Share Your World With Cee Cee Pt. 32

I know this is actually week 49 for Cee but I have only been following for 32 sessions. Have to say though this has been fun!

I have heard from my readers that my Share Your World Posts are some of their fave reading 🙂


  • What is the most incredible natural venue that you’ve ever seen in person? I have been blessed to see so much of God’s beautiful world. While I haven’t seen the Pacific Northwest I have driven the southern route to the West Coast through the Great Plains, Arizona and New Mexico. The red desert in New Mexico and the Grand Canyon were absolutely stunning. I also love the white sand beaches in Pensacola. The rolling hills of Valley Forge Park have to be figured in here as well; But I think the one picture I have in my mind right now is the moonscape of Iceland. I can still see the volcanic dirt dotted with stands of purple lupine. The snow-capped mountains rising in the distance. I would love to see that again!
  • What as your favorite food as a child? Do you eat it now? I am with you Cee. Mac and cheese was a Sunday night favorite. But Mom made it with cheese Whizz and often would cook up hot dogs in it. I still like a good bowl of macaroni and cheese but once a few years ago I tried cheese whizz. EEEWWWWW.
  • Would you travel into outer space? I used to sing with a group called “Faithful Men” one of our songs was “Steppin on the Clouds” the lyrics went something like this.In the heaven blue dawn (in the heaven blue dawn)Sometimes I get in a hurry (Gonna pass the moon) The stars and the planets (the stars and the planets) I’m gonna walk (I’m gonna walk) On that milky white way (on the milky white way) Oh, and Gabriel (me and old Gabriel) He gives the signal (he gives the signal) I’m gonna leave (I’m gonna leave) For heaven to stay (for heaven to stay).   So I suppose someday I just might travel through outer space!
  • Tell how you are feeling today in the form of a weather report. (For example, partly cloudy, sunny with a chance for showers, etc.) Sunny with cloudless skies! Light and variable warm winds coming from the south! 🙂


12 thoughts on “Share Your World With Cee Cee Pt. 32

  1. You need to get to the Pac NW, Pastor J–I’ll even make you some homemade mac and cheese–the real stuff!! God bless you and the fam–love, sis Caddo

  2. The moonscape of Iceland, wow, that sounds sooooo beautiful! I have to say that homemade mac and cheese is the best, Sandy makes a delicious mac and cheese. Thanks for sharing your life with us, Pastor J. God bless you today!

  3. Thank you for sharing more , Pastor J! Iceland sounds amazing and I’ve heard someone else tell me it was soooo beautiful! God bless you as you travel through time and space, for Him!

  4. “the moonscape of Iceland” – WOW! That would be great. I’d like to see Antarctica.
    #2. Bread and dripping – it was just about all we had, but I liked it. Yes, I did try it in my adult years and I still liked it – but it is soooooooo unhealthy, so I haven’t had it again.
    #3. We are one day closer! – but I won’t be looking at the scenery. I’ll be too intent on seeing my Saviour.
    #4. Cloudless skies? Oh well. He created them and He can cause them in an instant!

      • Dripping is an English term for solid fat – the fat that used to be used for roasting meat. I’m sure it is still available and essential for Yorkshire puddings.

        Bread and dripping was a favourite low-cost “food” even with plain dripping. Since just about everything was rationed when I was a child in England, we almost never had meat to roast, but the fat left over after a roast would contain meat juices and made a great-tasting spread, especially when liberally sprinkled with salt.

        The idea now gives me shudders when I consider the harm such ‘food’ could do – but it DID taste good!

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