Well, as I was racking my brains to come up with a new post, I came across this post on Cee’s blog. This blog is a very interesting one and mainly communicates through unique photos and pictures. I believe pictures convey a lot of unspoken words that sometimes are difficult to express. Do follow this amazing blog.
So here are the questions for this challenge:
- Tell us about your first bicycle or first car.
I would definitely love to talk about my first bicycle because that is the first vehicle that I learnt. My first bicycle was a violet color”Ladybird” model. It was quite a rage in those days and kids my age would urge their parents to get them one of these. After school, I would come home to my ladybird, and would ride it for hours. It was fun to carry out a few stunts that we as kids would watch on television. It had a pretty basket that would help me carry a lot things while going on errands. My best friend and I would go to class on our bicycles. I have fond memories of those days.
- What fictional world or place would you like to visit?
By now, I guess most of my fellow bloggers would be aware of my love for the Harry Potter series and the magical world built by J.K Rowling. If I would get a chance to visit a fictional world, I would definitely love to visit Hogwarts and be a student at the school. I would love to get sorted and would personally ask the sorting hat to put me in Gryffindor, although Ravenclaw could also work. It would obviously be a treat to learn magic from the teachers like Professor McGonagall, Professor Flitwork, Professor Sprout, Hagrid and I dare not forget Professor Snape. The Forbidden Forest, The Whomping Willow, Hogsmeade, Three Broomsticks are on my “Must visit” list if I get in there.
- If you could have someone follow you around all the time — like a personal assistant — what would you have them do?
I would personally ask them not to follow me. I really appreciate “me” time and wouldn’t like someone follow me even if it would mean getting a personal assistant.
- What did you appreciate, or what made you smile this past week.
If one really learns to appreciate the small things that one sees everyday, they would have a smile on them each day. Small things like a blooming flower, a hot cup of tea, a warm embrace or the smell of good old books are all that have been reason for my smile, the past week.
“Learning how to love the little things in life, is learning how to be happy.”