Sharing My World


How did you spend the money from your very first job?

I’m not sure, but when I saved enough I brought my mum and dad a wooden cuckoo clock. I wanted to give back to them what they gave me. A sense of love and knowing I am safe.

Would You Rather Look Like A Potato, Or Feel Like A Potato?  (Note.  I have no idea why they used the word “potato”, but just went with it.  Answer any way you like, this question is purely for fun) I would rather feel like a potato, where I can rest on the couch, with a good book.

What were the best pair of shoes you have owned? I owned a pair of shoes, which were high heeled, but the most comfortable pair I ever brought. They were black and had a strap across the neck of the foot. They didn’t cost much, but were great for going to parties in.

Besides war and diplomacy, what would be the best way for countries to settle disputes? A good game of chess, it is non violent and takes intellect rather than being able to fight. They would shake hands at the end, and nobody would get hurt.

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.

One thought on “Sharing My World

  1. Thanks for Sharing Your World Diana! Your solution to war and diplomacy sounds just the thing! Those shoes sound like they were fun as well as comfy, the best kind! Couch potato sounds just fine. Think of all the reading you could catch up on! 🙂 It also sounds like you had loving parents, what a wonderful childhood! Have a great week!

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