What’s The Strangest Thing In Your Refrigerator?
There isn’t anything particularly strange in there at present, milk, eggs, cheese, fruit and veg, cold meat and Naomi’s lunch for tomorrow as she’s going to her volunteer job. There was a time, when David was alive, that we’d be quite likely to have several rolls of film in the fridge and sometimes, back in Adelaide, I used to put my spring bulbs in the crisper for a few weeks before planting. I don’t really do that here because Tasmania is cooler so it’s not necessary.
Would You Rather Hear The Music Of Johann Sebastian Bach Played By A Barbershop Quartet, Or A Heavy Metal Band?
It depends on my mood. I might listen to either. I don’t think it is usual for Barbershop Quartet’s to do Bach but I do quite enjoy acapella so it might be nice. Late at night as it is now I’d probably go for classical music but if we’re out in the car somewhere I’m happy to listen to heavy metal for a while. Naomi has very eclectic taste so there is a bit of everything on the car playlist.
If You Could Erase One Event From History, Which One Would You Erase?
Dropping the atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
If Your Food Is Bad At A Restaurant, Do You Say Something?
I probably wouldn’t although I’d like to. I will speak up if I don’t get my food which I wouldn’t have at one time but sending bad food back is a bit harder for me. I probably just wouldn’t eat it. However, if the wait person asked how I liked it I would not lie and say I enjoyed it,
GRATITUDE SECTION (as always, optional):
On one side of the earth we’re facing upcoming Spring, and on the other Autumn. What positive or uplifting thought do these changes bring to you?
Tasmania has a proper autumn. I am looking forward to autumn days being a little cooler. I love seeing the leaves change colour and soon we’ll be able to plant our spring bulbs. Of course with the end of Daylight Saving Time in April the days will be shorter but I don’t really mind that.