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:
  1. You are comfortable doing nothing? For long stretches of time?  Yes, I am comfortable to just sit and enjoy the sights, sounds, and scents of the day for as long as I feel warmth, comfort and there are no bugs pestering.
  2. If you could inherit a vacation home anywhere in the world in which you could spend two months a year, where would it be?   Haida Gwaii without any hesitation is my choice; it’s remoteness and natural rugged beauty in any season would be a wonderful two month experience.
  3. If you were instantly able to play one musical instrument perfectly that you never have played before, what would it be?  I would most like to be able to play the piano.  I actually owned one for a few months but ended up giving it to my mother.
  4. Would you rather be given $10,000 for your own use or $100,000 to give anonymously to strangers?  Oh this is a tough one.  There are good uses for $10,000 at home but to be able to share so very much more with others I think would be much more satisfying.  I would seek out a way for $100,ooo to make a difference of some substantial sort, like housing for homeless or setting up a shelter or food bank  rather than just a free money give away though.

Today’s “stone”  is Day 134  drink in the day in sights sounds, breath in the day, fresh-cut grass, warm earth

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    • Haida Gwaii is also more commonly known as the Queen Charlotte Islands. It is a small group of islands off the west coast of British Columbia, Canada. They are a sort of northern “Galapagos” in that many species that live there are quite unique to the island due to the isolation from the mainland. Other than its incredible rugged coastal beauty and stunning old growth forests, the weather is something of an ever changing delight to those of us who glory in raging winds, crashing waves as well as sultry hot seaside summers days.

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