Share Your World Sunday Week #32

Here we are finding ourselves looking right into Sunday morning and another [deep male voice over] ..episode of……Share Your World Week(ly)!Brought To You By This Week and Every Week our Beloved Cee.

If you’d like to join us for this crazy fun you will find this week’s questions and the past 31 weeks at Cee’s blog which can be found at:




  • 1. Which would you prefer: a wild, turbulent life filled with joy, sorrow, passion, and adventure–intoxicating successes and stunning setbacks; or a contented bordering on happy, secure, predictable life surrounded by friends and family without such wide swings of fortune and mood?

Absolutely without any doubts, regrets, or looking back I would want a content life with the assurance that I will be surrounded by my family & friends. I’ve never been one for too much excitement in my life maybe even bordering on boring. But as I have grown older and wiser I know what comes with the trappings of a Life in the Fast Lane. No thank you. All these feelings are withstanding anything to do with having a chronic illness. It’s just who I am. Give me a great book, a comfy chair with some plump pillows, my husband Bear, and our family safe; on any Saturday night and I’ll be as happy as any camper. Honestly? Our last big date night was when we went to see Peter Yarrow from Peter Paul & Mary – the folk music trio most famous for hits like “Puff The Magic Dragon” and “I’m leaving On a Jet Plane”.  It was a fabulous evening climaxed by being invited with the entire audience to the stage to sing Puff with Peter and son Chris. Because we live in a fairly small town there could not have been more than a dozen men, women, children, and one baby up on that stage and it was clearly the highlight of my year. So unless you also happen to be a folk music enthusiast I’m willing to think that my life looks pretty laid back to you. And you’d be right. And you’d also be right that I like it this way.

  • 2. Would you like to be famous? In what way

Wait! ……Am I not now,  famous? 

Nah…    Unless I was to write MY Pulitzer I’m not interested


  • 3. If you could cure one disease, what would that be?

This is such a tough one. There are so many, for many reasons personally that I could name, but I will choose Alzheimers and Dementia because it takes away the person’s memories. Without our memories we don’t have much to hold on to. I just happen to believe from what I have witnessed that our memories are what’s unique to ourselves, the very substances that keep us motivated. Our memories are vital to our own well-being. It’s our memories that can help keep us mentally fit.

  • 4.If you were invisible, where would you go?

Since we are pretending here lets pretend; I have a “good” Baroness that sits on my right shoulder, and a” bad” Baroness that sits on my left. The bad Baroness becomes invisible and she takes herself into the most unique clothing boutiques that specialize in vintage clothing. I’d play dress-up with no concern about money, size, or figure. At daybreak just before the sun would rise I’d make quick like a bunny and clean -up and scamper out before I was spotted by anyone.

The good Baroness does not go into her family’s room’s invisible, ever. She knows that the information snooped is information that can cause worry and pain. Instead, she would choose to be able to make herself invisible so that she could ride bareback down the sandy beaches with nothing covering herself but her thick hip length hair.    Just once!



30 thoughts on “Share Your World Sunday Week #32

  1. Pingback: Share Your World Sunday # 35 | Lady Barefoot Baroness

  2. I’m so glad that so many people will admit to getting into devilsh trouble if they were invisible. I certainly would. I keep wishing I had the super power of flying instead of invisibility. Sigh.

    • The supre power of flying would pretty awesome too. I think maybe I’d have hard time choosing.
      I can think of all kinds of things that would be quite devilish if only I’d not be seen. Nothing illeagal or immoral, but definitely silly and with a bit of devil in it.

      Thanks so much for stopping by. I always love to meet new friends~ Come back please. ~ BB

    • Just another thing we happen to agree on. We’ll have to have some P P & M in our background when we get together. How perfect! I’ll share my new Puff the Magic Dragon pop-out book that Peter wrote. It’s beautiful with a little surprise about Jackie Paper.

    • Thanks so much my kind friend, it’s a wonderful feeling to be in a place where everything feels exactly as it should. That’s not to say there are not stumbles, but I have found my deep faith always gets me over those speed bumps. God has shown me a quieter life is a life full of such riches I never knew. I am blessed beyond!

    • Thanks so much Marina, It’s so reassurring to find that my blogging family accepts me for who I am. I was not sure about answering #4, but I have vowed to be honest and transparent in what I write. So, there you go. 🙂

      I’ll be around to check out how you answered this week.~

    • Thanks Tess. I’m so glad that no one has decided to censor me over that one. 🙂
      It’s on my bucket list but I’d be shocked if I could ever make it happen. It would so have to be on a private beach!
      It’s so good to find your warm words here Tess, I’m looking forward to reading your answers this week.

    • Hello Gina, so great to see you. I agree that number one is exactly where I want to be also. Things like this in common are what I find so great about SYW questions. Cee knows how to get to the heart of the matter.
      Its a nice time in life to get to this point. I’ll be over to check out your answers in the next day. Thanks so much for stopping by.

    • Hi Judith Dear! It is odd that we would be split on number one, but I am just looking for a quiet and mellow life now. I think its because of the excitement of raising kids wore me out. LOL… not really. But point taken that there is something magical about the quietness of grandparent hood.

      • I can’t say I empathize, never having raised children, but I think I may have reacted a little quickly, anyway. The thought of a quiet, peaceful life, with day on day of just being present, does sound pretty good, after all. Oh well, the impetuousness has always been part of who I am. 😎

        • That’s what commenting on blogs is all about, spur of the moment thoughts on said subject. I kind of like and love that you rethought after and could see a different out look for yourself on the matter. I think that’s amazing and that yoou shared with me is special.

          Thanks my bibling so much for sharing this with me. ~BB

    • You’re so sweet! It had never occurred to me that it was all about you, I so loved that you played along I was wrapped up in your answers and the spirit of SYW, so no worries ever.

      I’m so glad that you could see both sides of who I am. Or maybe that should be multiple sides. Thanks so much you’re pretty amazing for this. Thank you!

  3. my answers”
    1. a balance of both – of which I have had
    2. sure, why not – but famous in a good way–not for killing someone or something like that
    3. cancer and heart disease – the two things that took my parents
    4. invisibility would give my snoopy heart so much contentment – I am a reporter so I would use my invisibility for mostly good and to get the scoop of a lifetime and retire to write what I want, read what I want, eat what I want, and provide my family with all their needs and some of their wants

You are most welcome to share your thoughts, comments, and/or complaints here. Know though complaints are only handled on the 2nd Tuesday of the week.~ The Management

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