Share Your World – 25

31 05 2012

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Cee is a good friend of mine and she has set up this weekly challenge to “Share Your World” by asking us all to answer some questions about life, the universe and everything.

Here are this week’s questions and my answers! And don’t forget to visit Cee’s blog if you’d like to find out how you can be involved.

1. What is your favourite holiday and why?

My favourite holiday is any day spent with my beloved.  I don’t have to go anywhere in particular, it is time spent together that I love.  That sounds sappy but we have such a great time together whether we’re actively doing something, or just spending the day in companionable silence.  It’s the time I am most relaxed and content.  I don’t have to go to any particular destination to capture that holiday feeling.  As for the time we do spend together, I prefer to have a balance of some plans and some time for the spontaneous to take hold, wherever we happen to be.

2. Do you prefer your food separated or mixed together?

I don’t mind one pot meals that are mixed together and I don’t mind separate foods either.  Having recently turned into a vegetarian I’m not so finicky – but previously I would never mix meats together on my plate.  One type only at a time, so hold the bacon in that burger thanks.

3. Before making a phone call, do you ever rehearse what you are going to say?

Wherever possible, I try NOT to speak on the phone.  I just don’t like it.  I rarely answer the phone unless I am expecting a call from a friend.  I have no problem letting the phone ring off the hook.  I’m not sure why I don’t like it, maybe it is because I’m quite visual and like to see the person I’m speaking with.

4. When you are with your friends, do your interactions include much touching – for example, kissing, hugging, rough housing, rubbing backs.  Would you like to have more of this?

Haha – this is a funny question for me.  Most people know that my personal space is VAST.  I keep my distance and appreciate you keeping your distance too, thank you very much – get back please!  I could not imagine being crammed into a train in Tokyo!!  I joke with people that my personal space extends all the way to Indonesia and I need my own border patrol.  In fact, it’s NOT true for those who are in my innermost circle.  My small circle of closest friends know me as a tactile person and I’m very demonstrative with them, but then again, I can feel their love.  I don’t like being in close proximity to the general population because I can sometimes get a vibe from a person, I can almost feel an aura/vibe/cloud around them and sometimes it can be quite unsettling.  If I have my eyes closed or my back to people I can ‘feel’ where certain people are located in the room.  My friends laugh at the story I tell about the time I went to a hypnotherapist.  She moved her chair closer to mine and then leaned in towards to me and her vibe was very cold – it met my ‘space’ and I told her to get back and “stop wafting my bubble”.  LOL.  Sounds strange huh?  Because it probably is.

Okay, that’s all from me for this week – thanks Cee!!

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4 responses

1 06 2012
Cee Neuner

I don’t like crowds either. I’m a very touchy person, but put me in a crowd and someone accidentally touches or shoves me…..I don’t like it. Elevators are the worst. No one is ever themselves in an elevator and I feel their vibes big time.

Great answers Louise and always good hearing from you.

1 06 2012
eof737

Got to know you a bit better… 😉

3 06 2012
Heart To Harp

There’s nothing at all strange about your response to the hypnotist, or to being impacted by the energy of people in crowds. People DO have an aura of energy around them and you are one of the people sensitive to their energy fields. You do well to shield yourself from so much random energy interacting with your energy aura.
I hate talking on the phone as well. It’s as much not being able to feel the other person’s response as it is not being able to see them, but both play a part on why I hate phone calls.

3 06 2012
Madhu

I get the ‘space’ thing 🙂 Mine stretches a long way too!

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