It was my intention to participate in Cee’s challenge yesteday, but somehow yesterday disappeared. It seems the days are doing that far too often lately. Anyway, here goes!
1. Do you plan out things usually or do you do them more spontaneous (for example if you are visiting a big city you don’t know? This questions sounds familiar – I plan. I plan and plan, then when I arrive I improvise a bit. Usually I plan far too much for the time I have.
2. Do you play video/computer game? Which one(s) or most recent? For awhile a few years ago I played Playstation games in an attempt to keep up with my grandchildren. That proved hopeless, since I don’t seem to have the coordination required to do really well. Now I’ve gotten sucked into Candy Crush Saga, Candy Blast Mania, Bubble Witch Saga – those are the games I play alone. But Kat and I also play Words with Friends – and I have a game going with an unknown opponent who beats me fiercely all the time. And Kat and I play Dice with Buddies. Since she is now in South Korea and working all day every weekday, our games take longer to finish, but that’s okay because my brain moves slowly too often.
3. In a car would you rather drive or ride? It depends on who the other driver is. I am quite comfortable with most of my women friends – sometimes men are a bit more aggressive than I’m comfortable with. I tend to be a very cautious driver. Some would say wimpy.
4. Since adolescence, in what three-year period do you feel you experienced the most personal growth and change? Oh boy! Is this a memory test? I’m going to say somewhere around the age of 45 to 50, cannot give a specific three-year period. It was the time following a divorce, the ending of what was a tumultuous relationship – a time when I learned how strong I really am and how many things I could do when I set my mind to it. I bought a townhouse that needed “updating” and set to painting, wallpapering, then building a wall unit followed by other pieces of simple furniture – I found me. It was exciting!
And now, because I want to share, a few photos from my archives. These were taken when husband and I went to the east coast in 2006.