Share Your World – March 8 – A Different World


Melanie’s  Share Your World questions are always a fun challenge for me.




1) If you could throw any kind of party, what would it be for?  (Covid considerations are suspended for this question)  A fantasy of mine, when I was teaching, was always to rent out Disneyland for the entire staff and students to throw one heck of an end of the year party. I knew I would definitely do this if I won the lottery. The only flaw in my plan was that I never buy lottery tickets.

2) Is a picture worth a thousand words? Elaborate. A picture can be worth a thousand words, but it can also be a huge deception. I recently shared the background information of a picture taken seven or so years ago. One family member could not make it and was very sad seeing all the smiling faces, sans hers. I explained that two of the family members were actively arguing the entire day, two were smiling but not speaking to each other, three were angry about having their picture taken, and only two seemed really happy. It struck me as a deceptive photo. 

3) Where IS Waldo?   (Waldo, for those unfamiliar with him, is a cartoon character featured in many “find Waldo” images and puzzles)   

No this isn't an April Fool's prank, it's actually Where's Waldo Week on  Google Maps | This is the Loop | Golf Digest  <——  WALDO    Waldo can now go everywhere because he is ecstatic that everyone is now looking for Bernie and leaving him alone.

4) What’s the best part of waking up? Being on the right side of the dirt

5) Would you rather be covered in fur or covered in scales?   (Wee disclaimer.  I’m certainly not advocating the slaughter of creatures and the use of their skins for clothing or accessories.  No!  This question is a ‘grow your own’ type question…if you had an option of your own skin being made of fur OR scales, which would you choose?) I’d have to go with fur as it is typically soft and would encourage stroking.

GRATITUDE SECTION (Always optional) Feel free to share your gratitude for our world!

I am over the moon grateful for more and more people being vaccinated. My family are getting vaccinated this week because they are teachers and a nurse. I have many friends getting their first or second this week. The more vaccines administered, the closer we are to a hugging world.