Share Your World September 3 2018

Melanie B Cee has taken over Cee Neuner’s writing challenge called Share Your World.

Here is her new badge, pasted along with the old badge for nostalgia.

New Share Your World badge
Old Share Your World badge

Our Questions Today:

When you are old, what do you think children will ask you to tell stories about? If you are ‘old’ (a term with different meanings for everyone); what stories do you tell your grandchildren?

When did something start out badly for you but in the end, it was great?

What do you think you are much better at than you actually are? Maybe this one’s kinda mean…thoughts?

What would be the worst thing to hear as you are going under anesthesia before surgery?

and we’ll keep the affirmations and upbeat question just as Cee had it:

What did you appreciate or what made you smile this past week? Feel free to use a quote, a photo, a story, or even a combination.

1) I would tell stories of the old days when money seemed bigger when we could buy a bowl of noodles for two quarters (half a dollar).

2) When I started my internship, it was horrible because of the environment. Later, my experiences helped me to craft my essays for my masters and doctorate programs and I passed well.

3) I tend to think I’m much better in drawing than I actually am. I need more practice and versatility.

4) The worst thing to hear would be something like I may not wake up.

5) One user from Twitter tried to encourage other writers by liking their tweets and re-tweeting. I was at a low point where I believed Twitter was not what I expected it to be. I  still think its unsuitable to promote links to blog posts and have decided to stop promoting my art and writings through Twitter. The upbeat lesson I learn was that out of maybe 300 tweet impressions, at least one user was sincere enough to view my work and support it. I think there are just enough supportive people in the internet to encourage us when we’re down.

Here’s a marigold to thank you for visiting. I hope to share a different art each week. See you next week.


One comment

  1. Thanks for sharing your art and your perspective with us ! I look forward to seeing more of your artwork, and reading more of your answers! Pleased to meet you!

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