Share Your World – 2015 Week #7

Is the pap041514-sywbannerer money in your possession right now organized sequentially according to denomination and with the bills right side up and facing the same way?

Yes. As the US dollar notes are all the same size and almost the same color, I find it easier to get what I need, when I need, without confusion if properly arranged denomination-wise in my wallet.

What is your favorite type of dog? (can be anything from a specific breed, a stuffed animal or character in a movie)

No favorite breed but the movie Hachi: A Dog’s Tale (which is based on the true story of Hachiko) moved me so badly, I must have overworked my tear ducts to the extent that I could not put on my contact lenses the next morning. 😥

If money was not an issue, would you go on a cruise? If so where would you go?

I would take a 120-day cruise on the Queen Elizabeth, round the world, in a balcony stateroom… The Red Sea, Mediterranean, Africa, the Indian Ocean islands, Australia … my dream trip.

Would you dare to sleep in haunted house overnight?

No, I think I’ll skip this one ~ just in case …  (I think it’s because I’ve read too many books by Stephen King.)

Bonus question: What are you grateful for from last week,leaving and what are you looking forward to in the week coming up?

I’m grateful that my niece and family had a great stay with us (little Ollie now wants to be a gardener) and they are now continuing their trip, heading towards Nevada.

cny2I am now extra busy cleaning up the house as tomorrow is the 1st day of the Lunar New Year and I’m trying to keep the custom of not sweeping/mopping the floor for the 1st 2 days of the 15-day festival. I know it sounds crazy but I am actually looking forward to making and devouring the dish called Yusheng. It’s a once-a-year dish involving thin slices of raw fish and lots of vegetables. Yes, get an overdose of Yusheng and then wait for the next New Year before indulging again.


One response to “Share Your World – 2015 Week #7

  1. Another Stephen King fan! I love his books. Yusheng sounds like the kind of dish I would love and I am delighted by the symbolism associated with each ingredient added (I read up about it on Wikipedia). Do you have a favorite recipe?


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