Non-Fiction, Prompt, Writing

Share Your World – With A Twist 8-10-2020

Share Your World – With A Twist 8-10-2020

I am in no way interested in Harry Potter. I will stick with the old questions and answers format.


“Plain” Questions:

Would You Rather Live 120 Years That Are Comfortable But Boring, Or Live Half As Long, But Have An Exciting Adventure Packed Life? I am not an adventurer. I don’t mind boring. So make that 120 years for me. More time for writing.

What’s Something That Overwhelms You? People/Humanity overwhelm me. I like a nice quiet setting to be alone, which is my usual preference.

What Do or DID You Take For Granted? Before Covid 19 I took everything for granted. I have a new granson who I see only by photos and an occasional short video. I am missing his first year of life and for all we know maybe the first 2 or 3 years of life. I know longer just go shopping if I feel like it. I have to need something and make all trips count.

Tessa – 

Advocate for mental health and invisible illnesses

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4 thoughts on “Share Your World – With A Twist 8-10-2020”

  1. I can totally understand missing your grandchildren. I have seen my granddaughter, daughter and son-in-law exactly twice since March. My daughter is pregnant again and this time around we may not even be able to go to the hospital when she has the baby. Times have greatly changed.

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    1. I just got to see him born and then the virus hit and ended all visitation. I didn’t miss the birth at least. I was in the room during 4 of my 5 grandchildren being born. I really miss not being part of his life. Good luck with your upcoming grandchild. Times certainly have changed.


  2. Thanks Tessa for Sharing Your World! It is indeed a pity that the virus has robbed people of so much joy. My brother doesn’t get to see his granddaughter (on whom he dotes) near as much as he did and it chafes on him greatly. I think that makes things like video chat and Zoom or whatever format is used that much more precious. We can’t ‘be’ there, but we can still interact. Small things are becoming the normal for our joyful moments sometimes. Take care! 🙂

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    1. Even once this virus is under control, if ever, things will change forever I do believe. We are now becoming used to the new normal and in some cases it is much better. Nothing will take the place of family though, but I am glad that we can at least have pictures and video chats.


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