We are here on a Sunday once again, and it’s time for Share Your World.
This task comes to us from Cee; it is designed as a way to learn about each other, and what makes each of us us tick. Many thanks to Cee for this challenge; it allows me to accomplish that goal very easily. Here are this week’s four questions:
- Do you believe in ghosts? Yes, but not in the spooky way the word ghosts implies. I believe that we are all eternal beings, and that the spark which makes us who we are joins the cosmic energy flow, after the death of the body. I believe that individuals can be touched by that energy flow, and I know I have been.
- What is your best recipe? I make a mean white pizza — or I did, when I still had my Kitchen-Aid mixer to make the crust. Instead of sauce, I used garlic olive oil. On the pizza, chopped red sweet peppers, scallions, and halved calamata olives. Mozzarella cheese under the toppings, and lots of Feta Cheese on top. Mmmmm-mmmmmmm!
- What is your most favorite smell/scent? Rugosa Roses.
I call them beach roses, because they are often found near salt water, at least here in Maine. They have the most glorious smell, and I know of places that have dozens of bushes with hundreds of blossoms — just stand and breathe.
- What subject was your favorite in all of your schooling? Why? It would have to be 9th Grade English, not because of the subject matter, although I loved English classes. My 9th grade English teacher, Mr. K., was Greek, and looked like and talked like the men we knew in Turkey — kind of blustery and bluff, but with the sweetest heart. To this day I miss him.