Geography Meme

1. A Place You've Visited and Your Favorite Thing there.
Rome, Italy, Vatican City

2. A Country You'd Like to Visit and Why

France -- I would love to travel to Lourdes, LaSalette, and the other apparition sites as well as to the motherhouse for my Community.

3. A Place From History You'd Like to Visit and Why
I would love to go back in time and to see the birth of Christ, the miracles he performed, and the Passion of Christ with my own eyes.

4. A Place You Know a Lot About

Illinois

5. A Place You'd Like to Learn More About
Australia


6. A Fictional Place You'd Like to Visit
Narnia

H/T to Cor Immaculate.

I tag: Julie at Happy Catholic, Valerie at I am MY Kid's Mom, UKOK at Catholic Mum, Esther at A Catholic Mom in Hawaii, and Jeff Miller, The Curt Jester.

If there's anyone else who would like to do this, be my guest.

Comments

  1. 1. A Place You've Visited and Your Favorite Thing there.
    Paris - The Touliries

    2. A Country You'd Like to Visit and Why
    Italy - Assisi

    3. A Place From History You'd Like to Visit and Why
    The Temple Mount as Jesus preached there.

    4. A Place You Know a Lot About
    Jerusalem, Ohio

    5. A Place You'd Like to Learn More About
    South Carolina

    6. A Fictional Place You'd Like to Visit
    My mind.

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  2. Hi Jean - I just posted my meme. Thanks for the invitation - it was fun to do!

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  3. 1. A Place You've Visited and Your Favorite Thing there.
    Mexico - Our Lady of Gudalupe

    2. A Country You'd Like to Visit and Why
    France - I would like to see if I still have ancestry there and learn more about the place where my ancestors lived.

    3. A Place From History Spain -- St. Teresa of Avila -- would have liked to have met her.

    4. A Place You Know a Lot About
    Texas

    5. A Place You'd Like to Learn More About
    Heaven

    6. A Fictional Place You'd Like to Visit
    Too many to choose from, but I will say Narnia

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