Share Your World

“Share your World”  is a way to get to know each other that Cee has going on her blog. She posts weekly questions for all who wish to participate.

This week’s questions and my responses are:

  • At what time in your recent past have you felt most passionate and alive?  That would be just this morning and every morning that we go ice fishing and the fish are biting.  Even when they are not biting it is a fun and exciting challenge to try to trick them into doing so.
  • What individual item of food would you not eat, even if it was served to you at the Queen/President’s dinner table? (Something ordinary.)  The only food item that I dislike is parsnip…yuck.  However I am off meat except for fish for health reasons (cholesterol) and wheat as an experiment aimed at improving my health.
  • If you could choose between Wisdom and Luck, which one would you pick? I would choose wisdom without a doubt.  With wisdom one can make carefully discerned choices in life and not have to rely on the capricious nature of luck.
  • What was the last time you went to a new place?  Oh my, this is a hard one.  We are such homebodies and like to haunt familiar places.  Last summer we got a lead on a tiny lake about 5 km from home.  We had to drive our truck along a road so old and grown in that the branches dragged along both sides…and the lake was indeed tiny.  We used the electric motor on the boat and spent the morning trolling through the most beautiful mists with nothing but mother nature in our company.

Today’s “stone” is Day 92  sharing, time, thoughts

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