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In case you’re nosy enough, I’ll link my previous answers at the end of each post. Previous questions, with answers, from Cee’s Photography are found here.
1. What makes you feel the most secure?
- Although I want to say control, that’s not entirely true. I get a false sense of security when I have too much control over my life. I think the thing that makes me feel most secure is when I’m walking in trust and faith in my Higher Power. Emotionally speaking, I feel most secure when I’m heard, understood, and respected by others.
- Although I believe heels are a great representation of a part of who I am, that’s not the shoe I’d like to be. A sole-less shoe would be my pick. They have such a feeling of freedom, flexibility, yet strength. I’ve never actually worn sole-less (barefoot) sandals, but I have considered crocheting them before.
3. How many languages do you speak?
- One. Hun speaks Spanish and I’m picking up a few words here and there, but really can’t speak it for even 1 comprehensible sentence.
4.What was the largest city you have been to? What is the one thing you remember most?
- New York City, with Atlanta as a runner-up. In New York, I remember the traffic, literal bumper-to-bumper traffic. People had bumper guards on their cars, seriously. I also remember feeling lost and confused as different parts of the city have their own life. I haven’t been to Times Square or even in the vicinity of it though. I always thought it’d be interesting to be there for New Year’s, but not in the crowd. In Atlanta, I remember this great southern food restaurant (can’t remember the name) and a fight. A fight I had with my travel companion.
Bonus question: What are you grateful for from last week, and what are you looking forward to in the week coming up?
- I’m grateful for Hun and that he’s a great dad to Baby Boy. I’m grateful for a renewed relationship with my dad and the love that’s present in it. This week there’s nothing planned. I am looking forward to finishing a Maya Angelou book and returning it to the library without incurring late fees. I’m also looking forward to a relaxing and fun weekend, that so far has no plans.
Head on over to Cee’s Photography – Share Your World and let me know a little something extra about your!
- Prior “Share Your World” answers of mine are here.