Which would you rather throw away: Love or Money?
Do I have to throw either? I cannot afford to throw away money. As for love, I can do without romantic love. I don’t want to be hated but I don’t need everyone to love me, just my family, close friends and pets.
Do you believe you should do one thing a day that scares you?
No. Why should I put myself through that?
What’s the last thing you do at night?
Often the last thing I do at night is read for a few minutes but if I’m really sleepy I just put the bedside lamp out.
If you could own a mythical creature (unicorn, phoenix, etc.), which one would you pick? (A nod to the soon ending 2021 A-Z Blogging Challenge, my topic this year “Mythical Creatures”)
I assume that unicorns, griffins, phoenix etc still have to be fed and have somewhere to live. I think I have enough pets to look after without exotic ones. I would like a fairy in my garden or maybe a leprechaun as long as he was willing to share his gold.
Naomi had to head home to Oatlands yesterday and five minutes after she left I fell over in the back yard while letting a potoroo out of the garden. I’m really grateful that I was not too badly hurt, grazed knees and one is probably bruised as it still hurts. However what I am most grateful for is that my camera appears to be undamaged. I wanted to take a photo of the little guy which didn’t happen because he hopped off at full speed. My camera went flying out of my hand and landed on hard ground near me. I fell on concrete pavers. My first thought, even before “Can I get up?” was “Oh no, my camera is probably broken.” I tried it out as soon as I hobbled inside and it seems fine. I would struggle to buy another but I have to have a camera.