I have been reading the Share Your World posts across the blogosphere for years now. Each week for this challenge, Cee poses a few questions which bloggers answer. The challenge is an interesting way to get to know a person. This morning, I thought I would write a response and see how my readers enjoy it. Let me know what you think – I know that I enjoy reading the responses of a number of bloggers I follow.
Are you a practical jokester?
I am not one to make practical jokes. The only time I ever remember doing so was when my sisters and I, as kids, would try to trick our parents on April Fool’s day. I do enjoy a good joke, though, as long as it does no physical or emotional harm to a person.
Who cuts your hair? You, a friend, or professional.
While growing up, my mom always cut my hair. She had been trained in the art of cutting hair and we were lucky that she used her skills in shaping and styling our locks. Now that I no longer live in the same city as her, I have tried many hairdressers until I have found one who follows my instructions, and does a good job cutting my hair at every visit.
Did you have a stuffed animal when you were a kid, if so what kind?
I do not recall having one. This is something I would have to speak about with my mom but if I did have one, I am sure it would have been mentioned by now (especially as my children had a favourite they carried around with them everywhere).
What did you appreciate or what made you smile this past week?
This past week I tried to find a place for all the books I received when I went to the Ontario Library Association’s Super Conference. Looking at the copies, I could not help but smile as they reminded me of what a super day I had. In the end, I placed them in every available place I have on my bookshelf. My shelves no longer look neat, but my aim is to read the books on them and then pass them onto someone (with the exception of those copies I would enjoy reading again).
Did you enjoy reading my responses to Cee’s questions this week?
© Colline Kook-Chun, 2018
(This post is linked to Cee’s Share Your World weekly challenge).