Okay, so you should know me a lot better now than you did 30 days ago. But if there’s anything else you are curious about, feel free to ask it by commenting on this post. I can’t guarantee that I’ll answer, but I’ll try to keep it fair and do so. And if you find any other cool blog challenges, let me know! 🙂
- One&Only Cape Town Resort: Author Talk & Book Launch with John van de Ruit (south-african-hotels.com)
- Why I Think Joburg Rocks (jacquesdb.co.za)
This is very vague, but let’s see…
My nephew hugging me when I get home in the afternoon.
My “it’s complicated” sending me more virtual kisses than I sent him.
Tastee Wheat served in bed.
Being covered with a blanket and having it tucked in around me when I’m lounging/napping on the couch.
Unexpected offerings of little gifts like magazines, chocolates, flowers, etc.
When something ordered online/won is delivered and I get to tear through packaging.
Sharing cake with good friends.
Warm, sturdy hugs that make me feel loved.
New comments on my blogs and websites.
When my website hits reaches a new milestone figure.
Being invited to events.
That’s enough, I think 🙂
- Love of my life
- How I feel about my life at the moment
- How to make more of my website
- The stuff I want that I can’t have
Pretty much in that order, I suppose. I guess you could also say it’s a bit of a one-track mind.
- Random Thoughts From An Empty Mind (shambolicliving.com)
Hmm… I’d spend it with the love of my life. Probably holding his hand, since he’s not big on hand holding, and I figure he can maybe make this small sacrifice for me, the future considering. I don’t know what else. There would be no point in going on a shopping spree or anything out of the ordinary. I’d just make sure everyone I love knew it.
I can’t fulfill this challenge – the person I fancy is fiercely private, and I respect that, so no pics. Besides, a picture doesn’t capture his personality, his dry humour, his caring nature, his quirky sayings, his disarming charm and how he fancies me back in his own special way.
Hmm, that is very limiting. And I’m not sure I’ll be able to do it.
Hot chocolate (from vida e café) for some sweet sustenance, and also not completely horrible when it’s cooled down, and Wimpy bacon and cheese burger.
Not an experiment I’d like to try though.
- The Health Benefits of Chocolate (berries.com)
Bad writing, including grammar and spelling (particularly in novels) and if authors – and worse, their editors – can’t keep their characters/names straight. I mean, did you even bother to reread anything?
Nosy people. I know curiosity is a human condition; I’m an inquisitive individual myself, but I respect people’s privacy and boundaries. I hate when people eavesdrop, or fish for gossip. I don’t mind gossip if it has no malicious intent, but if someone told you something in confidence, I really don’t want to know about it. Sies!
Doing dishes. I don’t think there’s a single chore I hate more than that.
Traffic and rude drivers. Jo’burg is full of them, and Pretoria isn’t far behind. Everybody wants to get to their destinations; we’re all tired, rushed, hungry, etc. but a little common courtesy will go a long way in avoiding accidents, bottlenecks and road rage. I’m just saying.
Inconsiderate people in general. I’ll just leave it at that, because I could go on forever on this topic.
Meetings that do not add any value to projects I’m working on.
Lazy people who expects others to pick up the slack, and then take all the credit for themselves.
- What’s Your Biggest Pet Peeve? (buzzfeed.com)
- Top movie pet peeves (vancouversun.com)
- What’s Your Beauty Ad Pet Peeve? (bellasugar.com)
- On the Road Again: 7 Pet Peeves About Driving (theredheadchronicles.wordpress.com)
- Pet Peeves (thetimberframe.wordpress.com)
- Day 7: Pet Peeves (kajunkween.wordpress.com)