What are you a “natural” at doing?
Reading people, spaces, energy
Would you prefer a one floor house or multiple levels?
I don’t think it matters as much to me as it does to other people. I can honestly say I’ve enjoyed benefits of both, but I quickly realized my single-level house is perfect because it does what two-story houses should do, which is divide public and private spaces and reduce noise one from the other.
It would have been a relief to live in a one-level instead of carrying the people up and down the stairs all the time. Sassy began to walk the day before Moo was born. (I think she did that for my mother.) Pregnancy was even less fun while carrying Giantesse Sassy up skinny wooden steps.
We sought a single level home because of The Mister’s knees, but it works nicely for me, too, especially with laundry.
What was your favorite subject in school?
You’d think I’d say English or lit, but no, in elementary school I loved art, in high school I loved genetics, and in college I loved anthropology. I was so enthralled with anthropology I did all the extra credit for fun and finished each semester with over 100% and whatnot and the department tried to recruit me and I briefly considered it, but you know where anthropologists go? Where it’s HOT. Ewww!
Complete this sentence: If only the rain..
I love rain. I love cool, gray, rainy days more than other days.
What are you grateful for from last week, and what are you looking forward to in the week coming up?
This last week I loved Friday best. The Mister took me out to breakfast, then to the library. We had salad for dinner, which you know is extremely taxing for a cook, what with all the transferring of vegetables from bags to bowls and all that. Mostly we watched House of Cards like sloth beasts until the wee hours and then we went to bed in a rather come hither way. This whole long weekend has been awesome in a high-pitched way. I am always grateful for long weekends.
This week there’s nothing special planned but I’m sure special things will happen anyway.
Cee’s Share Your World is a weekly feature and all are welcome to play along.
What’s happening in your world?