Share Your World

When you’re alone at home, do you wear shoes, socks, slippers, or go barefoot?

I usually take my shoes off at soon as I get home. Slippers are usually what I put on, or in the summer months a pair of flip flops.

What was your favorite food when you were a child?

Macaroni and Cheese. My mother used a big green or yellow Pyrex bowl- those of a certain age will know the kind I mean, they nested one in a other and came in 5 different colors. She used elbow macaroni and made a cheese sauce which was mixed with the noodles. The best part was the bread crumb crust on the top. I don’t know what she did to make it so thick and crusty, but it was delicious. There was nothing like walking in the house after school to find that bowl cooling on the counter.

Are you a listener or talker?

I would consider myself  a listener, though I am also a talker. Wh

Favorite thing to (pick one):  Photograph?  Write? Or Cook?

My favorite thing to photograph are birds. I love capturing their beauty, especially up close where I can see the beautiful details of their colors and feathers.

What is the easiest way for your to learn something new?  By reading, by seeing and doing, in a classroom?

Seeing and doing for sure. Just reading usually doesn’t work for me.

Share Your World

16 thoughts on “Share Your World

  1. The answers to your questions are always fun to read, Lisa.
    I take my shoes off in the house and rarely let strangers/new visitors walk around my house with shoes on! If it’s winter, I do keep my socks on. If it is a good friend or family member, they know to bring slippers to wear or go in socks or barefoot.
    I love your bird photographs!

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  2. Fun post! I go barefoot as much as possible, better for your feet but do love my flip flops. Flip flops, the shoe of choice in the valley.

    Favorite food – watermelon, grilled cheese and french fries!

    I’m both a listener and talker, love a good random subject chat, even with strangers!

    Favorite photo subject would be Landscapes but anything is on the photographic table…

    Best way to learn a new skill is hands-on, hands down!

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