Share Your World

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This was written for “Share Your World”


Can you bake a cake?   (credit for this question goes to Di, who asked it on her post

recently.   Thanks, Di! After last week’s SYW, we needed a little bit of sweet and light!)

What’s one thing that can instantly make your day better?

When you were a kid, did you eat the crusts on your sandwich or not?

What’s something your family would be surprised to learn about you?


My answers:

Yes, I can bake a cake. Birthday cakes, cheesecakes, carrot cake.  The cakes I’d like to learn how to make are Lithuanian cakes.

Writing a short story, poem, or sharing a recipe that I’ve created.

Yes, I’ve always eaten the crusts on my sandwiches. Waste not, want not  🙂

When I was a little girl I so badly wanted to grow up and become a famous singer.




Published by Susan Zutautas

A Canadian girl, born in Montreal, mother of three grown boys that lives with her husband in Ontario. Published author and poet. Loves to write flash fiction. Author of New In Town and two children's books which can be found on Amazon.

11 thoughts on “Share Your World

  1. Thanks Susan for Sharing Your World with us! It’s a talent to bake a good cake, and to make cheesecake? REALLY TALENTED! Lithuanian cakes? You’ll have to share what those are, because they sound intriguing! 🙂

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          1. When I was younger, mine curled, and I used to go all out to make it straight. Now it’s straight (age or consequnce of illness, not sure) and I’d love to see it curl again. Never satisified.


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