Weekly Cee Neuner tosses some questions out for anyone to answer about what makes them tick. Many of my readers may not find some of this too interesting, but it is a social kind of thing which I am told is a necessary process of learning about yourself.
Was school easy or difficult for you? How so?
I found school quite interesting before I became a teen. At that point I steadily lost interest. I manages to get through high school finish an Associate’s degree and a Bachelor’s degree, but it was not easy. Since then I have taken more classes and excelled, so I understand it was basically a lack of focus as I wanted to move to other things.
List some of your favorite types of animals.
I like turtles and especially the giant tortoises like the ones found in the Galapagos. I also favor Penguins, polar bears and the humpback whales we saw on our recent Alaska trip.
What is your favorite large city you have been to? What is the one thing you remember most?
Nineteen years ago I had the opportunity to visit Minneapolis, Minnesota for my job. While there I took in the Mall of America as well as a Major League Baseball game involving the Minnesota Twins and the Toronto Blue Jays. I liked the range of activities available in a major city, but am most comfortable in my small town of less than 15,000 people.
What inspired you or what did you appreciate this past week? Feel free to use a quote, a photo, a story, or even a combination.
Last weekend at my church we had a missions night where we assembled something called Flood Buckets. Basically it is a kit contained in a bucket for someone dealing with flooding from wither a rain event or hurricane to use while cleaning their home so they can try to put their life back together. I was inspired that so many people from my church came out to accomplish this.
Share Your World – October 23, 2017