Welcome to the new Sunday Interview and the theme is The Ultimate Bucket List.
In this interview series I would love to know what your top TWO items are on your bucket list and if you have not written one yet, then perhaps it is time to get your thinking caps on.
The readers will want to be convinced that these activities are worthy of putting on the ultimate bucket list, so please give full details of what it is, where if applicable and definitely the why and how. As you can see not all wishes are physical and do not worry if you feel that your chosen item is everyday for others. This is your wish list and you can put anything you like in it.
Also it is taken for granted that you as an individual would do all you can to help others achieve their dreams, help animals in dire trouble and love and support your family. This particular list is about YOU. The top two wishes that you have reserved just for yourself.
Here is more about how you can participate here:https://smorgasbordinvitation.wordpress.com/2017/09/05/new-sunday-show-interview-series-the-ultimate-bucket-list-a-test-run-with-sally-cronin/
I am delighted to say that my first
victim guest was the lovely Carol Taylor who for the last few weeks has been encouraging us to become more adventurous with the foods in our diets. We put our heads together and I provide the food and its health benefits and Carol provides delicious recipes that are easy and quick to prepare. Carol lives in Thailand and you will love her blog as it shares the non-tourist locations that she loves and the fresh food that is abundantly available in the markets.
My second guest was Sue Vincent whose popular blog offers a wide range of topics and themes for us to enjoy from poetry and challenges to ancient monuments and churches. Sue takes us on a journey through a much older Britain when paganism was the religion of the day and as early Christianity began to surpass the old ways. She has a constant companion in the shape of a small black dog, Ani, who also writes occasionally posts on the lack of play-time and missing tennis balls. You can find out more about Sue’s books and collaborations later in the post.