While I sit here waiting for delivery of my new washer and dryer (maybe more on that another time) I thought I would use the waiting time to take on Cee’s Challenge.
1. If you had a choice to live anywhere would be your preference salt water beaches, forest, fresh water lakes, hot tub, ski resort or desert?
I’m already living where I choose to live, but if I were to move, my first choice would be the coast – where I could walk along the salt water beaches and enjoy the sound of the waves lapping, pounding or crashing onto the shore to my heart’s content. Second choice would be a fresh water lake, but in either case, a forest would need to be nearby. I only want it all – or all of the parts that appeal to me.
2. What was your favorite toy as a child . . . and now? My favorite toy as a child? You are kidding, right? Do you realize how many years ago that was and how far I would have to dig in the memory banks to find that answer? Okay – I had dolls, I remember, that I loved. Especially the one that you fed a bottle of water and it came out the other end. I know, for today’s kids that would be a lot like talking about how exciting black and white TV was, wouldn’t it? Then there was the little black Scottie dog and white Scottie dog magnets my grandmother had. They delighted me. My most favorite was probably the broomstick I used to pretend was my horse and I’d don my cowboy hat and six-shooter so my dog and I would ride out into the hills and vanquish the bad guys. Now – my favorite toy(s) would have to be my iPad and my camera.
3. Which do you prefer sweet, salty or both at the same time? Sometimes sweet – chocolate of course – sometimes salty. Oft times both at the same time. Like peanuts and chocolate – perfect!
4. Would you prefer snowy winters, or not, and why?
Snowy winters. However, there is a caveat here – I would like the snowy to come just before Christmas and leave by Groundhog’s Day, and to stay off the roads whenever it’s here. I do love/need my seasons though.
Now, a few more of my favorite things – sky pictures.
Here’s to a day filled with enough for the world.