It’s a lovely blue sky day out there, especially appreciated because it was preceded by a mostly gray sky day – although that day was not bad, the temperatures were moderate and while I was out in it, it was kind enough not to pour down rain. This morning has been designateed by me to be the morniing to Share my World with Melanie and those who wish to share my world.
Do you prefer Apple (‘I’ products) or Android for your technology ‘fix’? I used to be PC/Android products. Then I got a laptop with Windows 8 – I didn’t have it very long before it was replaced with an iMac – I already had the iPad. I continued with an Android phone for awhile, but when it came time to replace it, I really wanted all my devices to talk to each other, so I got an iPhone. Perhaps over-priced, the Apple devices, but for me there’s no going back.
What’s something on your personal bucket list? I really don’t have a bucket list. But I suppose if I won the lottery (without actually buying tickets), I could create a bucket list. Buy a home on the coast – but on a rise so it was above the high tide line by quite a bit – and it would be the Oregon coast because hurricanes are not a usual thing here. Although it is on the Pacific Rim, so. . . After I bought that house, there is still some traveling I would like to do – First Class.
What would you name your boat if you had one? The Unsinkable 3? The Please Don’t Sink? Your choice! Also, what would it look like? Do you want a motor yacht, a sailboat, or perhaps a dinghy? Well, that’s a question that has befuddled me. An ex and I had a boat for awhile – I don’t think we named it, but it became what many boats are for those of us who are not in the wealthy spectrum – a big black hole in the water that swallowed up $. I like being on the water, and a sailboat sounds like the perfect romantic concept, but a yacht would be a lot less work. I think perhaps the best solution for me would be to simply pay for passage on cruise lines or river boats (because I won the lottery you know), and let the companies that pay for the boats name them.
Which fictional character would be the most boring to meet in real life? See, now you’ve put me on the spot, and I can’t think of a single fictional character, boring or otherwise. Most fictional characters have quirks that would make them some kind of interesting, although there are characters that would be completely exhausting or frustrating or infuriating to be around. I am choosing to dodge this question.
What brought gratitude, a smile or laughter to your life this week? Waking every morning. Having my leisurely cups of coffee to start the day, during which I spend time with my bloggy friends, watch the critters outside my windows, then cuddle a bit with my furry girl, Shasta. Because she has a great need for attention. And she’s a good cuddler.
And so what all of this says is I have enough in my life. I hope you do too.