Share Your World

QUESTIONS

What are some red flags to watch out for in daily life?

Signs that you are getting stressed; not sleeping well, worrying over the little things.

What obstacles would you include in the ‘world’s most amazing obstacle course”? 

I would have televisions on the course with your favourite shows to binge watch. If you manage not to watch the next episode you go to the next level. Those who finish the course win Netflix for a whole year.

Who is the best movie or book villain in your opinion?  (‘book’ is included because some folks don’t watch movies)

Ursula from the Little Mermaid, just because you want to know why she acts the way she did. Someone told me once it could be because she was hurt in love, possibly by King Triton. It would then make sense why she targets Ariel in a bid to say love isn’t the answer.

What, in your opinion, is the most beautiful/handsome part of your face? (no dissing yourself please, we’re all beautiful/handsome!)

I think I have nice eyes, I love the hazel colour. It is the one part of me that resembles my dad.


Next week on Thursday, Americans celebrate Thanksgiving.   What are some foods you enjoy for your festive celebration dinners?  (Doesn’t have to be Thanksgiving, as I realize the whole world isn’t participating in ‘our’ holiday)

First of all happy Thanksgiving for those who celebrate. Christmas for me is full of food I do not like; sprouts, Christmas Pudding, fruit cake, and I will add turkey to the mix. It is a very dry meat. As a child I wanted to add tomato ketchup to it, so there was a bit more flavour. Then I tasted cranberry and I found it was a perfect mix to the dryness.

I don’t mind other vegetables, and the rest of the dinner. It still makes me laugh that we have at least five vegetables with Christmas dinner, but not normally. For pudding I normally have treacle pudding, which in my opinion tastes much better.

Published by writerravenclaw

I am a fifty something mother of two grown up children, and one beautiful grandchild. I have been married for nearly thirty-four years. My first book was published ten years ago. I wrote my book Sticks and Stones because of my experience of being bullied at school.

2 thoughts on “Share Your World

  1. Thanks Diana for Sharing Your World! You’ve listed many things that would be on my ‘no-no’ list for holiday food. Add to it something that is standard over here with many people and that is green bean casserole. I don’t care for it because of the onions on top (yuck), but it always disappears quickly when I take it to a dinner. You have discovered the ‘key’ to enjoying dry turkey…loads of cranberry sauce. Another thing that I’ve found which I enjoy when the bird is too dry is sweet pickles. Something about the tart sweetness of the pickle and the dry blandness of the turkey just goes together well. I usually try to avoid eating the breast or the white meat on a turkey, because they’re usually too dry, but the dark meat and the drumsticks are usually a lot juicer and better hydrated. I think a lot of veggies to off set the sweeties that seem to go with holiday feasts is a great idea. Your dinner ought to be your way! I hope you enjoy it this year! Have a great week!

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