It’s Monday and Melanie is out with another edition of Share Your World. This week Melanie has solicited questions from other bloggers. Let’s see what they want us to share.
Cyranny (Cyranny’s Cove) asks, “What’s the worst day of the week for you? Why?”
As a retiree, I’d have to say that every day is pretty much the same as every other day, so I don’t have a specific day each week that is either the worst day or the best day. But in general, some days are better than others.
Mrs A (Jazzocracy) asks, “Would you ever consider posing naked or semi-naked for the camera or a live audience (acting in a play)?”
I might have in my younger days. In fact, back in the day, I did occasionally go to a naturist/nudist park where I, along with everyone else, was nude. And there used to be a flooded rock quarry where my friends and I would go skinny dipping. But those days are long over. Who wants to see an old fart like me posing naked or being naked on a stage? Ew!
Di (Pensitivity101) asks, “With the recent energy crisis here in the UK, would you prefer electric, gas, oil or some other means of heating your home?”
Our home is heated by natural gas. We also have a gas range in the kitchen, a gas fireplace in our family room, a gas fire pit in our backyard, and a gas barbecue grill on our patio. So I’m partial to natural gas. That said, we have an electric car and electric bicycles.
For what it’s worth, we would have preferred a wood burning fireplace and fire pit, but local laws would not permit those due to environmental concerns.
Marilyn (Serendipity) asks, “In your household, who takes care of the bills, taxes, and other financial stuff? Is one person responsible or is it a shared chore?”
That would be me. It’s not a shared chore. I take care of all of our financial matters. That way, if I’m ever arrested for tax evasion, my wife can claim no knowledge of my misdeeds.
Yinglan (This is Another Story) asks, “If you can have any one job (real or fiction) in the galaxy (yes, the galaxy, I’m widening the search radius, imagining relocation to other planets possible), what is that job?”
Intergalactic blogging phenom.
And finally, Melanie asks, “Who are you grateful for?”
My wife, who keeps me alive by making me eat healthy meals, who makes me go on long, vigorous walks with her to keep me physically fit, and who keeps my mind sharp by forcing me to use my brain periodically when I’d prefer to just veg out in front of the TV.