Share Your World – Week 33

Share Your World – Week 33
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If you could live in any OTHER time, when would it be and why?
Early 1700’s. That is when most of my ancestors came to America. I would like to know more about their everyday lives and the circumstances that brought them to America.

If you were given a yacht today, what would you name it?
Myrtle, after my maternal grandmother.

Tell how you are feeling today in the form of a weather report. (For example, partly cloudy, sunny with a chance for showers, etc.)
Mostly Cloudy with on again/off again Showers. A little on the Cool Side.

List at least two things in nature do you find most beautiful?
Flowers, Old Trees, Moss, Rocks (small and large), Clear/Cool Streams, Ocean. I can’t think of anything In Nature that I don’t find beautiful.

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    1. I’m sure it would have been hard. I’m working on an up-coming article about life when my ancestors came into America. From their records, it looks like they had a hard time before coming and after coming.
      Thanks for stopping by and commenting. I will be visiting. 🙂

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