Share Your World 2016 Week 50

Here are my answers to Cee’s Share Your World 2016 Week 50

What is your favorite smell? What memory does it remind you of?
The ocean, of course!  Not so much memory but feeling free, breathing in the salt air, sea spray in my hair, being in the moment, connecting with the elements.

What type of pet do you have or want to have?
I would love to have a dog but going out early in the morning in bad weather is making me hesitate.
I also like cats but do not like litter boxes.
Fish, maybe?

Are you usually late, early, or right on time?
Although I don’t wear a watch,  I am always early.

For recharging, would you rather meditate, swim, walk, listen to music, write, read, yoga, qigong other?
Read or listen to music.

About magickmermaid

Day-Dreamer, Moon-Gazer, Confirmed Contrarian, Traveler, Artist, Frustrated Cartoonist, Perennial Fish Out of Water.

24 Responses

  1. We’ve had all three types of pets that you mention. Fish are a lot of work, way more work than cleaning a litter box. The litter box is icky business, but better than being out in the cold first thing in the morning. Dogs can be litter trained, too. Our grand-doggers were litter trained. 🙂

    You always draw such pretty pictures. 🙂

    Have a blessed week!

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      1. I think outside birds are great pets. 🙂 I remember way back when we had a yard full of cardinals and all sorts of other birds. It was great. The poop everywhere was icky, but watching the birds live their lives and raise their families was wonderful. 🙂 Have a blessed day!

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          1. Very lucky! Our yard is a great bird habitat with all levels of trees ans shrubs around. The birds seemed to really enjoy it. Our patio stayed covered in poop. For the most part that was okay. I never went out there except to feed the birds. 🙂

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  2. David E. McClendon Sr.

    These are good answers. We litter trained our grand-doggers, like Suz said. The one she has now is trained to use a disposable pad. It is a little costly, but it works well.

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  3. Fresh baked bread is one of my favorite smells. When I was a child, there was a small bakery on Emma Avenue. In the summer the aroma of fresh baked bread, donuts, cakes, and other confections wafted out the screen door and down the sidewalk. You could buy 3 donuts for a quarter in those days. It was heavenly.

    I’m a dog lover and have had a variety of breeds over the years including hunting dogs. Right now, we have a black lab named Buster. He’s over 14 years old, so I don’t know how much longer he’ll be around.

    Almost any activity I do alone, such as hunting, fishing, or outdoor work helps recharge my mental battery.

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