I have had words tumbling about in my brain, looking for an escape – but the words are not happy words, they are words reflecting my mood – my doomsday mood – my fear of the direction this country is going. I’m pretty sure you all hear enough of that without listening to me too, and I think I need a diversion, so I shall play along with Cee.
Describe your own outlook on life in seven words or less. (NOTE: does not have to be a sentence.) Well, darn! These days, my outlook on life is fearful – fear of what might come, fear of what our society is becoming. Normally, my outlook on life is much happier – it is a life in which I have enough, I have family, I have friends, I have my furry girls, a roof over my head, sufficient food – I have a life of enough. I am hoping I will be able to say that a year from now.
Where do you like to vacation? Near water, especially the ocean, is my very favorite, but truly any place I am able to go for a vacation is a treat. Although I doubt I’d be thrilled with Siberia.
Candy factories (sweets or treats including chocolate) of the entire world have become one and will now be making only one kind of candy. Which kind, if you were calling the shots? Easy question! Chocolate, of course! Milk, dark, semi-sweet – anything but white. For some reason, white chocolate is not a choice I would make.
Complete this sentence: Something that anyone can do that will guarantee my smile is… Smile at me. Beyond that, a cute anything furry – which translates to pretty much anything furry, especially if it’s still a baby.
Bonus question: What are you grateful for from last week, and what are you looking forward to in the week coming up? I am grateful for having survived the week without making enemies, or at least more than maybe one or two enemies. I am looking forward to Tuesday coming and going, and hoping for a future.
No photos today. Or maybe I should post one of our recent sunrise photos that I’ve already posted on Facebook but not on this blog. Something innocent, something beautiful, something without rancor in this world full of rancor. Let’s see what I can find.