Sunday once again, and The Share Your World questions have just arrived from Cee. Share Your World consists of a set of four questions which we bloggers answer, in an effort to let people know us better. Here are my questions and answers:
- How old would you be if you didn’t know how old you are? I think I’d be right where I am. I have a lot of medical stuff going on, but I wasted most of my life worrying about that, and finally I’m at peace and happy to be alive.
- What is the kindest thing anyone has done for you? So many people have done so many kind things for me, I honestly wouldn’t be able to choose one. It could be Mom, who has transported me back and forth to the hospital for ten years, given me money, and a place to live. Thank you so much, Mom. I could name any member of my family; they’ve all done kind things for me. Thanks, everybody. It could be so many; but the one I’ve chosen is sister S. I was in the hospital with severe chest pain, and I was pretty sure I was dying. She and her husband flew up from Florida for the day, and she sat with me and talked to me and reassured me that I was not going to die, and that I would live to smell cut grass again. I’ll never forget that day. Thank you, S.
- What was your favorite childhood television program? Okay, this is a little embarrassing, but by far my favorite was The Brady Bunch. Lost in Space was a close second, with The Carol Burnett Show rounding out the top three.
- Which cooking utensil (other than the usual pots and pans etc) would you miss the most? I live in an apartment with a twenty-six year old kitchen, including a narrow stove-top and oven. The oven temperature fluctuates badly, so in order to avoid burning everything in there, I leave my pizza stone on the middle rack all the time. Of course, when the time comes around for pizza, I don’t even need a pan; just slide the pizza on the stone and let it cook.