I’m participating in Cee’s Share Your World Challenge today.
What is the perfect pizza?
But if my hubby’s preferences were not taken into account, I would order sausage, green bell pepper, onions, fresh garlic, and mushrooms. (Greg hates garlic and mushrooms. When we were first married, I didn’t eat mushrooms for two years, because he told me they were fungi.)
What is your favorite time of day?
It depends. I could say morning. I used to be a morning person, but now I’m a slow starter. It takes me a couple of hours before I’m in gear. In this hot weather, my first order of business is to take Rudi, our dachshund, out for a walk, before the sidewalk gets so hot that it burns her little paws. But it used to be I’d go outside under the gazebo to eat my breakfast and read the morning paper. It doesn’t get any better than that.
Afternoon is my favorite time for writing. I’ve taken care of chores and appointments, and maybe I won’t be interrupted for four hours.
Evenings after my hubby goes to sleep is my favorite time to read, because it’s quiet and there are no distractions (other than my own fatigue). Occasionally I’ll take a swim in the pool, which is kind of fun in the dark.
I also love it when I get to watch the sunrise or the sunset.
Show us two of your favorite photographs. The photos can be from anytime in your life span. Explain why they are your favorites.
I found these photographs on Pinterest. I have no idea who took them. If anyone knows who the photographers are, please comment below, so that I can give them credit for their gorgeous work.
I love the fiddler. I saved this picture because I want to paint this scene and/or use it for a story prompt.
And I love the lighthouse photo because it perfectly illustrates the peril of the angry sea.
Complete this sentence: I’m looking forward to….
…meeting with the ladies of my critique group tomorrow. They give me great feedback on my writing, and I love reading what they’re working on.
Bonus question: What are you grateful for from last week, and what are you looking forward to in the week coming up?
Yesterday was my son Matthew’s thirty-fourth birthday, and I am grateful that he’s part of my world. Tonight we’ll celebrate by going out for Chinese food.