What would constitute a “perfect” day for you?
Hug the bed until around 9.00 a.m. No housework. Take a trip somewhere to get food for my camera and do what I want to do – read, computer, and sleep when I want to. Eat lunch in a restaurant, 5 star of course. Oh no, forget it, that would be boring. I really believe my perfect day does not exist, because there will always be something missing if I do not do it myself.
Complete this sentence: My favorite place in the whole world…..
is home. For the simple reason because it is not complicated. It might not be luxury, but I know what I have and there are no complications. And I have never seen the whole world, so cannot choose a favourite.
Who was your best friend in elementary school (prior to age 12)?
I have no idea and thinking about it I realise it was not so important. I met my best friend at the next school. She is my youngest son’s godmother and has been a great help when I have had problems in England. She has always been there for me. Friends in elementary school, as you call it in the State, do not seem to have been so important. We lost each other out of sight when we moved on to the next school.
What inspired you this past week? Feel free to use a quote, a photo, a story, or even a combination.
It was my trip up to the local mountain Weissentstein by cable car with Mr. Swiss on Wednesday afternoon. We had been planning this for at least two years, since the new cable car railway was built. We worked it out that we only really need a quarter of an hour to get to the basis station by car and 20 minutes later we were at the top sitting in the restaurant and looking down on the world (of course with the camera). We loved it. The only thing I missed was being able to go for a wander around on the paths to the next peak. That is when I noticed my handicap, but otherwise it was great and we have decided to do it again and not wait another two years.