E.M.’s World – 11/22/2021

What are some red flags to watch out for in daily life?

Some red flags that I watch for in daily life are anything that affects my mood in a negative way. I am an empath, so I am like a human sponge for other people’s emotions and feelings. If anything feels off, I try to listen to my gut about them or the flag that is being thrown. Lies and sneaky stuff really trigger my red flags, and when someone is unduly angry, it makes my soul catch on fire. I hate confrontation, and I cannot stand to feel like I cannot exist in the same space with someone.

What obstacles would you include in the ‘world’s most amazing obstacle course”?

  • Frogger stances where you must jump like a frog to get from point A to point B
  • A twerking contest between a person and a goat…the best booty shaking goes forward.
  • Sing an 80’s hairband ballad while climbing a rope to get the key to the next obstacle
  • Crab crawl through shallow water
  • Tarzan vine to swing across a large body of water, but you have to miss the trees.

Who is the best movie or book villain in your opinion?  (‘book’ is included because some folks don’t watch movies)

Venom!

What, in your opinion, is the most beautiful/handsome part of your face? (no dissing yourself please, we’re all beautiful/handsome!)

My eyes! I am the only one that got my grandpa’s blue eyes, and they are the key to seeing who I am and what I am about. I love my eyes.

GRATITUDE SECTION  🦃🕊

Next week on Thursday, Americans celebrate Thanksgiving.   What are some foods you enjoy for your festive celebration dinners?  (Doesn’t have to be Thanksgiving, as I realize the whole world isn’t participating in ‘our’ holiday)

Every year for Thanksgiving, it’s my tradition to make homemade noodles. My mom and grandma started the tradition, so I carried it on. The other foods we have are turkey, ham, stuffing, mashed potatoes with homemade gravy, green beans, deviled eggs, cranberry sauce, and yeast rolls. Then the desserts this year are pumpkin pie, marbled cheesecake brownies, banana pudding, and Jell-O cake.


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7 thoughts on “E.M.’s World – 11/22/2021

  1. Thanks E.M. for Sharing Your World! Homemade noodles sound really delicious, and I know they are an art form, it takes dedication and practice to get them just right! Your dinner sounds like all bases are covered and people will certainly be fed well! 🙂 I’m not familiar with your choice of villain, but I’ll Google that. I understand your first answer very well being slightly the same (except for the confrontation part). It’s uncomfortable when one picks up on a negative vibe, isn’t it? Makes me want to go somewhere the negative person is not. Thanks for participating, having a great Thanksgiving and a fantastic week! 🙂

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    1. Thanks for having me! I look forward to Mondays because of that prompt. You ask great questions, and it’s nice to get to know everyone through their worlds. I know after this dinner that my diet will be shot lol, but it will be good food. I like good food *smiles*. The best part about Venom is that he’s hilarious but is still supposed to be this terrible thing that eats people. I’m a bit of a Marvel and DC Comics movie nerd lol. The negative side of people makes me so anxious, and confrontation in an angry manner does as well. It’s hard to be around miserable people for sure. Happy Thanksgiving to come for you and yours as well! Thanks for always leaving me some feedback and love.

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