Share Your World – April 10, 2017 – Cee’s Photography – Part Two 


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I just realized that my previous answers were truncated. My questions were missing. 

So I will now answer the questions that I missed. 

Something about me that few people know. 

Answer : I have about ten Tattoos and Yes I do plan to get more. I held off adding more because my money needed to go in other areas. Now that summer is on the way and the overtime is coming in steady I can move forward with my body art. I would never put tattoos on my face, neck or hands as my job requires that our uniforms cover any tattoos we have.

I also have a belly button piercing. Forces me to keep the middle age flab in check.

My Favorite Flower : Roses. They were my Mom’s favorites and are mine.

Home Needs : A cook, maid and chauffeur. Somebody to do my laundry.

How Presence of a Cat in Our Life Affects Our Mental Health


Sylvester is my therapy kitty!!

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How Presence of a Cat in Our Life Affects Our Mental Health 

Apart from being cuddly bundles of joy, cats also share a special bond with humans and impact our lives on many levels. These fluffy companions can significantly improve the overall quality of our lives. Besides having a play buddy who loves to purr, owning a cat has a number of benefits on our mental as well as physical health. Here’s how owning a cat can have a positive influence on our mental state.

They give us a sense of purpose

Owning a pet means catering to their needs and making sure that they are satisfied and happy. Taking care of another living creature gives us a sense of purpose. This can be extremely helpful if we’re troubled with negative thoughts. By directing your attention to another being’s needs, we forget about your troubles and misfortunes and we stop…

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Share Your World – March 27, 2017


 

Share Your World – April 10, 2017

Share Your World – March 27, 2017

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Have you ever participated in a distance walking, swimming, running, or biking event? Tell your story.

Yes. All Courtesy of Uncle Sam. I’m a United States Army Veteran and road marches and running were my way of Life from Nov. 1977 – Nov. 1981. I was in excellent physical condition back then and easily completed every physical task. I did do one of those corporate sponsorship cancer walks a several years ago. I think it was a 5K. I was younger then so it was doable now I get winded just going up and down the subway stairs. I don’t have the stamina or energy I had when I was younger.

No swimming as I can’t swim and my bike riding came to an end after childhood. I have vision and balance issues so bikes are not my friends.

 

Optional Bonus question:  What are you grateful for from last week, and what are you looking forward to in the week coming up? 

 

I’m grateful to have gotten through the week and made it to Palm Sunday which I enjoyed. I’m also grateful that the weather in New York has finally warmed up.  I’m looking forward to Easter.