Each week Cee Neuner poses four interesting questions for us to answer in her Share Your World posts. Here are her questions for this week.
A class you wish you would have taken?
In the ninth grade, I was invited to be a member of the school’s chorus and I was thrilled to be included in that class. But I had, before I knew that I was even being considered for the chorus, applied for an advanced industrial arts course called the Industrial Art Research Lab. Only 12 students were invited to be in the IARL, and when I was selected, I felt compelled to accept it and to turn down the invitation to be in the chorus, even though that was my preference. As I look back, I wonder how being in the chorus, versus taking the IARL, might have altered the course of my life. Of course, I was 14 at the time, and my voice was changing, so maybe, in hindsight, it was a good decision.
Are you scared of heights?
No. That said, I’m not likely to go standing on the edge of a steep cliff and bend over to get a better view of the precipice.
Are you a good cook? If so, do you consider yourself a chef?
I am a great cook of anything that can be “cooked” in a microwave oven. The closest I’ve ever come to being a chef is when I open up a can of Chef Boyardee ravioli and heat it up in the microwave.What did you appreciate or what made you smile this past week?
This past Saturday, my two adult children, their significant others, and a few close friends came over and spent the day at our home. It was a very pleasant day that I really appreciated and that still makes me smile.