Share your world: Week 13

Do you believe in extraterrestrials or life on other planets?
That one’s in my ‘Sitting on the Fence’ folder. It would take a lot to convince me that UFOs and alien abductions have a ring of truth, but life on other planets… Probably. Mostly I wish we’d stop spending $quillions trying to prove it, when the money would be better spent on this one. All very well to expand the sum of human intelligence with regard to the universe, but half the earth’s population would just be grateful for a meal or two, let alone the education to know what the gurus are talking about. It’s as if we’re saying ‘OK, that’s one party successfully trashed, let’s move on and see if we can find another one to crash.’

What type of pet or pets do not want to have?
Any of them, at the moment. I live in an apartment and go away a lot. Very unfair on them, very stressful for me.

If you were a crayon, what color would you be?
Green. What would the world be without it? It’s also the colour of the heart chakra, but I only discovered that years after I was already hooked.





What type of transportation would you be? Why?
A Sydney Harbour ferry. Days of productive serenity; days of drama in rough weather just to keep life interesting. Different passengers every trip, each one with a story of their own; sharing the water with sailboats and cargo ships. And the scenery’s pretty good, too.

Bonus question: What are you grateful for from last week, and what are you looking forward to in the week coming up?
Being home. Spending time in Sydney has a definite upside – time with family – but this is where my soul lives (cue violins). It’s not everyone’s cup of tea – not a lot happens in beautiful downtown SWR – but for me, it’s perfect. And thank you, Chris, for telling me that’s OK.
Next week? More of the same.

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6 Responses to Share your world: Week 13

  1. Cee Neuner says:

    I love small towns and live in one myself. Chris has definitely helped out a lot of us introverts understand and accept ourselves. Thanks for sharing.

  2. Chris Donner says:

    You are very welcome, Helen. Isn’t it wonderful to feel good about just being who we are? Hugs 🙂

  3. bkpyett says:

    Yes, what would the world be like without green? Very dull indeed.

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