1. What is your current obsession?
Searching for my Serenity.
2. Which item of clothing do you wear often?
Jeans and a Hoodie (and of course....you know!)
3. What's for dinner?
Beef Stir Fry with peppers, mushrooms, celery, pea pods and green onions in a Cracked Pepper Sauce on a bed of steamed rice.
4. What are you listening to?
Diana Krall's Quiet Nights
5. Say something to the one that tagged you.
Hi Natalie! (Musings From the Deep)
It has been an extreme pleasure meeting somebody who has a genuine joie de vivre. You seem to have found that perfect balance that so many people spend a lifetime trying to achieve. I get the feeling there isn't a phony bone in your body. And a great big THANK YOU for visiting and showing the appreciation you have been. It is truly appreciated. The next bunch of Roses is on me.
6. Favorite vacation spot?
Anywhere I can watch the sun set on the water. There is nothing quite like it.
7. What I'm reading right now?
A fellow Blogger, Michelle Frost's first book, 'First Light'. Citizen of The World (The Life of Pierre Elliott Trudeau) by John English.
8. Four words to describe myself.
Big hearted, generous, impatient, intelligent.
9. Guilty pleasure.
Spoiling by friends children, (I'm the adopted Uncle G' Bear). I get to go home at the end. Especially when there is chocolate involved!
10. What do you think you will feel about your life when all is said and done?
I could lie and say everything was hunkey dorey, but I won't. Sad is how I would describe how I will feel. Too many early events of my life caused me to mistrust and question people's motives. I've been right more times than I care to mention. The two things I wanted the most in my life was, one, to be married (I would have worked at the happily ever after part). And two, having children. I've become a good Uncle..........but it's not the same. I guess what I can hope for is that the friendships that I did create will leave some pleasant memories for those who remain behind.'Nuff said.....
11. What do you look forward to?
I look forward to the day my friends son, Daniel (my adopted nephew) will no longer have to worry about his heart. (I will write about that soon). And I look forward to the day their daughter, Hannah (my adopted niece), walks down the aisle. It's a long way to go, I know.......I just want to be there.
Now, as for tagging others, I leave that to anybody who stops by and doesn't mind answering a few thought provoking questions. Go ahead........we won't judge you..........