I think I might be adjusting to the time change. I slept all the way until the alarm went off this morning. (Monday I woke up at 3:30 a.m. and yesterday at 4:00 a.m.) Maybe it’s because I didn’t go to bed at 8:00 last night.
One of the groups I belong to recently had a meet-and-greet session that began with answering questions about ourselves. Today I thought it might be fun (fun for me, anyway) to share my answers and to encourage you to share a few of your own. That’s really my hidden agenda, since I already know me.
But I’ll go first!
What are you reading? I just started a mystery cozy: Plaster and Poison by Jennie Bentley, a new-to-me author. The title caught my eye at the library the other day. Given my love of series mysteries and redecorating/remodeling, I thought it might be a fun, rainy-day read.
What’s your favorite television show? Currently, I’m enjoying Psych and the Food Network’s Next Iron Chef.
What is your best time of day? Mornings, but I see myself slowly morphing into a night owl. (Except during time change week).
If you could only have one type of cuisine for the next month, what would it be? Mexican! Well, the Americanized version of it. Mexican food is so versatile and if it’s prepared with the right ingredients, it’s very healthy.
What is your favorite form of transportation? My feet! I love walking. (Answer will change for the December-February frigid season.)
If you could live anywhere else, where would that be? I loved Albuquerque and Southern California, so either of those would do nicely.
What is something profound you heard or read recently? “In my next life, I want to come back as me.” I can’t remember the name of the book I read it in, but that one little sentence has been replaying in my head. Even with my frailties and frustrations, I realize that I really wouldn’t want to be anyone other than me.
Your turn! I hope you have a minute or two to spare for sharing your answers. Or even just one or two. I like to know who’s reading my blog.
(Lurkers? Now is a really good time to toss away the shyness and jump into the fun.)
Today’s nugget from Serentipity:
I read this one in Real Simple: Stretch a rubber band around an opaque container of coffee, oatmeal, and such. Each time you scoop out a measure, move the band down to mark the supply level. While making your grocery list, you can see how much is left in a snap.