(Some just ‘off the cuff’ ones today)
How do you feel about sharing your computer or phone password with your partner?
Occasionally David and I did need to access each other’s computers and I’m sure that he told me his password. I probably told him mine. We would only look at each other’s stuff if, for example, one of us was out and needed information from the computer or for the other to perform some action. For instance I did David’s banking while he was in hospital. I have enough trouble remembering my own passwords without having to memorise other people’s so there is no danger that I’ll go looking where I shouldn’t.
What is the greatest struggle you’ve overcome? (This isn’t meant to be invasive, just use general terms if you’d like. Or if not, feel free to pass on the question. That’s allowed too).
I guess that my greatest struggle has been to be more outgoing. I was an extremely shy child and teenager and probably only really gained confidence in myself as I approached thirty. I still prefer to socialise in small groups rather than go to parties but at least meeting new people doesn’t terrify me these days.
If heaven is real and you died tomorrow, do you think you would get in? Why or why not? (this is purely speculation, no bias if you don’t believe)
I guess that would depend on the entrance criteria for heaven. If it involved praying and going to church regularly I definitely would not get in. If you are familiar with the TV Show “The Good Place”. I think I would be a candidate for “The Medium Place”.
What makes you feel like you really need to be alone?
If I have gone a few days where I’m constantly doing things with other people with no time to myself I start to really need time to be alone and do my own thing. It’s not that I don’t enjoy the activities or the company but sometimes, maybe selfishly, I just want to think about what I want to do.
GRATITUDE SECTION (as always, optional)
Do you have any traditions around this time of year?
It’s too soon to call going to the tulip farm a tradition as it is only the second year we’ve been here in spring but I hope it will become one. I don’t take much notice of Halloween. Although it’s becoming popular commercially it’s not really a thing for us in Australia except maybe for kids. We might do something on the night but we don’t spend the whole of October celebrating “spooky month”.