Describe your laundry routine. Do you have a certain day when you do it all, or do you just wash whatever you need for the next day?
Oh, the laundry. It is the neverending bane of my existence. I have no routine other than when I am running out of clothes for work, I desperately need to do it. But I am bad about it, distracted by other things and comings and goings, etc. so sometimes it sits in the washer and dryer until it needs to be redone.
In your opinion, what age will you be when you’ll consider yourself to truly be old?
100. Until then, I think I will keep in my mind that I am truly 20! That’s how I feel most of the time now, barring my lapses when pain overtakes me and my body feels like I’m 100.
What is one of your goals? Is it short-term, long-term, or both?
I don’t set a lot of long-term goals for myself. I know that seems odd but I think it has always been that way. Perhaps a secret small part of me knows that my goals are not my own – just as my time and my life are not. They belong to God and he changes my path as he sees fit.
I’m probably being more philosophical about this question than it really intended…so perhaps one goal, going back to a comment I made yesterday, is to lose some weight!
Name something unbelievable you’ve seen or read lately.
I have a few unbelievable email correspondences lately…but I will keep the details of those to myself for now!
On a scale of 1-10 with 10 being highest, how happy are you today?
There is a definite difference between happiness & joy. On the joy scale, I’d say about a 9 (joyful about Betsy’s baby on the way, joyful to be getting together with my girls tonight, joyful that it is the weekend). On the happiness scale, more like a 4 frankly.