Share Your World – Week of September 6, 2021

Do you believe in soul-mates?  (Melanie’s definition of ‘soul mate’ is the IDEAL partner romantically).

I do believe in soul-mates. I believe each person has a better half out there somewhere whether it’s the same or opposite gender and when they meet, they’d know it because it will be finding the missing piece you didn’t know you’ve been looking for.

What are three scents you like?

Lavender, recently found Echinacea has a scent and I quite like it, and spearmint.

What are some things that you might be considered too old to do, but that you enjoy?

I used to hog the swing way back in elementary school. I would often swing for the duration of recess instead of making friends. I still enjoy a good swing nowadays though for some reason, I get dizzy easily now and can’t swing for more than a few minutes before having to get off and stand up.

What is one food you absolutely refuse to share?

A sandwich, if you can call that one food. When my aunt lived at my house, whenever I make a sandwich, right just as I was about to take a bite, she would say, “let me try some.” How does one share a sandwich? Cut in half? She doesn’t want a whole sandwich, how frustrated is that? All she wanted was a mouthful and I refuse to eat the thing that someone just bit into.

So no, you can’t have my sandwich. I can make you one but you can’t have mine.

Share Your World Challenge

2 thoughts on “Share Your World – Week of September 6, 2021

  1. Thanks, Yinglan, for Sharing Your World! 🙂 Lovely thoughts on the soul mate. I hope one day you find yours! All of those scents are very soothing and relaxing, and Echinacea makes a wonderful tea when one’s stomach is upset. With honey, it’s a treat in a cup! Swinging in the playground swings was something I enjoyed as well when I was in grade school (and beyond), but like you, I have a touch of vertigo now and can’t do it very long. 😦 And the sandwich is something that’s really too small to share unless it’s a hoagie or one of those really long ones on French bread or something. I’d have cut her off a small corner piece and handed it to her. Eating something someone else has touched (bitten into or licked or gotten saliva on) is just disgusting, I agree! Have a wonderful weekend! 🙂


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