How well do you know your next-door neighbors? Do you like them? (credit to Cyranny for the question)
My next door neighbour here in Sisters Beach divides her time between her home and her partners place so I don’t see very much of her. However, she seems quite a friendly person. We say hello when we meet and when she knew was alone during lockdown she gave me her phone number in case I needed anything. I’m not really a neighbours person. I’m happy to chat outside when we meet but I don’ t want the sort of neighbours who want to pop in all the time. My home is my castle.
Do you have a full length mirror? (credit to Sadje for the rest of the questions)
No, I don’t have a full length mirror. Currently I don’t have a mirror in my bedroom at all and have to use the bathroom mirror.
(for the men) Do you shave every day or do you like the ‘stubble’ look, or a beard?
(for the ladies) How long do you spend putting on make-up in the morning?
Normally I don’t wear make up at all. I have never liked the feel of it on my skin and now I don’t go out much I can’t be bothered with it. If I am going out for a meal or something I will use lipstick and powder my face, that doesn’t take long.
How many items of clothing are in your bedroom (or closet) and not hung up?
I assume that you don’t mean clothing which normally lives in drawers, you mean stuff that just got chucked onto a chair or the floor. Let’s see if I can recall without going to look. One windcheater jacket that is not dirty enough for the laundry but that I didn’t want to wear to the Visitor Centre today, one really old cardigan that I throw on when it’s chilly but never wear out, an old jumper and an old sweatshirt that don’t fit me anymore but that I can’t bring myself to throw out and two or three T shirts in the laundry basket that I need to press because they are a bit too wrinkly and the leggings I was wearing over the weekend which I might get one more wear out of before washing. My room is tiny so I can’t have too much lying around.
GRATITUDE QUESTION (as always optional)
Do you have a happy place?
Home is my happy place. I live in a beautiful part of the world and I consider myself lucky to be here.