I’m sitting here watching the birds and small critters outside my window, avoiding things like vacuuming, laundry, yard work – because I don’t wanna, not right now. Later. I’ll do something later. A really good way to avoid things I don’t want to do is to play with Cee and share more of my world.
What is your favorite color of hair? You can name your hair color or a color that you just like. I don’t know if I have a favorite although I guess generally it’s whatever your natural color is. Except, of course, when I was younger and my natural color was a dishwatery blonde I was not happy with it. I think maybe a deep, rich brown might be the color I like the best – on someone else.
List at least 5 things that you are good at. Ummm. I am really good, expert almost, at avoiding things I don’t want to do – hence, this post. I have a really hard time commending myself. I’m good at making pie crusts. I’m good at following written instruction – which is not to say I’ll listen when someone tells me how to do something I already know how to do. I’m good at learning new things when I’m interested. I’m good at planning trips. I’m good at being manipulated by my pets and the wild critters I feed, as witnessed by the fact that I stopped typing this to go put sunflower seed out for the squirrel that just took the lid off the can I keep it in.
What is your favorite animal or type of animal? (pets, dolphins, stuffed, wild cats, etc) Animals. Almost all animals. As pets I like dogs and cats. Not so fond of snakes, rats, mice in the house as pets. I am entranced by dolphins/porpoises and I think giraffes are the most regal creatures in existence.
What did you appreciate or what made you smile this past week? Feel free to use a quote, a photo, a story, or even a combination. This past week – the one prior to March 26 – I appreciated having a warm, dry home to be in, a furry cuddly girl to keep me company, regular communication with my son and daughter, good food to eat. Mostly, life.
Now, some of the paintings I’ve been doing as I stay inside the warm, dry house.