The questions this week from https://sparksfromacombustiblemind.wordpress.com/2022/06/13/share-your-world-6-13-2022/ are
What is one topic you really like to talk about? Or something you really want to tell people? I can talk about Harry Potter for ages, the films, books and characters. I can memorise lines from the films because I have seen them so much. ”Swish and flick”, ”It’s Leviosahh, not Leviosah”, ”And you are?” ”I shouldn’t have said that”. There are more but I don’t want to bore you.
What do you normally never tell strangers about yourself? (be general, I don’t need to know details or invade privacy) I don’t tell strangers much about myself, I do talk about my family a lot. I am proud of my children and tend to talk about them. For instance it is my son’s birthday today. I brought him an ice-terrain map for his gaming. He is also an author of a web-comic.
Have you ever broken anything? (can be health related, emotion related, or situation related – you define “broken anything” for your own satisfaction) I have broken many things. To the point where people tell me I am not allowed near any cup, or glassware, precious items. ”Donald duck cup, my son’s favourite mug, many, many glasses.
Is having a big ego a negative trait or positive trait?
I don’t have a big ego, and won’t be positive when I talk about myself. I know it is a big achievement in writing a blog, writing a novel, and writing a play, but I don’t think of them as achievements. My main achievements are bringing up my children. I am proud of the adults they have become.
My daughter is an amazing mum, and is so creative. My son is an amazing artist and creative too. None of these things they get from me. Their dad is the artistic one. I am also proud of their kindness and caring towards to other people.
What aspects of your city or neighborhood are you grateful for?
3 thoughts on “A World of Sharing”
You’re a big HP fan.
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Thanks Diana for Sharing Your World! It sounds like you’ve accomplished much and are very humble about those accomplishments (including raising a fine family). I know I was taught from a young age that ego and boasting were ugly traits and humbleness was the way to be. Nothing wrong with that at all. Keeping your private life private in this day and age is a good trait to have because of the overwhelming number of people willing to steal whatever they can from a person. I enjoyed Harry Potter a great deal, so no boredom here! Share away! 🙂 Have a wonderful week!
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Awwwww, you’re an incredible person, Diana. ^_^
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