Share Your World Meets Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows
(The Final HP Question Set)
Roger’s Magical, Mystical Questions:
1. Have you ever driven the wrong way on a one-way street? How did this come about?
I did when I was a novice. Now it doesn’t happens at all because there are traffic cops and cameras everywhere.
2. As a kid, did you ever decide to run away? Did you have a plan? Take a pet? Sandwiches?
I was a timid sort of a girl so never had enough guts to plan a getaway.
3. You suddenly found you have a hidden talent for playing a musical instrument. What musical instrument do you hope that accompanies your talent? Any particular song?
I have always wanted to be able to play the flute. A very good friend at school used to play it and did try to teach me and a bunch of other girls. I never went beyond that odd screeching noise. Any song would do.
4. Do you accessorize with jewelry? There was an opal necklace (cursed) and Slytherin’s locket (also cursed) in the Potter story. Have you had any heirloom jewelry passed down through the generations? Is it more ‘keepsake’ or do you wear it on occasion? (Hopefully, yours was not cursed?)
I grew up a Tom boy so didn’t develop much taste for jewelry. A few years back I was encouraged by my close friends to dress “nicely” like a lady but I cannot stick with it as I often forget. And I haven’t got anything handed down to me from my elders. Anything that I could, I sold because money is more useful than jewelry.
Melanie’s Ordinary Muggle Questions:
What ingredients go into YOUR favorite salad?
I like most salads but one I liked the best was made by thinly sliced peaches, cucumbers and sprinkled with feta cheese.
If you care to, share something that really irritates you.
From all over the world, but specially Trump and Boris. I really can’t stand these two Bozos!
What are your favorite ‘lounging around the house’ items of clothing? Now that a lot of people ‘lounge around the house’ waiting for the all clear in respect to Covid being shown the door, have those lounging items changed?
A tee and soft pants with flit flops. My lounging attire hasn’t changed but it’s now my most of the day attire.
My daughter and grandson are finally back home and settling in nicely. It’s really great to have all my kids and grand kids in one city.