Share Your World 5/29/17

What is the most famous landmark or building you have ever seen?

I’ve been blessed to see some pretty incredible things – the Vatican, the Louvre, the Eiffel Tower, and the White House.  I can’t possibly choose one of these as most famous.

Do you like long vacation or lots of mini-vacations?

I prefer long vacations.  A significant block of time lets me really get away, and I’m less tempted to take work with me.  A long time away means I can really focus on unwinding.

What is your favorite National or State Park?

Rocky Mountain National Park.  Although, to be fair, this is the only one I’ve visited so far.

What is your fantasy vacation?

One with tons of relaxation – sleeping in, reading to my heart’s content, leisurely meals – this all adds up to happy Laura.  Add a couple of days for exploring something new and that’s pretty much my fantasy vacation.

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

Last week I enjoyed having the chance to relax with good friends, basked in blue skies, and watched the kids hanging out with friends.

This week I’ll be working to keep my wits about me as we finish the school year.  Hopefully I’ll be able to steal a few moments for myself along the way.

Cee’s weekly Share Your World is a Monday treat.

What’s happening in your world today?

7 thoughts on “Share Your World 5/29/17

  1. Ah! Have you had a White House tour? I’ve been outside, strolled by. I always kinda thought they had a tour entrance somewhere, and in the last few years I found out that it’s all very complicated and there’s waiting lists and incredible planning! That being said, I would love to see Eiffel Tower and of course, Le Louvre! 🙂
    I’m sorry you’re not done yet! Those last three weeks were insane, so I feel for you all!

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    • Yes, we were incredibly lucky with the timing. They run White House tours on Saturdays (I’m not sure what other days of the week they do it), but right now they’re only doing it if the president is out of the east wing. We were all going to town for my niece’s baptism so my brother pulled some strings to get us tickets for the tour. It was really fascinating.

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