Tell Me Something Good #34

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Let’s put some effort into creating a good week and kick start it with a positive thought on your Monday morning. Let’s do it! Let’s kick off the week on a positive note!

It’s easy:

  • Mention something that you consider being good in the comments
  • Or write a post about it on your blog (please don’t forget the pingback if you do so I don’t miss out and also share the link to it in the comments below). Something good that happened to you recently, or something good you will experience in a little while, or something good you know will happen soon. Something that makes you feel good.
  • Share this post and invite your followers as well.


Before I share my good thing with all of you today, let’s dance! Show me your moves! Come on, you can do it!

Yep, just keep it up. Feels good right. Dance as if nobody’s watching… Go on, just do another round of dancing. There’s never too much dancing. Never. It’s fun…

And once you’re done, here’s what I’d like to share with you today:

“I’m so grateful for the chances I have in my life. Even when it seems nothing is happening there is always something good presenting itself. At the moment a lot is going on in my life and things start to come together. January will be a busy month ones more but rather than everything going back into my normal routine in my life, it will actually continue with new challenges and new chances. And I’m so looking forward to it. This week I’m super thankful for the fantastic team I have at my job, for my family and friends as always but also for you guys out there in my blogging world.

Thanks to Jason over at HarsH ReaLiTy not only for all his posts but also for always providing us with the opportunity to share our links. Thanks to Danny at Dream Big, Dream Often for letting us meet and greet in his virtual world as well and last but not least thanks to Ann at Grubbs n’ Critters for nominating me for another Mystery Blogger Award. Here are my answers to your questions:


  • What the weirdest thing you have experienced in the last 3 months? The behavior of someone I thought was close to me. Not going into details here, sorry. Let me just say: It’s not my husband and it’s none of my children and it’s also none of my good friends.
  • What’s your favorite children’s book? I always loved the Secret Five books and still do.
  • Would you rather live under the sea or on the moon? I would rather live under the sea. I think that there is still plenty hidden down there and there are so many wonderful creatures. As beautiful as the view from the moon would be, I think I might feel lonely up there…
  • You discovered that the child you brought home a year ago was not your own as a result of a mixed-up. What would you do? I would want to find out where my child is now. I would want to know what life it lives. I might want to get in touch with the people who see “my” child as their own. I would need to know that my child lives a good life too. But the child I was with for such a long time is my child, even if not blood related. I would for sure love it so so very much. I doubt I could ever just swap it. And I bet that the other parents would feel the same. So maybe we could make sure to stay in touch. Just to know how our biological kids are doing while we raise the children we grew close to? Honestly, it’s one of those questions you will only have a clear answer to it when in the situation. In theory I would keep the baby, but who knows how I would react if this would be a real situation…
  •  Euthanasia – yes or no and why? I’m very open to this. Growing up in Switzerland it was something that was discussed for many many years. I strongly believe that a person should be allowed to decide if they want to end their lives or not. I believe that if you are in so much pain or if you are about to face a road of no return that you know will be excruciatingly painful then you should be in charge of your own destiny. People who chose this way out have thought about it long and hard. It’s not an easy step. They most likely have talked about it with their loved ones and they know exactly that they don’t really have time left. Give them the chance to be in charge of their life. As it says, it’s your right to die. As much as I believe in a right to live I also believe in the right to die.



Please you all, show them some love too and head over to say hi or share your link at the meet & greet events over at their blogs. 



35 thoughts on “Tell Me Something Good #34

  1. After a pretty grimy year we’ve decided to get away from it all and spend Christmas in our favourite holiday cottage. We’ll walk along beaches, eat simple food and watch all those films we never got round to …..

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  3. Started a new class today and got a compliment from one of my students saying I was the best teacher he has had since starting with the company. Nice to hear that every now and then.


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  5. After beating Cancer three times in my 73 years on this earth last week I had to go for a kidney ultra sound. Something was wrong and the doctor wanted a look. I waited three days and finally got the call. It was not Cancer but there is a kidney stone and I will have to have a procedure to have it crushed so it can pass. Yay!!! I’ll take a kidney stone over Cancer any day. :o)

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