SHARING MY WORLD

SHARE YOUR WORLD – 2016 WEEK 19

You win a pet monkey but this isn’t just any old monkey. It can do one trick for you whenever you want from getting a pop out of the fridge to washing your hair. What would be the trick?

I don’t like monkeys, at least not as pets. They are fine in the wild, but never in my house. The idea creeps me out. Sorry.

What caring thing are you going to do for yourself today?

I went out and took pictures of the fresh, new leaves.

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The oaks are still bare, but they are always the last trees to come into leaf. I finally believe it’s spring!

What color do you feel most comfortable wearing?

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Black. I’ll wear other colors as accents, but basically, black.

Complete this sentence: When I travel I love to…. 

Learn everything I can about the history of the area, then take a lot of pictures. You could have guessed that right?



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  1. Went to lunch with my daughter today. I’m a basic black or tan gal. When I travel, I love to stop to take snapshots. It drives Dan crazy…oh well, it makes me happy! 🙂

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  2. Take lots of pictures. The is our stories. 😀

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  3. I’d rather a dog, Marilyn.
    Leslie

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  4. Can I have your monkey? Then I can get two things done 🙂

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  5. Very true. Monkeys can create so much damage to human property. While we were posted in Delhi, there was a whole barrack which was known as monkey barracks as the area was highly infested with monkeys and they even broke windscreen of the cars parked there, damaged the car roofs by jumping on them and what not. No officer was willing to stay in that old British time army barrack now converted into temporary accommodation for officers.

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  6. Great minds think alike when it comes to travelling. I take photos, like to read up in books about where I am going, and even do a few basics in the language if they do not speak english. I do not know anyone that has a monkey, although I do not think it is a “pet”.

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    • Monkeys are not pets. They are almost people. VERY smart — like maybe a three year old? Curious, agile, fast, mischievous. They climb … and they will bite. The amount of damage they can do inside a house with those little hands is … well … I’ve seen a house wrecked by a monkey. A pack of wild dogs couldn’t do as much damage. They do not belong in houses. They are not domestic animals.

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