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It’s time again for the SYW questions that Melanie has asked, and for my answers. Here’s the link to see other entries, and also to join in this fun challenge:


The Questions & My Answers

  • I asked this on an award thingie I was nominated for, and I got such interesting responses, I thought I’d ask it on Share Your World too:  Do you have a favorite kind of tree?

I like all kinds of trees. I think the weeping willow tree is very pretty, and I like the smell of pine trees. The mimosa tree is really nice with it’s delicate pink flowers, too.

  • What bridges are you happy you burned?

Guess I’ve never burned a bridge. I don’t go setting fires around them. I do have some posts about bridges which I might re post again sometime or other. Bridges scare me!

  • Would you sacrifice yourself (die) for a stranger?

No, not normally, but if it was my family member I would.

  • How have your priorities changed since the C-19 virus took over?

Nothing much has changed with us because of the virus. The Mr. goes to the grocery store & uses a mask. I don’t go anywhere, which isn’t that unusual for me on a normal time. If I ever do go somewhere again, I will be leery of every place and every person.


Thanks for visiting! Peace ☮️

© 2020 BS

11 responses »

  1. We have a magnolia tree in the garden opposite and when in bloom it’s glorious, but the blossom doesn’t last and it looks so sad as the petals fall, as if it’s crying.

    • Thanks, Di!
      I’m not sure I’ve ever seen one of the Magnolia trees, but from photos I’ve seen they are really pretty with the flowers. I feel the same about the fruit trees and their blossoms in the spring. They do eventually fall off, but I wish they’d stay all the time. 🙂

  2. Thanks Barbara for Sharing Your World! I’ve never actually seen a mimosa tree…just heard of the cocktail of the same name 😉 It sounds lovely though! Good for you on the whole bridge thing. Even a ‘good’ burn (virtually) tends to burn one, so not doing it might be the better option! It’s very wise to stick to our ‘hermit’ routines during this virus mess. Not a bad thing at all! I’m glad your hubby can get in the groceries though, and wears his mask. Better safe than sorry, yeah? Have a great week! 🙂

    • Thanks, Melanie!
      We had a mimosa tree in our front yard when I was a kid. You know they are a ‘sensitive’ plant, where if you touch their leaves they close up. They are one of the last to flower out in the springtime, when all chance of a freeze is past.
      I don’t usually go places much normally, so staying in hasn’t been much different for me. Even after they say things are back to normal – if ever – I still won’t feel safe.
      I enjoyed the questions! 🙂

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