Share Your World February 15 2021

Melanie is the host of SYW

QUESTIONS:

Do you feel you ask enough questions or do you settle for what you know?

I think I do ask questions, but mostly I Google!

Sometimes people get irritated when we get too inquisitive. But as a rule, I think asking questions should be encouraged and so should answering them.

As long as the questions are NOT personal.

When did you fail to speak up when you feel you should have?

When someone was being unkind to me, I was too intimidated by them to speak up. It wasn’t such a big deal at that point but I felt later that I should have stood up for myself. And should have gotten into the habit of doing that. I still struggle to take a stand for myself. I guess old habits die hard.

When was the last time you felt lucky?*

I always feel lucky when I get up in the morning. What if I didn’t get up at all?

Whatever the day brings, I can handle it because I am alive.

What is a boulder?

Boulder is that shoulder that is frozen solid, like a rock. It could be due to the fact that you’re being given the “cold shoulder treatment” or it could actually be a medical condition when the movements of that arm feel so painful that it feels like you’re moving a very heavy load!

GRATITUDE SECTION

Feel free to share your gratitude with everyone!  

GRATITUDE

I am recovering nicely from my gallbladder surgery and am starting to eat somewhat normal food. Even have been able to have coffee a few times. Yay!

#Keepitalive

#SYW

32 thoughts on “Share Your World February 15 2021

  1. Hi Sadje and Melanie, I always find this series interesting and thought-provoking. I agree with Google and I often use Youtube. I agree with you how I feel lucky every morning I get up. I am glad you are recovering. I did not want to outright ask, since it is a ‘personal’ question.Take care. 🙂

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  2. Thank you Sadje for Sharing Your World. I, for one, am extremely glad you’re recovering well! Coffee? I know you love your coffee, so that is a great blessing to have it! I will caution you that from time to time you might find a bit of pain or symptoms as you may have had before your surgery. Some call that the ‘phantom gall bladder attack’. I had mine out in 2009 (ish?) and still get pain from eating the ‘wrong’ foods sometimes, foods that were ‘bad’ because of my gall bladder problems. It’s a mystery! Take care dear!

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