Found this Meme at Bev Sykes’ blog, Airy Persiflage: Sunday Stealing and thought I needed a little “light and airy” mood here at the blog. No politics. So here goes… copy and reblog if you wish…
(Note: Bev had numbered each question starting with 26, so I am keeping her numbering system, even if it doesn’t appear to make sense in my blog here… )
Not in the conventional sense of the word, but in the more personal sense of the word, I’d have to answer “yes” but don’t really want to go into details. Let’s just say that sometimes it feels like I’ve reverted back to early childhood days in some respects of ADL’s (activies of daily living) and leave it at that.
Although I couldn’t tell you the details, I’m sure I must have.
Oh yeah… a lot!
My way is by plodding along day in and day out, making the granola, making the ice cream, making the homemade bread, and making the cookies, along with making the suppers every night with few exceptions, and just being here for my lover and best friend every minute of every day of our lives.
I’m thinking about typing this sentence without making any typos.
Bev had a good answer to this one and it’s basically mine, as well. Yes I CAN live without internet but I would not WANT to do it, at this point. It would seriously complicate my life trying to go backward after all the little time-saving things I can do online now. I don’t know how my Paul lives without it, but he never tried it, so you don’t miss what you don’t have, I guess.
Many, many, many, many, many times. A lot of times. I am an emotional being.
Unfortunately, yes. I admit it. Especially this past year during the U.S. election cycle!
Jeans. However, if I were a nice size 10 and a skirt would look good on me, I might prefer skirts. I have nothing against them, but not on me, not at this point.
If you mean trusting others, not really. Especially my spouse – I trust with my life. If you mean trusting myself, maybe a little. I am feeling old and things are starting to break down and I don’t fully trust that I’ll get thru each day successfully, but somehow I do.
It may not appear to be all on my own, because my spouse contributes too, but I would have to say “a happy home” for Paul, Belle (and former fuzzies), and myself here at Crow Cottage.
The first is my Paul. The second is our Belle, the best collie girl in the world.
My dog/person, Belle,when I came downstairs about an hour ago.
Yes. I tend to say “It is what it is.” Period.
Ha-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha! Ahhhh, no. Maybe years ago in my youth, maybe… but certainly not anymore… oh no.
Yes. I believe we, as timeless souls, have a destined purpose in Life and that we choose each Lifetime ourselves.
Yes, every day. Finding him was the best thing that ever happened to me in this Life.
I was “Becky” growing up – I always hated that name. I was “Rebecca” after marrying husband #1, and my family had trouble changing to that, but it IS my name and I like it a lot more than “Becky.” I became “Bex” when I went online and needed a moniker that was quick and easy to remember and to type, so “Bex” it has been, mainly online only, since the late 1990’s. However, I go by my whole real name of Rebecca in real life.
Oh yes. If I were single, I’d be either a vegan or a vegetarian (whatever the difference is, I’m not sure)… but I would probably not buy or eat meat, however, I am addicted to certain dairy products.
No. I try to stay upright and to not bump into things because my stability is not so good these last few years. I give myself a lot of clearance with other objects!
All the time.