Sharing my worlds and views

Melanie, our gracious host of SYW has asked the following questions this week;

Welcome to Share Your World! 

Questions

Who do you think is an example of a successful person?

Any person who is content in life has enough to live by, and owes nothing to anyone. He could be a billionaire or an average person. The key to success is contentment.

Why are you doing what you’re currently doing? (take this in any context you like, either as a “what you’re doing RIGHT NOW THIS SECOND” or “what you’re doing in your life at this point” or any other way that occurs to you. The question is a bit ambiguous..)

Right now I’m cooking dinner, writing my post and would be leaving to pick up my grandson in about half an hour. In general terms, I’m living a relaxed life with nothing much to do other than supervise my grandson, look after the meals, and blog. Overall, enjoying life!

What is your personal theme song?

Any current song that clicks with me. Right now, I like this song from ;

One Republic;

What do you think about tofu?

I think I am the only one who is going to say that I love tofu. Being an almost vegetarian, tofu is a great option as a meat substitute. I like it with noodles, as a gravy and In soup. The trick is to choose the right one ( I like firm or extra firm) and to cook it right.

GRATITUDE SECTION (as always, optional)

Where did you find bliss this past week?

Last two week were the winter break. We went to Lahore and met all the family there. Had a wonderful time there. Met Dinky too, who is now a fully grown cat.

Thanks Melanie for these interesting questions.

#Keepitalive

#SYW

35 thoughts on “Sharing my worlds and views

  1. Thank you for Sharing Your Beautiful World Sadje! It’s always a pleasure to read your answers, they’re always uplifting and positive! 🙂 You and Laura are the two bloggers who admit to enjoying tofu. Most say they never think about it to start, and if they did, they wouldn’t eat it. I’ve only ever had it in Miso soup (a Japanese soup) and it’s great in there. I’m sure you’re right – it’s in the preparation and cooking. Anything can be ruined by over or under cooking or the wrong seasonings. Have a great week and Dinky isn’t so small any more is he? He’s beautiful btw! 🙂

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    1. I regret that tofu here is very expensive as it is imported. Otherwise I’d still be making dishes with it. Yup Dinky is all big boy now. This wasn’t a good picture as he wouldn’t sit still for me.

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  2. I so so love your definition of a successful person! And Tofu is a vegan alternative to paneer. I totally don’t get why people hate it. Atleast one among very few high-protein options available to us vegetarians 🤷‍♀️ Dinky is adorable! I wouldn’t call Dinky a cat, but rather an “adolescent” 🤡 (much like myself).

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    1. Thank you so much Sam. Your comments always make me happy. Much appreciation for your kindness. Yes, I don’t get it too, regarding tofu. Perhaps they didn’t cook it right. And it’s better than paneer because it takes on the flavor of whatever it’s cooked with and paneer has its own distinct taste.
      Dinky is a teenager like you, 🤩

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