Share Your World – Q & A


Share Your World – Q & ASYWbanner319


It’s time again for the SYW questions from Melanie, and answers from me! To join in, just click the above link. It’s fun! Thanks, Melanie! ๐Ÿ™‚


The Q & A:

What do you think of professional motivational speakers?ย  Do you think they motivate? … I don’t think much about these kinds of speakers. I don’t really listen to any, anyway, but I guess some people get all fired up listening to them. Mostly their speeches are too long and they act like they are the know all and be all of whatever they are talking about.

ย Do you have a favorite flavor? … Oh, lots of favorite flavors – like cinnamon, vanilla, peppermint, and even cilantro, of course not all at the same time.


While out walking, you hear a rustling in some bushes.ย  What do you think of? … I’d probably think it was a cat, or a rattlesnake, but wish it would be an alien or a ghost!


Whatโ€™s your ideal temperature (nature-wise)?ย  ย Hot, cold, temperate and mild, humid or bone dry? … I like hot and dry mostly, but a nice rainstorm is most welcome from time to time. Guess I live in a place I like – west TX where we can get up to 115 degrees with the sand blowing. If the temp gets below 90 I’m too cold and need a jacket!


Thanks for visiting! Peace โ˜ฎ๏ธ

ยฉ 2020 BS


10 responses »

  1. Thanks Barbara for Sharing Your World! Motivational speakers aren’t for everyone. Another blogger commented that they were bored silly by such within a very short time and that’s me too. People in that profession seem to love the sound of their own voices the best. Your flavor selections are great! ๐Ÿ™‚ Cilantro added to the others would be rather nasty tasting I suspect, and I love cilantro! I hope some day you find your ghost or alien in the shrubbery and are able to take a picture to prove you saw it and that yes, they are real and walk among us sometimes ๐Ÿ˜† Ninety degrees for me is too danged hot and 115? Is ‘stay in my house under the A/C until it cools down” weather. Fortunately so far it hasn’t gotten that warm in Utah, and I’m wondering if it even will at all.

    • Thanks, Melanie! Agreed on the speakers!
      Our nick name for cilantro is oxygen, because when I crush the leaves and smell it I want to take a huge breath of the wonderfulness. So good to dip fresh leaves in hot sauce or sour cream, too.
      Yeah, if I ever do see a ghost or alien, I’ll try to take a picture. ๐Ÿ™‚
      Definitely have to have A/C here in the summertime. Then when we do get some rain it is so refreshing.

  2. I’m with you on motivational speakers. And now I realize why you mentioned tornadoes in another post: you live in TX. Your temps sound quite extreme. Do your hair and skin get really dry? Do you see a lot of snakes?

    • Thanks, Katherine!
      Yes, I’ve been scared of tornadoes since the F5 one I was in years ago. You just never know around here if one will drop down from any thunderstorm with not much warning. Definitely hot here in the summer, but as they say it is a dry heat. Now today we are a bit humid, as rain is in the forecast, but normally it’s in the single digits. haha – yep – dry and itchy! I don’t see snakes, though I’m sure they are around somewhere. I’m hardly ever outside though. ๐Ÿ™‚

    • Thanks, Bill!
      haha that would be amazing if I could see breath at 89 degrees. I wish we could just dial up whatever weather we wanted every day. ๐Ÿ™‚

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