Share Your World ~ 4/13/21

Thanks Melanie for the questions. I like them, all serious or silly so I’m giving it a whirl. If anyone else wants to join in, here are the rules and ping back

QUESTIONS: What would be the worst “buy one get one free” sale of all time? Hmmm. Probably something I didn’t want to buy in the first place. Free is for me. I love a good bargain.

Have you ever gotten a really bad haircut? Do share! Yes because I used to drop in at a mall salon without an appointment. Usually getting someone still learning. Usually the bad part was with my bangs. Too short or too long or uneven. I’ve grown them out which helps.

After many years of bad hair cuts, my friend D told me about her hairdresser who I then went to for over a decade. Now I’m back to dropping in to random places. I did two home haircuts during Covid before going to a local barbershop to even things up. No more dye job. I’m officially low maintenance 😂

Isn’t Disney Land and Disney World (and all the variants) just a people trap operated by a mouse? Yes! Without a doubt 😂

What if Batman got bitten by a vampire? What would happen? He’d be double trouble. Or he’d become the undead Dark Knight.

What do you want your final words to be if you could choose? I’m borrowing … “Thanks for the memories”.

GRATITUDE SECTION (as always optional)Please feel free to share some My new swing❣️❣️❣️

K: Idiom of the Day ~ 4/13/21

Starts with K – Knight in Shining Armor

Jilly’s Take:  Doesn’t everyone wish for someone to save the day?  Swoop right in and make everything better.  A knight on his royal steed. Okay, now I am laughing as I picture Shrek the Ogre with Donkey. If memory serves one of the many Shrek movies had a royal steed.

The song I found for this idiom was in the movie “Karate Kid Part II”.  I loved the Karate Kid movies (though I never saw parts 3 or 4).  I also really enjoyed the Netflix series “Cobra Kai” based off the “Karate Kid” movies.  Cheesy as hell but the nostalgia outweighed all that.  Killer soundtrack too. For more on today’s idiom LOOK here.

Writer: Billy Hill

Performed by Peter Cetera