Share My World – Tree Climbing And Rainy Days

I haven’t done this in awhile, but why don’t we “share our worlds?!” (I mean, outside of what we already do. Let me know how you would answer these questions, and then go back to the originally poster and let them know, too!!

Are you a traveler or a homebody? 

Ooh, I’m a traveler! I love to be on the road! Check out adventures I’ve had under the travel tag!

What kind of TV commercial would you like to make? Describe it.

I think my commercial would be the top 10 trees to climb in the world. So then I would get to travel. There would be location-establishing shots with little labels on the bottom of the screen, then close-up shots of the trees, then talking to arborists about the species of the trees and their virtues, and then a smattering of shots of me climbing the tree. And then the gag reel would be me getting down, as graceful as that is.

Describe yourself in a word that starts with the first letter of your name.

I love alliteration; I can do this all day. Sassy? Sarcastic? Smart? Spirited? Super? Snuggly? Savoring? Spiritual? Studious? Steadfast?

List some fun things for a rainy day.

Sans child: Reading, writing, snuggling, watching TV, drawing, crocheting.

Avec child: Reading (different books though), playing with blocks, coloring, bouncing balls in the basement, rocking and singing by the window, crawling around like bears.

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

I am grateful for some talks Cohiba and I have had.

I’m looking forward to seeing friends in St. Louis next week.

7 thoughts on “Share My World – Tree Climbing And Rainy Days

  1. I think I’m a homebody that travels a lot, I’d be in a commercial that has something to do with cheesecake, subtle/sensitive/sometimes serene sometimes stressed (but always pretty)still (unless there’s a fire, or some fun to be had), eating in front of the tv, backache has improved, continued improvement.

  2. I am definitely more a traveler than a homebody. And hope that through the years, that will always be true.

    If I could do a commercial, it would be for books. I used to do book talks for schools that were having book fairs, to describe what they were about since so many kids would never bother to turn them over and read the back covers. I loved it!!! I truly felt that I could find the perfect book for anyone, and looked at the non-readers as a challenge.

    1. Gee, I would never have guessed the travel thing. 🙂 What a fun job, the book talks! And I’m sure your energy came through, which made the kids more energized!

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