Today, I had a look at the Promptosaur page because I only have two working brain cells left and was tired of staring at a white, blank screen. Thank you a million times for this. It is saving me today! I decided to pick a few topics to cover today. This might give you some insight to my very exciting and coveted life.
- Are you messy or neat? Does it matter to you? Well, I am by nature a messy person. My house is usually messy. By messy, I don’t mean disgusting and gross with rotten food and filth splattered around. I mean, it has a lot of stuff just piled here and there. I also tend to just leave out the mess when working on a project. I don’t put away the mess until I’m done, even if it takes weeks. On the other hand, I am an ultra clean freak when working in someone’s home. My philosophy is to leave the house cleaner when I leave than I found it when I arrived. I don’t let people clean up after me!
- What’s inside your fridge? The best answer to that is…mostly water. It has sprung a leak and we have to put towels and bowls in there to catch the water. I was told there is a clog in the line someplace and to defrost it for a couple of days to allow ice to melt. So, we packed our food into coolers and let the fridge stand for a couple of days while turned off. It was flooded with water, so I know it melted. It ran better for about a week, and is now back to leaking again. This fridge is 15 years old, so I think it feels like I do. I am getting older and tired, and I leak sometimes myself. But, that is a post for another day.
- If you didn’t know how old you are, how old would you be? Older than dirt. You have to respect anything older than dirt, right?
- The number three. Okay, this is not a prompt from Promptosaur, but I can’t do 3 topics. I must do an even number! Three is (to me) evil. I think I posted about that somewhere in this blog. I avoid the number three whenever it is possible! So, take that number three! I have four topics!
Well, that is enough from me today. I might pull a few more from that post soon and see what I can do with them. For now, have a wonderful Friday!