On my birthday I decided to be more playful for the year ahead. I can be sooooo serious. Well, seriously?? Yes, I am afraid so. This is why I am grateful to Cee for posing some great questions via Share Your World for some blogging fun. To join in on this challenge, just visit her lovely blog. Or just stick around to take in her gorgeous photography.
Ready for some self-disclosure? Let’s go:
What would be your ideal birthday present, and why?
I just had a birthday and got to celebrate it many times. While I would really like a soulful, purposeful way to serve the planet that also compensates me comfortably, having so many wonderful people in my life is the gift that keeps on giving. But I am still receptive to both!
What color would you like your bedroom to be?
Notice the color of my font.
Would you prefer snowy winters, or not, and why?
Snow is so beautiful, especially as it beings to hit the ground or right after the precipitation ceases and no footprints are evident on the fresh blanket of goodness.
And yet, I would be very pleased if this year was snow-free. Why? because it makes traveling difficult and sometimes treacherous.
Would you rather go a week without bathing, but be able to change your clothes, or a week without a change of clothes, but be able to bathe?
Where did she get this question? When in hermit mode, I don’t really care either way. But after a few days, the socks would have to go!
Bonus question: What are you grateful for from last week, and what are you looking forward to in the week coming up?
Last week was rather disappointing, but I enjoyed a pancake lunch at Cracker Barrel and receiving a check for $11.o1 dollars. That was definitely Spirit-led.
This week I am excited about a possible out-of-town guest, some home remodeling, and my blog giveaway and readings sale. We are very close to reaching 500 followers and my 3rd blogiversary will be here in about a month. Where does the time go?
Most importantly I am grateful for days of decent health, nights of uninterrupted sleep, and guidance to help me see in the dark.
image credits: package by Tanemori (HatenaFotolife) [CC-BY-2.1-jp (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.1/jp/deed.en)], via Wikimedia Commons ; snowy tree via wikipedia.org, public domain; feature image by litebeing chronicles © 2014