Tucker the mischievous puppy is going to learn how to sleep over at grandma’s house tonight.
One way to try and overcome writer’s block is to talk to people. But I didn’t want to talk to the people who are here in this house (trust me, we’ve been together for seven covid-months and I have nothing left to say that hasn’t already been said a million times) so I chose to talk to you instead. 🙂
When I took this selfie I was 18,994 days young. Or 27,351,548 minutes…
Missed the first questions? Click here:
You were given a month away in a cabin to work on writing undisturbed.
- Question a) Is the desired cabin in the mountains, on a lake, in a forest or on a beach?
- Question b) Who would you like to have with you as your writing companion?
Me: WELL. I think I would like a cabin in all of those locations, but if I had to pack up and leave today I’d pick a beach.
I’m not ready for the cold weather; it feels like summer wasn’t really long enough this covid-year, and it wouldn’t take me as long to pack for a beach-side cabin. I could leave within the hour. Ha.
(I would pack: a couple of sun dresses, a light sweater, a bikini, a pair of capris with a tshirt, leggins and a tank top, my nighty and matching robe, toiletries and a few pair of shoes. I was a flight attendant for four years, I can pack this stuff in under 20 minutes.) 🙂
In terms of a companion, I would pick several of you. BUT, I would request some time to myself first. So, come any time after the first week. 😉
Your turn. 🙂
Missed the first question? Click here: Need to know 1 – happiness
If you could give up one necessary household chore forever but had to replace it with another chore, which would they be?
Me: clean the bathroom
I want the bathroom to be sparkly clean as well as highly organized. I don’t want to think about where stuff is, I just want to reach for it and do my business.
This is tricky in a home where multiple people use the same bathroom. Why is it so hard to put the toothpaste in the same location every time, hang up the towels, rinse down the suds after the shower, clean out the hair from the drain, give the toilet a swirl with bleach and a brush, keep the toilet paper stocked and a full roll on the holder? I also hate scrubbing the tub and tile more than scrubbing the toilet, wiping mirrors (why are they always so spotty?) and being the only one who knows how to refill the liquid soap dispenser. Oh, and the floor needs to be clean enough to eat off of (not that I’d do that, ew, but that’s the standard I desire and never seem to be able to achieve).
Maybe I’ll hire someone to do just the bathroom every week. That’s how much I hate it.
Instead, I’d rather sweep and mop/swiffer the floor or vacuum the area rugs, neither activity I’m a particular fan of, but will do happily if I can just never do the bathroom again.
Your turn. 🙂
Name one tangible thing that makes you blissfully happy. Explain why.
Me: Fresh sheets on the bed.
There is something about how a freshly laundered set of sheets, pillow cases, blankets and comforter induce a deep, satisfying sleep for me. I still revel in it when I wake up that first morning after.
Your turn. 🙂
My still teacherless child has been watching youtube videos on how to make space buns.
Space buns is a thing you do with hair. A type of hairstyle. Did you know this?
I didn’t. I do now and so do you. You’re welcome. 😉
According to Wikipedia, I don’t exist.