Share Your World – 2015 Week #5

February 3, 2015 at 11:07 pm | Posted in Friendship, Gratitude, Nature | 5 Comments


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Here are Cee’s questions for Share Your World Week 5. As always, I have enjoyed answering them.



Do you prefer shopping or going to a park?

I don’t particularly like shopping, so I would much rather go to a large area of parkland. Parks are places where I can write. Even better, I prefer to go into virgin bushland. The bush is where I can get closer to finding out what life is really about.


If you were a shoe, what kind would you be and why?

I would like to be a hiking boot; tough leather with thick soles and secure laces. I would love to take people into the wilderness – to the mountains or the desert or the rugged sea shore. I would keep them safe until they are ready to go barefoot.


Old hiking boots


What’s the story behind a time when you got locked out?

I don’t remember ever being locked out – of a house or a vehicle. It could have happened but, if so, it made no impression on me.


Do you prefer eating foods with nuts or no nuts? 

There are not many nuts that I like much, especially on their own. The ones I do love are cashews (I know, they are beans, not nuts) and macadamias. When it comes to nuts with food, I don’t like them at all – unless they are in chocolate.


Bonus question:  What are you grateful for from last week, and what are you looking forward to in the week coming up?

Last Saturday, we celebrated Harry 90th birthday with his family and friends. It was a pleasure to be with such wonderful people of all ages who were there for a very special man.

Next week I am looking forward to some time to catch up on things that have gotten behind.


Linda Visman






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  1. I’m not a nut person either. I didn’t realize that cashews were legumes….Thanks for sharing.

  2. I do like these question format blogs – they open windows, don’t they? I join in the anti-nut movement. I can’t think of any I do like, except ground almonds in macaroons.

    • I think they do, Frederick. They make you think about seemingly inconsequential things that, added up come to a lot.

  3. Lovely post, Linda! I’m a fan of macadamias, too; and I’d go to the park any day instead of shopping. 🙂

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