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October 20, 2014

Groceries- in final edits

Completed the cover for Groceries today!

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Share your world – wk 3

This is in answer to the questions provided by Cee’s Share Your World Wk 42.

What would be your preference, awake before dawn or awake before noon?

Before noon, where I live dawn really moves around. Though as winter gets closer dawn gets later and later. So I am up before dawn, sleep could be a wonderful thing.  If I could just sleep in the summer past sunrise that would be awesome.

If you could choose between Wisdom and Luck, which one would you pick?

Wisdom, luck could be either good or bad. With wisdom you can see the choices you have for the path in front of you.

If you were given the opportunity for free skydiving lessons would you take them? Why or why not?

Why not? I’ll only live once. Even though I have a hard time imaging jumping out of a perfectly good plane.

Is the glass half empty or half full? What is in the glass?

I honestly drift between the two. Sometimes the glass is half empty when I look at where I am at. Then when I truly look where I am at and where I am HEADING the glass is half full.

As to what’s in it? Something shiny…

Bonus question:  What are you grateful for from last week, and what are you looking forward to in the week coming up?

I guess I am grateful I made it through last week. I am looking forward to payday. That is always a good day!

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