In this, the 20th week of http://ceeslifephotographyblog.wordpress.com/2012/04/22/share-your-world-week-20/Sharing our Worlds Cee has posted the following questions:
How old would you be if you didn’t know how old you are? As Cee said, that’s a hard question to answer, because I’m not certain how old any age is supposed to feel. Based on how I felt at that age, I think I’d be 40 or maybe 50. I feel no different, mentally that is, now than I did then. My body would not agree with my age choice, but I prefer to ignore it.
What is the kindest thing anyone has done for you? I think I cannot pick one thing to answer this. I would have to say, more generally, the love and support my kids and my friends show for me on a daily basis. Being there now, being concerned about how husband and I are doing, helping me occasionally get out to do something fun – I could ask for no more.
What was your favorite childhood television program? Is this a secret way of guessing ages? I may as well confess – we got our first television when I was 12, living in Pueblo, Colorado. In my memory, and this is really testing my memory, I remember very little programming, and the only thing I distinctly remember watching was a show that consisted of film of a squirrel racing about in a tree. There must have been more to it, but that’s what I recall.
Which cooking utensil (other than the usual pots and pans etc) would you miss the most? On a small scale, my bamboo spoon. On a larger scale, my Foreman grill, the one with the removable plates, although my first Foreman grill, my “test” purchase, is a very small one that is perfect for grilling one burger or one sandwich. However, I’d much prefer that my cooking consist of throwing a steamer bag of food, all put together for me by Stouffers or another of my favorite chefs (like Bertilloni) into the microwave.
Continuing my sign posts, I’d like now to share a few of the photos of signs that I took in Seoul and Beijing when Kat and I went to visit Gep a couple of years ago.
That’s enough for today, but I have more in line for another time.
I wish you all, every one of you, a day filled with enough!