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For tonight’s blog, it’s all about giving you a glimpse in my world through the share your world challenge. It’s one of the challenges run here in the blogosphere that make for fun and interesting reads while also connecting you to others bloggers. So here it goes.
If you were having difficulty on an important test and could safely cheat by looking at someone else’s paper, would you do so? I’m not good at being bad. So no I wouldn’t cheat because know I’d get caught.
What things in nature do you find most beautiful? I love the beautiful sunsets that light the Florida sky. Also a top the items I find to be most beautiful are flowers, the beach, the fjords, mountains and waterfalls. The Norwegian countryside was beyond beautiful. Neither pictures nor words can adequately describe its beauty.
Complete this sentence: When I travel I love to… I love to stay in the neighborhoods and experience the city or country as a local. Consequently, we stayed in AirBnB’s in both Bergen and Oslo while travelling throughout Norway. These accommodations were in the neighborhoods away, but not too far from the tourist sights. In Oslo, our apartment had the cutest nest like area over the kitchen where the younger two boys could sleep. Fortunately, they loved their little area. Goalielocks had a similar room when we were in Bergen, which he also loved. Nevertheless, the point is I want to be immersed in the culture of where ever I have traveled to.
What inspired you or what did you appreciate this past week? This week I was heavily inspired by my dear friend Debbie, here family and our friends. Months of hard work culminated with the Purple Stride event Sunday morning. After the event, I was looking to see updated fundraising totals on the site and noticed a quote from Debbie. Here’s here quote that as a part of her keynote speech at the 2016 Broward Palm Beach Purple Stride event.
“My first PurpleStride was in 2015. I wanted to complete the 5K as my own personal challenge. Being able to attend my second PurpleStride this year in 2016, was about showing that patients can live, cherish the moments they have in their lives, teach others to celebrate their own lives and to remember the gifts of those lives that are no longer with us.”
Tonight’s song comes to us courtesy of Tom Petty. Enjoy “Learning to Fly!”