Share Your World, September 11, 2017

By: sonofabeach96

Sep 17 2017

Category: Uncategorized


Time for this week’s Share Your World from Cee’s Photography.

Here are Cee’s questions for the week:

Would you want $200,000 right now or $250,000 in a year? It’s safe to assume all money is tax free.

I’d take the money now.

Is it more important to love or be loved?

That’s a very difficult question to answer.  I think, given only the option of one or the other, it’s more important to love.

List things that represent abundance to you.

Family, friends, home, nature.

What inspired you this past week? Feel free to use a quote, a photo, a story, or even a combination.

My oldest, who has Autism, and how hard he’s working this year.  He’s a freshman in high school, and had to leave the cradle of his previous school, where the teachers and fellow students had known him since he started pre-school at 3.  We were worried about his adjustment to a new and bigger school, new kids, and increased workload.  But he’s kicking ass.  And really trying hard.  He’s quite the little inspirer.


My songs of the day are:

“Some Kind Of Love” by The Killers

“Take The Money And Run” by The Steve Miller Band

“LOVE.” by Kendrick Lamar

“A Bunch Of Adventures” by Frank Zappa

“Born To Be Loved” by Lucinda Williams

“I Should Have Been There To Inspire You” by Paul Weller

“Money” by Pink Floyd

“To Be Loved” by Melissa Etheridge

21 comments on “Share Your World, September 11, 2017”

  1. How awesome to hear that your oldest is doing well in High School. That is inspiring.

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  2. That’s great about your son. Good for him!

    I don’t know how I’d answer that love/to be loved question. Right now, I have a bit of a deficit so it’s hard not to say “to be loved”…

    Also, yeah, I want the money now. Hell, I NEED the money now…

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  3. Out of the two I think to love too. When you love you receive so much more.
    To be loved is nice too but it depends on someone.

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  4. Awesome to hear about how well your son is doing. Very inspiring to read.

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  5. Thanks for sharing the story about your son. It’s inspiring to hear that he’s doing well. Now I want to do well too in everything I do 🙂

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  6. Your son’s story made me tear up. I am so happy for you and your family. I struggle with a learning disability and ADHD, and my parents always worry. But just like your son, I am kicking ass 🙂

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