Share Your World 9-14-2020

Melanie and Roger are sharing Share Your World prompts for the next couple of weeks. You can join in by leaving your links to your answers on both blogs.

Like Pizza, it’s a sharing thing.

Roger’s Magical, Mystical Questions

  1. You have just been gifted a magic wand that specializes in completing household chores. You can request the completion of only two household chores. Which chores would you assign your wand to complete?
    Dusting and ironing. I take it that would be forever???
  2. At the local Wizards-R-Us store there was a sale on handshake shockers, instant darkness pellets, and levitation pills. Which of these ‘party thrillers’ are you more likely to purchase?
    Levitation pills as I would love to see some people simply float away!
  3. In the alley behind Wizards-R-Us, there was a tradesman selling a Love Potion. The sales pitch was too much for you and you yielded and purchased one vial. What do you do with it?
    Not believing for one minute it would work, I’d put it in MIL’s tea.
  4. You are the Great Clearinghouse Winner of a new ‘good luck’ potion – Felix Felicis. It has to be used within the next thirty days or its potency becomes diminished. Do you use it? Do you give it to a friend in need?
    I’d like to share, but if not the potion, hopefully whatever good luck came my way.

Melanie’s Mundane Muggle Questions:

  1. If everyone spoke their mind, would this world be a better or worse place?  Why?
    It would be extremely noisy as no-one would hold their peace. Chances are nobody in power would listen anyway!
  2. Can achieving nothing make a person happy?
    Sobering thought as every day we all achieve something, even if it’s getting out of bed, getting washed and dressed, and eating. Throw in having a pet, and their needs come into the frame, so you are looking after them, another achievement. But to actually achieve nothing at all? I find that quite sad.
  3. How do you know if you love someone enough to marry them?
    Good question! Hubby and I got hitched because it seemed the most natural thing to do. The individuals known as Him and Me ceased to exist after a few months and we grew together as an Us.
    My Dad always said that you don’t really know someone until you live with them, but that isn’t really the issue as we ‘re looking for that special someone we can’t live without.

Gratitude moment:
I’ve found that Special Someone (and her)

About pensitivity101

I am a retired number cruncher with a vivid imagination and wacky sense of humour which extends to short stories and poetry. I love to cook and am a bit of a dog whisperer as I get on better with them than people sometimes! We have an elderly dog called Maggie who adopted us as a 7 week old pup in March 2005. From 2014 to 2017 'Home' was a 41 foot narrow boat where we made strong friendships both on and off the water. We were close to nature enjoying swan and duck families for neighbours, and it was a fascinating chapter in our lives. We now reside in a small bungalow on the Lincolnshire coast where we have forged new friendships and interests.
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19 Responses to Share Your World 9-14-2020

  1. Thanks Di for Sharing Your World and your lovely family with me! I love that photo! It sounds as if you didn’t need the potion (although if your MIL is a bit of a witch, maybe it would soften her up?) because you have found your love. That’s a rare thing and certainly worth gratitude for having it! Have a great week and a pet and cuddle to Ms. Maggie.

    • MIL was not easy to get on with and passed away two years ago as did Hubby’s sister (their funerals were a week or so apart) but nobody told us even though BIL had our email and phone number.

      • I think that’s just nasty. Especially because it was your husband’s mother and sister…what kind of family does that? My own did towards my father and us as his children, most of his siblings didn’t attend his funeral, and when his sister died last April, we weren’t even told about it. She was the nicest of his sisters too…

      • The irony is it’s not an issue for him. IMO she did not treat him as a mother should a son and between the two of them, they alienated him from their lives. His family commitment died when his dad did. His BIL is a nasty piece of work.

  2. Sadje says:

    So sweetly answered, the last two questions.

  3. Sadje says:

    Where did my comment go?

  4. Sadje says:

    Loved your last answer and the gratitude part.

  5. Ian Kay says:

    What’s “ironing”? 😁

    Good answers though!

  6. murisopsis says:

    These questions were very interesting and the responses were too!

  7. Dora says:

    Yep, dusting definitely 🙂 Enjoyed your responses, Di.

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