20 September 2007

Sunshine and Roses

The reverse of last week’s question:

Imagine that everything is going just swimmingly. The sun is shining, the birds are singing, and all’s right with the world. You’re practically bouncing from health and have money in your pocket. The kids are playing and laughing, the puppy is chewing in the cutest possible manner on an officially-sanctioned chew toy, and in between moments of laughter for pure joy, you pick up a book to read . . .

What is it?

I'm OK, You're OK ... just kidding!

If things were this fantastic, I would probably check with someone to be sure it was real, in the event that I had suddenly been thrown into some bizarro-world of my usual existence. Once I was convinced it was real, I would probably do something similar to what I would do when things were bad: find something that doesn't necessarily take a lot of concentration, and is a relatively quick read. When I am at an extreme high or low, I want to read, but at least at the beginning, cannot really concentrate on much.

Also cookbooks are excellent reading, no matter what. All of those possibilities ...


First of a few ...

Quizzes, memes, whatever. I've seen them on other's blogs, and I do like some of them, so I have done them, and kept the results, but have gotten behind on posting them. So here is one, answering the age-old question:

What spirit animal are you?

Your Score: The Otter

Here's your results! Your spirit animal has a Nobility ranking of 11 out of 18.



Your spirit animal is the otter. Playful, curious and fun animals, they are truly the start of what can be considered a noble creature. Otters are good at figuring things out, and make great friends. You are lucky to have one as a spirit animal. Otters are fairly rare as spirit animals.

(From: The What is Your Spirit Animal Test written by FindingEros)


Actually, this is rather interesting to me. I have always liked otters, and in one of my previous jobs, when we got a new computer system, and received assigned passwords from the tech department, my password was: otter! (Speaking of bizarro-worlds ...)

3 comments:

gautami said...

cook books make me hungry!

The Knitting Blog by Mr Puffy the Dog said...

Cook books/magazines are a wonderful choice. Food and a sense of well being go together. I love otters. At the zoo in Santa Barbara they had an exhibit with otters and they are the cutest most playful animals ever!

Brigitte said...

I agree, I love to read cook books!

I am a wolf...