WORLD SHARING COMES AROUND AGAIN – Marilyn Armstrong

Share Your World – 2-17-2020


How can someone win a gold star (i.e. win your approval and/or admiration) with you?

  1. Make me laugh
  2. Have a real conversation about everything
  3. Use big words
  4. Don’t be a Republican
  5. Read books
  6. Have opinions!

If you didn’t have to sleep, what would you do with the extra time?

Read.

Do you have a favorite type of exercise?

Walking around taking pictures and standing in the kitchen trying a new recipe. Today it was Swedish meatballs and they came out really well. Just this once, I had all the items I needed for the recipe. Usually, I’m missing at least one primary ingredient and have to fake it.

The original recipe called for thickening with flour. I used cornstarch which doesn’t clump and I find a lot easier. You can do it however you like.

No faking this time. Now I have to figure out a way to make it easier to prepare. It’s not difficult, just labor-intensive.

Do you sleep with a top sheet? Why or why not?

We sleep with a comforter most of the year. It has a cotton cover and I’m thinking about getting a new cover. I want something brighter.

Cold toes, but a warm comforter!

In the summer, we use a very light comforter. In the winter, we have two heavier ones, but we rarely use the very heavy one. If it’s very cold, we put a light blanket over the comforter and are cozy all night. Bless the geese who contributed their down.

This is your space to write about anything you’d like.   I’m GRATEFUL for your participation in Share Your World, so there’s the “gratitude” hook.

I’m really glad we spent a couple of days out of town. Actually, this has been an unusually social month. Cherrie and Ron and Ellin and Tom and Anton’s concert? It was a real treat and made the painful parts of the month a lot easier to deal with.



Categories: Cooking, Food, Humor, Marilyn Armstrong, Recipes, Relationships, Share My World

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11 replies

  1. Thank you Marilyn for Sharing Your World! Your ‘star’ list is fabulous! I greatly admire someone who can make me laugh too, it’s a very valuable asset to have! I snagged the recipe for Swedish Meatballs and will have to try that one of these days. I’m trying to cook a bit more and that sounds delicious. 🙂 I’m sorry you didn’t have more snow this past winter, but to me? That’s more proof that climate change is upon us. Let us hope we survive our own folly, hmmm? A change of scenery is vital and I’m glad you were able to make a trip and visit some friends and recharge your psychic batteries!

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  2. February is almost over so everything is looking good except for the new snow fall that has to be shovelled up.
    Leslie

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  3. Great answers, specially the first one.

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  4. Would you please take a closeup of your doll shelf? It looks intriguing. Is that a John Wayne doll?

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