Some weeks (on Mondays or Tuesdays), I shall participate in Share Your World, a weekly blog challenge some of the cool kids I know take part in. There’s no Movie Monday this week so I shall do it today! This is my third installment. Tres.
How do you like to spend a rainy day?
If I have to be/go outside, then jumping in puddles and looking for rainbows. If not, curled up in my super soft blankie reading a book.
List at least five favorite treats. (They do not have to be sugary).
- My super soft blankie
- Uninterrupted introvert time (many people struggle with this concept and the hiding away/silence that accompanies it)
- An unexpected day off (see: snow day)
- When someone surprises me with a pen or pencil or other stationery thing they think I’ll like
- An Oreo Blizzard with strawberries in a cup on the side (in which to dip my spoonful of Oreo goodness)
Where’s your favorite place to take out-of-town guests?
Out of town, where they belong. I’m not much for out-of-town guest entertaining. If I HAD to, though, I would take them to the Philadelphia Museum of Art, or to New Hope, or the beach.
You are trapped in an elevator. Who would you want to be trapped with?
Someone who has some Xanax to share — I’m claustrophobic. Also, this person should be calm and soothing and treat me like the frightened animal I will become, as this is one of my greatest fears. Having said that, in a perfect world, I’d like to be stuck with the president of France or the Prime Minister of Canada. This tells you what I watch more than movies — I couldn’t think of an actor I’d like to be stuck with (unless you have a time machine, then, for the second time in Share Your World, I mention John Cusack, pre-2001).
Optional Bonus question: What are you grateful for from last week, and what are you looking forward to in the week coming up?
I’m grateful I had four days off and a short work week, though I was confused as to what day it was for the whole time. I’m grateful that things change, as in I was feeling one way and now I’m feeling another. I’m grateful then, too, that I think the way I do and am able to help myself make those changes (emotional, physical or any other -al).
This post is part of Share Your World, a weekly blog event, by Cee.