I’m back home again now and winter is really getting into its stride down here. It was minus 6 the other day but at the moment it’s overcast and drizzling with rain.
As you may know, I’ve been sharing my husband’s answers recently in my Share Your World posts, and it’s been fun to hear your responses. Last week I added mum’s answers to the questions which also had a good response, especially her broccoli answer – it seems like she’s not alone in her dislike of these little green trees! This week I’m back home with my husband so he has unknowingly answered as below 🙂
Q. For your main meal do you prefer sweet and sour, hot and spicy, spicy and sweet, bitter, salty, bland or other?
Me: Although I do admit to having a sweet tooth for desserts, for a main meal I enjoy a combination of spicy and sweet and hot and spicy. I’m not a great cook but I try hard to mix it up a bit. I have a yummy recipe that combines chorizo, bacon, tomatoes and chilli which is always well received.
Mr H: Sweet and sour – he will eat almost anything put in front of him!
Q. Where do you hide junk when people come over?
Me: How did you know I do that? In one of our spare bedrooms, but I am trying to cut down on the amount of junk we have lying around.
Mr H: What junk? – I think he’s in denial!
What daily habit would you like to introduce to your life?
My first thought is some form of consistency but then I like being spontaneous, so that may clash. At the moment I’m working hard on just trying to sit quietly with no distractions, no devices plugged in, just sitting and letting my mind roam where it wants to go….
Mr H: A daily walk along the beach. I had a few days of doing that last week and I must say it was amazing and very tempting to join that lifestyle.
If you were to perform in the circus, what would you do?
Me: Because I know it’s never going to happen, I will say a trapeze artist. In real life I hate heights and edges and looking down at drops below me, so if I joined the circus I would become the one who flies above your heads, swinging upside down from trapezes and screaming insanely all the way. I’m definitely not one of those elegant, cool calm and collected types of artists who look glamorous while performing death defying feats!
A clown (who knew, although he does make a good Where’s Wally)
Bonus questions: What are grateful for from last week? It was absolutely delightful having a week of warm weather up north last week. I can see why many grey nomads go travelling with their caravans at this time of year, but I’m not in a hurry to join them just yet (if ever).
What are you looking forward to in the week ahead? Spending time at home with no real plans for the next few weeks, which is very unusual for me!
I love the idea of getting to know a bit more about other bloggers (and other family members) and this is a great way of doing just that. Please note I never sit and think too long about the questions, I usually put in the first things that come into my head. It’s way more fun that way 🙂
Are you wondering What Share Your World is all about?
Cee’s Share Your World is a fun way to get to know each other through our blogs. Cee posts four random questions for those who want to participate and it’s always interesting to read what others have written in their responses.
- Answer four questions each week.
- Bonus Questions are always the same “What are you grateful for from last week, and what are you looking forward to in the week coming up?” Because we all need to be reminded that there are many things in our lives to be grateful about.
The idea is to answer the questions without overthinking them and just have FUN. Feel free to join in by copying the questions, writing your answers in a new post and linking back to Cee’s original post.
Thanks again for visiting my world. You can see all my past Share Your World posts here if you’re keen – Share Your World
Feel free to join in with this fun challenge and remember I always love hearing from you if you’d like to leave me a comment.
Enjoy the week ahead everyone!
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