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Share Your World ~ Litebeing Style

Lately I’ve either been re-blogging or writing about blogging, but not actually doing much writing. I have plenty to say, but my ideas need more time to take shape. So when I happened upon Cee’s blog and the Share Your World feature ( thanks Leigh), I thought ” this will ease me back into the swing of things.” This weekly prompt is a way to share more of yourself, like an award post without the awards.

While it is a trifle off theme, I will answer the questions with playfulness, honesty and a twinkle of inspiration.

So here we go:

Are you a hugger or a non-hugger? It depends. If I know you well or get good vibes, yeah. If I really dig you, you will get an awesome hug, no matter my mood. If I don’t know you or am not close to you and I am in a pissy mood, stay away! I can be either very affectionate or cold as ice. Scorpio Sun ( intense) , Aquarius Rising ( detached) , moon in 4th house ( moody) – need I say more?

What are your favorite toppings on pizza?

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There is nothing ethereal about this, but I adore pizza! I have blogged about it a few times like here and here. I have several favorite toppings: Hawaiian pizza (canadian bacon and pineapple), anchovy and black olive, sausage and mushroom, or white spinach pie ( spinach, ricotta and garlic).

Since I cannot stomach mozzarella cheese too well anymore, I rarely eat pizza, except for the occasional tomato pie or frozen soy cheese version. But more places are cropping up with non dairy cheese, so I am hopeful that my pizza days are far from over.

If you were the original designer of one existing corporate logo, which one would you select?

At first, I had no clue so I went to Google to look at some images. pub domain

I chose the Olympics logo because it contains colorful interlocking circles. The Olympics always make me smile. I love what they symbolize and this logo points to what we can be as a planetary society. This is my version of the new world order, where we live as  peaceful citizens of the world who embrace unity and diversity with excitement and possibility.

Complete this sentence:  Where I can seek my solace is… 

Deep within myself or in the heart of nature. Of course when Dexter was around, he was my walking, talking teddy bear. Beloved old songs or a favorite book or film will also do the trick.

Bonus question:  What are you grateful for from last week, and what are you looking forward to in the week coming up?

Last week: crescent rolls, laughing with my nieces, cold pumpkin pie for breakfast, waking up earlier each morning without an alarm.

This week: making more social plans, a job interview, wearing my new jasper earrings: pub domain

I treated myself to a birthday gift at the Windfall Gallery today. This is a special place with such positive energy. It has been around forever and I just discovered it about a year ago.  An example of magic hiding in plain sight!  I decided to be led to the right item. I set an intention to look for my animal totems.  I saw Owl on one of the shelves, so I knew I would be guided well. I chose olive green and rust colored hanging earrings and was told they are made of Jasper. Jasper is quite old and is used for grounding. It is called the nurturing stone. This will be very helpful indeed. I am always grateful when life offers me pleasant surprises and validates my intentions. I did not know about Jasper, but it knew about me!

Thank you Cee for launching this platform. May your week be filled with laughter, nurturing, pizza and plenty of peace.


image credits:, public domain

10 comments on “Share Your World ~ Litebeing Style

  1. Carol says:

    I love your version of the New World Order. Would that it could be true.


  2. Cee Neuner says:

    I’ve always liked Jasper stone. I’m really glade you decided to play along this week and participate in share your world. Thanks. 😀

    Liked by 1 person

    1. litebeing says:

      Hi Cee,
      Thank you for hosting this. I enjoy the playful aspect and the variety of questions. I also love learning more about folks.


  3. Karin says:

    Thanks for sharing more about yourself, Linda. I love the part about how the owl led you to the right shelf.

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    1. litebeing says:

      Well actually I picked a different shelf, hehe, but the Owl’s presence let me know I ought to buy something. The story goes a little longer.. But my point is that I set an intention and I had no idea I would find an owl in the small store. Owl even showed up at my sister’s house on Thanksgiving 🙂 I must admit I have been lazy with my practices, which goes to show I would be smart to resume some of them.

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  4. yogaleigh says:

    Hey, Linda, glad you joined. Fun to learn more about you!

    Liked by 1 person

    1. litebeing says:

      Glad you left your break to come visit me. Thanks for turning me on to this fun blog activity.

      Liked by 1 person

      1. yogaleigh says:

        Since today is the last day of NaBloPoMo I’m not officially starting until tomorrow. But you’re on that list of bloggers I said I’d still read 🙂

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