Share Your World – October 30, 2017

Where do you eat breakfast?

Given the choice of anyone in the world, whom would you want have a evening with?

If you could be a tree or plant, what would you be?

What inspired you or what did you appreciate this past week?  Feel free to use a quote, a photo, a story, or even a combination. 

Even though I oftentimes will add photos to my answers, it is not a requirement to participate in Share your World.

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I will post four different questions each week for you to answer.  There are two ways which you can participate.

  1. Create a SYW  post.  Then post the link to your blog in my comment box or leave your answers in the comments box of my blog.
  2. To make it easy for others to check out your photos, title your blog post “Share Your World” or “SYW” tag.
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I usually will respond to your entry on your blog, rather than on my page.

HERE ARE MY ANSWERS

Where do you eat breakfast? 99% of the time at my computer.  If I am having a good breakfast, I will stop what I am doing and just eat and enjoy my food.  But usually I’m blogging.

Given the choice of anyone in the world, whom would you want have a evening with?  Chris is my first choice.  I know that sounds silly, but it’s true.  I would love a nice evening out with her at a nice restaurant and good food.  The one thing Canby does not have is good restaurants.  Fast food is the best we get.  Even most of the restaurants are only open a year or two and then they close do to lack of business and bad cooking.  Of course we can always share the evening with some like minded people and make an introvert party out of it.

Octopus tree, Canby, Oregon.

If you could be a tree or plant, what would you be?  I would have to pick a tree.  If I’m not a 2,000 year old Redwood,  I would like to be an octopus tree (Stika Spruce tree).  Typical of such specially chosen trees, the branches of this spruce were forced downward toward a horizontal position when they were still flexible, finally extending about 16 feet from the base. When allowed to resume vertical growth, each branch reached skyward to more than 100 feet, creating the distinctive shape.  Note:  There is also an Octopus Tree at Cape Meares Lighthouse in Oregon.

What inspired you or what did you appreciate this past week?  Feel free to use a quote, a photo, a story, or even a combination.

The weather was my inspiration last week.  It was perfect weather close to 70 or higher each day.  Slightly breezy and all week autumn leaves were blowing all over.  It was heavenly to be outside.  Now our trees are almost bare.  The few leaves still on trees are continuing to fall this morning.

Qi (energy) hugs

Cee

65 Comments

  1. My first time to do SYW didn’t answer all the questions. Hey I wouldn’t mind hanging out with you Miss Cee *. One of these days I’m gonna drive up the coast and drop in. Maybe even call ahead 😉

    *BTW I once had a group of students that called me Miss C.

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  2. I am SO glad to discover that we are not the only small town with lousy restaurants. Our are awful. The food is awful so people go once and never again. When we get that rare moment when we can eat in a nice place with good food, it’s special. REALLY special.

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  3. What a great tree! And I feel your pain with the lack of good restaurants. We now have a few, but whenever the question is posed what people would like to see, the folks of my small town clamor for more of the same – fast food and chain restaurants. I wish they knew what they were missing.

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  4. The Octopus Tree is so intriguing! It’s like it started life thinking it wanted to just hunker down and relax, then in its teen years, decided nope, it needed to reach for the heavens.

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