Share Your World – 2013 Week 29

While in school who was your favorite teacher – what grade and why? Ms Sedgely taught us music for most of my secondary school years, by the time we got to our final year of high school the music class was pretty small and really close. Ms Sedgely was very approachable and was willing to talk with us about real life stuff, not just school work. She is a large part of my inspiration as a teacher myself.

Would you accept $5,000 to shave your head or dye it neon lime green and continue your normal activities while not explaining the reason for your haircut or color? I definitely wouldn’t shave my head for any money but I would consider dying it green, depending on how much I needed the money at the time.

You are trapped in an elevator, who would you want to be trapped with? I have in fact been trapped in an elevator once, with my other half. It was good that I was with him as I probably would’ve panicked otherwise. He was very calm, rang the buzzer to report the problem then sat down on the floor to read. If I had been alone or with someone less calm I probably would’ve used up all the oxygen in the elevator and be dead now.

When you are with your friends, do your interactions include much touching—for example, hugging, kissing, rough housing, rubbing backs?   Would you like to have more of this? (Note:  the answers may vary depending on where you live on this wonderful planet.) With most friends, depending on who they are, we will hug and kiss hello and goodbye but that is about it. I’m happy with that arrangement.

Friends together

Artwork at the Louvre Museum, Paris, France

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6 thoughts on “Share Your World – 2013 Week 29

  1. Mr. Bondi, biology teacher who was also a dancer and made anatomy and physiology so interesting I majored in it in college, attributed to him. Elevator: the Dalai Lama. Wouldn’t shave my head for $5,000 – up the offer to a few more zeros and I might consider it, lol. With friends, lots of touchy feely. Nice to meet you. Paulette

  2. Definitely short on touching my friends haha! I sorta like it though when I see men in other countries (Mideast, India, a few others) with their arms around each other walking and talking. It seems so natural for them, but I don’t think I could get comfortable with it. I have a friend who loves to hug when we see each other, but he’s Italian – go figure.

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