share your world – july 9, 2018

  • What would you name the autobiography of your life? 

MyGuiltyPleasures. I have loads of them … and had so long as I can remember and I have always enjoyed them *smile And I rarely deny them. But I don’t really have guilty pleasures … because I enjoying them too much. *laughing.  I’m only here ONCE!!!! Bring them on.

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  • Which do you prefer sweet, salty or buttery?

I’m a pudding girl … one of those that look at the desserts first when I get a menu.  But I like salted popcorn but I never add salt to a dish I been served … and I mostly (95%) use butter when I cook. The flavour and colour it brings … can’t beat it. 

  • What’s the finest education? 

LIFE!!!! Our life experience … there is nothing that can beat it and with life experience comes something very important also – common sense!!! But I would say that travelling is a great school too.

  • What did you appreciate or what made you smile this past week?

That the rescue teams manage to reach into the Tham Luang cave where the Thai school boys and there coach has been trapped for over 2 weeks now and the rescue work could start. Wonderful news and what an amazing rescue work. What a bravery … both the boys and rescue workers.

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“It is easy to be brave from a safe distance.”
Aesop

Share Your World – July 9, 2018

11 thoughts on “share your world – july 9, 2018

    • Wonderful news … they are all out now!!! The boys and their coach. Never heard about Baked Indian Pudding … have looked it up and I think I have to try an make it. The Grapenut too … but we don’t have that cereal here in Sweden. Both looks like I would enjoy them very much. *smile

  1. The rescue has been amazing, hasn’t it? I feel as if I’ve held my breath all week waiting. Absolutely incredible of everyone involved. Where there is a will, there’s nothing we can’t solve, Vivi 🙂 🙂 And if anyone ever lived life to the full, you’re the girl! Hugs, darlin.

    • Amazing isn’t good enough … and the boys and their coach. Same with the miners in Chile, 69 days … 700 meters under. I totally agree … if there is a will … we can do so much. And if we are united we can do even more.
      Thank you for your lovely words … *smile

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