How the Cookie Crumbles

Life and scribbles on the far side of SIXTY-FIVE

Share Your World #15


I’m a little pressed for time today.  Have been wanting to try one of these, so here I go.  I’ve just finished reading:

with link to Cee’s page describing the rules. Here is that link:

Cee’s Life Photography Blog             

If you had to move to a state or country besides the one you currently live in, where would you move and why?

I would love to live in Spain. When I was a little girl, without knowing anything about it, I’d made up my mind that’s where I would like to live. Even after I was old enough to think about it, it stuck as my first choice. It must have something to do with reincarnation. Go figure.

If you were a car or truck what make, model, year and color would you be?

I would definitely be a Nissan Cube; 2012 model year. The first time I saw one, I fell in love. It’s so cartoon-like and fun looking. I’d be the next best thing since the latest version of the Volkswagen Beetle. Beautiful in white. Just look at my gently rounded silouette. Just look at the Flintstone windows!

 What one thing have you not done that you really want to do?

I would like to leave a legacy for my grandchildren. Hopefully, it’ll be something thought provoking and interesting that they’ll be proud of.

Where do you eat breakfast?

I have my breakfast hanging over the morning newspaper.

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You know, of course, that these are my deepest secrets and I would ask that you not devulge this information to ANYone.


Author: Let's CUT the Crap!

I'm getting a little LONG in the tooth and have things to say about---ouch---AGEing. I believe it's certainly a state of mind but sometimes it's nice to hear that you're NORMAL. I enjoy reading by the truckload. I'm a grandma but I don't feel OLD although I'm not so young anymore. My plan is to stick it out as long as I can on this lovely planet and only will leave it kicking and screaming!

23 thoughts on “Share Your World #15

  1. All good choices. I’ve always liked the Nissan Cube. Almost bought one when my Cruiser got killed in a truly unfortunate accident. But instead, I got another Cruiser. Maybe next time.


    • I’ve always liked the PT Cruiser but . . . if I could get a Nissan Cube tomorrow, my oh my, that would be exciting. But it won’t happend. There’s nothing wrong with my little Nissan Sentra. One of these days though, who know. Thanks for commenting.


  2. Don’t worry; it’ll be our little secret.

    Spain, eh? Interesting. I think you know my choice. 🙂


  3. A Nissan Cube? Some (that would be me) have called it the ugliest car since the Fiat Multipla. Spain is a good choice though. I can see that 🙂


  4. Thanks so much for participating in Share Your World. I enjoyed reading your answers!


  5. Your answers are really cute Tess! Like you 🙂


  6. I will never pass on anyone’s secrets, Tess. I may tweak them and use them in a future story, but would never pass on a secret.
    I actually like that cube car myself – I’ve never seen one here in the UK – yet! But they are cartoon-like!
    And as for your ‘pull’ to Spain, I have a similar one to Iceland, I know exactly what you mean!


    • I knew I could trust you not to disclose my secret(s), Hope to have a CUBE sometime. Hope they never go out of style until I get one. Isn’t that SOMEthing about the destination pull. I thought it was just me. Glad to know it’s MORE people. Thanks for sharing and have a good night.


  7. Secrets safe with me 🙂 For me, I prefer the HHR to the Cube, but I still like Scion’s version with the wonky window on the back corner.

    My faraway place…Fiji.


    • Oh, I don’t think I was worried about YOU. I know your lips are SEALED. I don’t know what a HHR is because I don’t know about cars. Mostly I find things about about what has come into my line of vision. Fiji, eh. Interesting. The Spain thing is like I said. Don’t understand it. Thanks, Red, so NICE hearing your input.


      • HHR is Chevy’s version of the boxcar. It comes in a terrific color called sunset (a bluish-pinkish-purply color) and another one (which I prefer) called aurora…it is orange.

        See you soon;)


  8. I so love, love your answer regarding having a legacy to leave for your grandchildren.


    • I cannot thank you enough for your wonderful comment.

      What the heck are we here for especially since my grandkids are the love of my life—got-me-thinking-long-time- ago-on-their-behalf. Because of our close association, I decided I had to do MORE for them. Wonder what they will think of my recollections when they are exposed.


      • Your grandgabies are going to marvel at the recollections you have emassed for them. My two who are now 19 & 12 will always be my children of devotion. I am and always will be quite enamored with being their Nana.

        Thanks so much for taking the time to visit, I am really pleased our paths have finally crossed.


      • You are so kind and I appreciate your lovely words. I’m glad we’ve crossed paths also. It’s true, I am deliriously head over heels about my granddaughters. I’ve been truly blessed. Thank you for stopping by. I look forward to more conversations while we attempt Cee’s questions. Nice meeting you. I’m glad I decided to try this “Share Your World”. Tess