Taking Stock #2
The idea, for me anyway, is to read the word and answer without giving it too much thought, usually the first thing that pops into my head, because that’s how I roll!
I can’t believe so much has changed in the world, and my thinking, since my last taking stock post back in early March
Making: Scones – and they were delicious
Cooking: Lots of older recipes which I haven’t made for ages
Drinking: I tried a new local wine this week -Courabubbles Frizzante from Courabyra Wines and it’s really good
Reading: Lots of books these past few weeks!
Wanting: Nothing really, except maybe some disinfectant wipes
Looking: For things to photograph for our new numbers photo challenge
Playing: Podcasts while walking
Wishing: My daughter a happy 35th birthday today
Wasting: Time endlessly scrolling….
Enjoying: Riding my new electric bike on the rail trail
Waiting: For the world to recover
Liking: The outpouring of gratitude for health care workers and teachers
Wondering: Where this pandemic is all going to end
Loving: Anne with an E on Netflix – I’ve just finished them all and am sad now!
Hoping: To be able to see my family again soon, in person not via a screen
Marvelling: How people are reacting to this pandemic around the world
Needing: A hair cut – it’s been over 3 months since I’ve been to the hairdresser, but I’m quite happy with how it’s growing! Not too many silvery bits are coming through – bonus!
Smelling: The fire burning – it’s turned cold out there
Wearing: My coat from the UK, the first time I’ve worn it at home in Aus – I last wore it in January in England, which seems like a lifetime ago
Following: The growing numbers of coronavirus infections around the world
Noticing: Autumn colours
Knowing: How to practice social distancing and how to wash my hands
Thinking: Overthinking more like it
Feeling: A bit anxious if I’m honest
Bookmarking: Funny memes and jokes to lighten my day
Opening: My eyes every morning
Smiling: At Bluey episodes like this one, with everyone using technology to stay in touch these days, we all have to learn new skills
I enjoyed writing this light and easy post, I hope you’ve had fun reading through my answers!
What are you taking stock of this week?
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