Sunday, 16 February 2014

Weekly Wondering // Week 20

First up, a very Happy 26th Birthday to my love, Jake, today. I don't think he reads my blog very often anymore but I thought it best to acknowledge the fact officially that he's old. <3

I found this set of questions, '365 thought provoking questions to ask yourself this year', last year and bookmarked the webpage. After having rediscovered it I am answering 7 of the questions each week  until I complete the year. 

133. When you think of ‘home,’ what, specifically, do you think of?
My own bed,  comfort, warmth and four bowls. <3

134. What’s the difference between settling for things and accepting the way things are?
I think that settling is pretty much giving up. It's choosing not work towards anything better whereas accepting is to recognize things are the way they are.

135. How many of your friends would you trust with your life?
To be 100% honest, none of them. I have less friends than can be counted on one hand, some of which I haven't known long at all. Overall I don't have a best friend or a close friend and so wouldn't expect anyone to class my friendship high enough to feel inclined to do any life saving.

136. What’s your definition of heaven?
See question 128.

137. What is your most prized possession?
Other than my three men...I'm gonna cheat by saying my memory boxes. Technically they obviously contain more that one 'possession' but if there were a fire it's what I'd grab. I have some lovely things, but I really am not too overly attached too many material items - it's the memories I hold dear. 

138. How would you describe yourself in one sentence?
I am a kind hearted, animal loving, Disney obsessed, 70 year old in a 23 year olds body. 
(Are all those commas allowed? haha)

139. What stands between you and happiness?
Uhhh I hate these these questions because they make the materialistic me come out. Surely everyone will agree thought when I say that standing between happiness and myself is money!
Now I know money can't buy happiness - I have all I need in Jake and the pets, but money would give us a nice, safe, peaceful place to live which is the only thing I long for. 

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