Sharing My World This Week
Did you have to help out with chores when you were growing up? If so, what were you assigned to do?
Mum was not as strict as some parents about chores. She expected us to keep our rooms tidy and pick up our toys but we did not have to do regular chores.
Have you ever researched your family tree? What do you know about your family’s roots?
I did do a little although after you get to a certain point it can become expensive getting certificates to verify the names and dates when you live in a country other than the one where you were born. I think it is an interesting subject. My roots are mostly English on both sides although one grandparent was born in Canada.
What’s your cure for hiccups?
I don’t really have one. I try holding my breath but it doesn’t seem to work all that well. I’ve tried drinking a glass of water which also doesn’t seem to help a lot. I think in the end they go away of their own accord.
What makes you roll your eyes every time you hear it? Either figuratively or literally?
Election promises. You know that there is an election due when politicians start bringing out plans for projects that you know will get dumped as soon as the election is over. In Australia, the favourite one is the Very Fast Train between Sydney and Melbourne. I have heard that one so often that when I hear it is being talked about I just assume someone thinks it is a vote winner. Other favourites are “new flag” and “Have a referendum to decide if we should become a republic.”
Share a gratitude or positive moment or experience from 2019 so far.
The year is barely a week old and there has not been much positive news in the papers. There are bushfires burning around the country including in the Tasmanian Wilderness, our politicians are still behaving badly, India beat us at cricket, Trump is still an idiot. In other words business as usual.
In my own little world, I try and find positive moments where I can. I’m enjoying listening to the Harry Potter books on Audible and someone is coming to look at my house tomorrow. Maybe they will want to buy it.
Thanks for Sharing Your World! 🙂 Yes, sadly 2019 is brand new and the same old same old ideology is still in place. *sigh* Well there’s always 2020, right?? Have a great week! 🙂
LikeLiked by 1 person