Open Book Blog Hop – February 25th   1 comment

Stevie Turner

This week the topic is:

‘What have you done to make the world a better place?’

Hmm…I had to think about this one.  I think I’ve helped in a small way by doing the 10 things that I’ve listed below:

  1. Raising two sons to adulthood to be productive members of society.
  2. Never chopping down trees just because it’s  Christmas (such a stupid idea to bring what was a live tree into your living room and decorate it with gaudy trash!).
  3. Filling up 4 bird feeders in our garden with peanuts on a regular basis.  Flocks of birdies have found them.  It’s a place for them to hang out.  Okay, the grass is full of shit, but hey…
  4. Never embarrassing myself or my family by being drunk in a public place (or at home either).
  5. Writing novels to entertain readers.
  6. Helping patients whilst working as a medical secretary in a hospital…

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Posted February 25, 2019 by aurorawatcherak in Uncategorized

One response to “Open Book Blog Hop – February 25th

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  1. Thanks Lela!

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