Greetings from the Vero Ranchero!
Hard to believe it’s Sunday….again! The days sure do fly by! For those who are new, last week I joined the Share Your World Project, in which participants answer 4 laid-back/non political questions posed by Cee, of Cee’s Life Photography. This week she asks:
1. If you had to move to a state or country besides the one you currently live in, which would you choose, and why?
A few months ago, I might have said, “Metro Phoenix, Arizona,” but that was before I ran across this visually stunning blog from Los Osos, California…Take a look at the pictures there and you’ll ask, “Hey! Can we move tomorrow!?!” 😆 Such a gorgeous location!!!
2. If you were a car or truck, what make, model, year and color would you be?
Ixnay to both choices! Can i select a bike, instead? If yes, I would be this retro inspired roadster from the Velorbis company. Take a look:
Traditionally elegant with a straw basket “de baguette!” (I secretly long to be European!)
3. What one thing have you not done that you would really like to do:
In the same European vein ➡ travel to England! Prior to Christmas this year, I started saving toward that goal. My plan is to blog from Kew Gardens sometime in 2013. 🙂 ….And tour the beautiful countryside where Midsomer Murders is filmed. Ahh, yes! I fancy that….Cheerio, old chap!…
Which segues nicely to the last query:
4. Where do you eat breakfast? 😎
I eat breakfast at home every day. 🙄 (Is that as trite as it sounds?) Except for St. Patrick’s day when Maggie and I had pain au chocolat beachside:
followed by coffee at Kilwin’s, across the street:
If you made it to the end, thank you for sharing my world! I’m off now to read the other entries…why not join me? 🙂
Until next time…….
- Share Your World: Week 15 (j5uliana.wordpress.com)
- Share Your World – Week 15 (imexcited.wordpress.com)
- Spot of Culture: Richard Fortey loves… (newscientist.com)
- Spiraling Bamboo Science Tower To Observe Amazon Rainforest (treehugger.com)
- Gardens Great and Small (annstephensromance.com)
- ITV’s Midsomer Murders makes a killing with more than 6m viewers (guardian.co.uk)