I’m sharing this great post, to which the link for Abbie’s answers as well as the link to participate is below with all of you and answering the questions while doing so.
To me TMI means just that, and it also means being open and imaginative so… Here… We… Go…!
1. What time of the day do you feel the most energetic and what do you usually do in those moments?
Morning is my very best time of the day and so mornings for me are quite full of activity.
I start my day by always washing my face and brushing teeth and hair while hoping I don’t mix up the brushes from not yet having had my coffee.
Once that’s done, I head for the coffeepot and that all important first cup of brew.
When coffee’s to hand, I write, free flow style by journaling for anywhere from 30 minutes to an hour, read and answer email and Social Media notifications, then it’s time to feed, walk and play with my retired Seeing Eye Guide Dog Campbell.
2. What’s the coolest thing about your life?
The coolest thing about my life is that while recovering from a nearly deadly illness in 2017 I decided to start my own marketing business.
It has evolved and grown amazingly over the years.
Tell-It-To-The-World Marketing (Author, Blogger, Business Assists) is like everything in my life. It marches to a different beat, but I love assisting people with telling the world about their books, blogs, or businesses. You know? whatever it is they’re passionate about.
3. When are you most yourself?
Well… That depends on the moon phase and medication level. Ha! Ha! Just kidding. (Mostly)
No… Truly, over the years I always thought there was something wrong with me because while I enjoy being around others, large crowds make me uncomfortable and I really enjoy being at home or with a small group of people in a very familiar area.
I never knew I was a partial introvert until I fell ill in 2017. During that I spent a lot of time confined to first a hospital room and then my room in nursing therapy and I learned all sorts of neat stuff about myself, which started me on a whole new journey.
4. Would you rather be an ugly genius or a hot moron?
What…? You mean I’m not already an ugly genius? LOL. And are you telling me those who think I’m a hot moron are wrong? Hehaha!
I suppose, if I had a choice, I mean a real choice I’d just keep right on being who I am. Although… I would like to be a bit smarter.
5. Would you abandon your phone, internet, family, and friends for three months for a prize of 1 million dollars?
I could abandon my phone and internet, but I couldn’t get rid of friends or family because you can’t put a price on them. Although… I imagine I’ve got friends and family both who would say… Dump us already, get the money and pick us up again later. But, if they’ve that attitude maybe I should get rid of them and take the money. Hmmm? Something to think on.
Bonus: If you could wave a magic wand right now and have your life be perfect, what would that new life look like?
If I could wave a magic (Magik) wand, by the way one of which I own, I’d buy and slightly remodel the house I live in, it would be one-hundred percent paid for, the yard would be fenced in completely so my retired guide and soon to be new guide dog could romp and play at their leisure. I’d have real Wireless internet that worked all the time instead of this darn Hotspot junk which is slow as mud running uphill in February and I’d have a state of the art computer, and big great sounding speakers.
I’d have someone to help me with the things I’ve trouble doing because of my multiple disabilities, and I’d want to be able to help those less fortunate than me.
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