Share Your World #38

Here’s another Share Your World entry. If you want to play along, click here. Here are my responses:

Are you a hugger or a non-hugger?ย 

I’m a definite hugger with family and close friends. With people I don’t see all the time, I’m more reserved. I’ve always wanted to be that sweet woman who wraps you in her warm embrace. Alas, not me.

I am, however, a die-hard tree-hugger. ๐Ÿ˜‰

What is your least favorite Candy?

Whoppers. Yuck.

Whatโ€™s the first thing that comes to mind when you hear the word โ€œfunโ€?

Anything that involves my friends and family, whether it’s cooking dinner together, talking, playing games, or an outing. The cameraderie is what makes it fun.

List of Favorite Smells: What smells do you love? Whether itโ€™s vanilla scented candles or the smell of coffee in the morning or the smell of a fresh spring rainโ€ฆmake a list of all the things you love for a little aromatherapy.

  • coffee smells lingering in the house when I walk back in
  • fresh baked bread
  • rivers
  • baby heads
  • oranges, though I’d rather smell than eat them
  • blackberries on the vine
  • the mouldy leaf scent of autumn
  • apples and cinnamon
  • the smell of ozone after a rain
  • daphne
  • wisteria
  • baking brownies
  • the forest
  • the salty sea air

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

I am grateful for last week’s rain. Welcome back, old friend.

I look forward to visiting with an old college friend this weekend.

Thanks again, Cee, for hosting this fun writing challenge.


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