Are you a traveller or a homebody?
I am a little of each. I love to travel to places near and far but I love having a home to come back to. I would be frustrated if I could never go and see new places and experience new things but I also like to see my familiar things around me, my pets, my garden and my stuff. I couldn’t be one of these people who never wants to put down roots.
What kind of TV commercial would you like to make? Describe it.
I’d like to make a commercial encouraging people to be more well-mannered and courteous and to set a good example for their children by teaching them to respect others. I think humour is a good tool so I would make it funny so that people might remember it in a good way and not because it was annoying.
Describe yourself in a word that starts with the first letter of your name.
I had to have a think about this one. I don’t think I’m Vain or Vicious. I could say Voluptuous although it would not be my first choice.
I think I am going to run with Virtuous because I try to be.
List some fun things for a rainy day.
I’ve had plenty of practice at that lately!
- Taking photos and doing research for my doll blog.
- Reading posts from my favourite bloggers
- Browsing online shopping sites.
I am often at the Op Shop during the day so my days off are usually spent either doing chores or errands which I don’t count as fun things to do but in the evenings I am:
- Binge watching old TV shows on Netflix or YouTube. “Star Trek Voyager”, “Dad’s Army” and “The Goodies” have all been favourites this winter.
- Knitting fashion doll outfits.
- Reading a good book.
- Chatting with friends online.
Bonus question: What are you grateful for from last week, and what are you looking forward to in the week coming up?
Last week I was grateful for getting a dry day at the cricket on Saturday even though the team did not perform well. I got to take loads of photos which I’ll be sharing in a couple of days.
In the week coming up I may catch up with friends or with my sister as I haven’t seen her for a few weeks. I’m not sure yet where we will go or what we will do.