Melanie of Sparks of a combustible mind has asked;
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If you didn’t have to sleep, what would you do with the extra time?
I would read. I haven’t had much time to read lately so I would catchup with my favorite authors. I will also do some blogging too.
What job would you be terrible at?
I think any job where I have to prevaricate intentionally. Lying is not my cup of tea and I will slip up definitely.
When was the last time you climbed a tree?
Maybe when I was a young mother. Teaching one of my kids to climb a tree.
Do you count your steps?
Like literally? I do that every day and try to walk at least six to eight thousand steps. If you mean the steps towards performing some task, I do that too. To make sure that I do not mess up!
Bonus question (just because it’s really silly) What’s the dumbest way you’ve injured yourself?
I was in grade five and was trying to open the lid on a tin, which was tightly stuck. I used a screwdriver with too much force and it slipped and got embedded in the fleshy part of my palm. It was so painful that it hurt my whole hand for a week, though the external wound was a small one. It taught me not to try to be over clever with tools.
I am grateful for all that is right I’m my world this week. I hope that this sense of gratitude becomes a part of my positive thinking permanently. I want to be able to say thanks each and every day, regardless of what sort of a day it is, because there are no guarantees in life and each day that we live and enjoy life’s infinite blessings with our loved ones, is a good day!
Thank Melanie for these questions and this series of posts. Hope that things get better at your end. Lots of warm wishes.