Share Your World – 2016 Week 5 Feb 8, 2016


Share Your World – 2016 Week 5

This week I’m participating again in Share Your World with 4 questions and a Bonus question to allow you to get to know me a little bit. Here goes… Susan…

1.If you had a shelf for your three most special possessions (not including electronic devices and things stored on them, people or animals), what would you put on it?

My Rainbow Study Bible that I got for Christmas is my prize possession. I have two special cards given to me. One by my sister before she died and the other by my best friend, Anne when she moved from Ohio to Michigan while I was moving from Ohio to Florida.

2.If you had a box labelled ‘happiness’, what would you put in it?

I’d put several things that wouldn’t stay there long because t they are movable. First are my two pets, Guinness, my rescue dog, and Elvis Catstello, my rescue cat. Then, I would add my two grand children ages 4 and 6. I venture to say they each would last about 30 seconds in the box before jumping out. But they are all in my room a lot. 🙂

3.What do you want more of in your life?

I want more consistent time with God in prayer and reading His word. I am so inconsistent. I will be faithful for a week and then life gets in the way. I just need to make Him a #1 priority for me.

4.Daily Life List: What do you do on an average day? Make a list of your usual activities you do each day.

Wake up about 6:15 am
Get coffee
Spend some time with the grandchildren before school
Watch about 10 minutes News (all I can handle)
Check my email and my daily agenda for my blogs (I have 4)
Read some of the blogs I receive.
Take meds and eat some breakfast
Start writing
Break for lunch
Write and read some more.
Take a break
Eat dinner
Write some on All Poetry
Do homework for All Poetry class on Intermediate Haiku
Write some more on Blogs
Watch some TV
Off to bed about 1 am

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 that my daughter who was hospitalized last week came home from the hospital and has improved.

I am grateful for my computer as a lifeline to my blogs, friends, and various learning sites.

I am looking forward to learning about Tanka poetry and Haibun poetry.