it with my critique group via Skype tomorrow.

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  2. Love your answers. I’m pretty sure I’ve seen spiders that look like orb weavers. I just didn’t know that was what they were called. Blogging is such a great place to learn new things. My days are similar to yours.

    I have a friend who has ALS, and have known others who have since died from it. What a horrible disease.

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    • Thanks, Pat. I’m sorry to hear about your friend. My sister-in-law was several states away; slowly she lost the ability to communicate. When she could no longer talk, we emailed. When she could’t type, our conversations became one-sided. I hope the ALS research develops help for the patients, soon. I follow the blog of a man who was diagnosed with it nearly 20 years ago. What an encouragement he is!

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