Share Your World

This week Cee asks:

What is the perfect pizza?

I have been Gluten intolerant for close to 15 years, so I cannot say. Extra cheesy is how I used to like it. I have tried gluten free pizza which little resembles the real thing. I have tried Pizza made with a cauliflower crust, it takes like mush with tomato sauce and cheese and whatever else you want to add. There is just nothing like the real thing.

What is your favorite time of day?

Morning for sure, hands down, absolutely. Nothing like the quiet, peacefulness, the sunrise. Especially at the beachsunrise1aa

Show us two of your favorites photographs.  The photos can be from anytime in your life span. Explain why they are your favorite.

This photo was taken about 7 years ago when 3 of my great nieces came to stay for the weekend. Before they left we wanted to get a photo so they all literally jumped onto the couch surrounding me. Their exuberance made me laugh and every time I see this photo I think of that. It always makes me smile.
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This is a photo of my father taken in 1975 in the dining room of the home I grew up in. I love it because my father rarely smiled in photos because his teeth were crooked, and here he is smiling. The way he is holding his hands was so “him”- we all have certain gestures that make us who we are- and this was often how he held his hands- with or without the cigarette. The digital watch a sign of the times- it was a big deal back then- new to the market. He loved watches and owned many.daddy 1975

Complete this sentence:  I’m looking forward to…. 

More of summer!! More coffees with friends, more morning walks, more shopping, more weekend trips to the beach!

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18 thoughts on “Share Your World

  1. The sunrise with the calm serenity it brings is also a nice part of my day. The ocean (or a lake) is always a special scene to wake up to, Lisa. Your photo is beautiful.
    I got carried away on your similar diet concerns with my daughter and forgot to say your nieces look spontaneous and happy in the shared moment. 🙂

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    • I was diagnosed with GF long before it became what it is today. I was lucky I had a Dr who who I told him my symptoms put it together. My nieces are a lively bunch and I loved how they just enveloped me on the couch!

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  2. I really liked your sharing your world, Lisa. I enjoyed the humor about pizza without gluten. Sorry but hope you find a substitute since tomato sauce, veggies and cheese can be cooked with similar spices and spread on gluten free crackers? or flatbread? My daughter is usually on gluten free and lactose free diet, since she is trying to handle her rheumatoid arthritis without drugs. After starting at age 13 on Vioxx and Celebrex, she had to give up the meds, they burn the stomach walls and intestines.
    On a lighter and happier note, I like your father’s picture, his hands make him appear calm and easy going. 🙂

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  3. I have developed a fondness for Udi’s GF pizza. They come the closest to the real thing that I can find. The crust is the tricky part. I hate the ones that turn into paste in your mouth.

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