Time for Tea
I’d like to know a little more about you, the 15 people subscribed to my posts and my 3 regular commenters, so I thought I’d ask you a few questions and then answer the same myself. I’ve just updated my About Me page, so if you are looking for some more information on who I am and why I’m writing this blog, you can head over there.
I love this photograph of us above – even though Nix has hidden her head in her blanket and is probably thinking “Oh for fuck’s sake Mom, stop taking pictures”. We were on our way to Havelock North to stay with my Dad for the weekend and we were sitting, on State Highway 1 in roadworks. Those bloody roadworks then threw up a stone that cracked my windscreen. Bugger.
So here we go, here are my 5 questions, I’d love to read your answers in the comments below:
- What song is on repeat in your head right now?
- Summer – or Winter? Or Autumn? What is your favourite season and why?
- We are actually having tea at our favourite cafe, at brunch time, what do you order?
- What is the next show on your Netflix/Lightbox/Neon watchlist?
- What is the weirdest thing you have ever eaten while traveling?
And here are my answers!
Dancing on My Own – the DJ Tiesto remixed version – by Calum Scott. It comes up first on my workout playlist and we have a road trip rule that if the volume gets turned up, then there is to be no talking! It took me about 30 minutes to learn all the words (there aren’t many) but it reminds me so much of the old hospitality days and I just love the sound of it.
Definitely summer over winter! I love the late nights, the heat, and I am sure that the beautiful sparkling orb in the sky is my ultimate source of energy. But then, if you don’t love autumn and especially the gorgeous colours in the trees, are you even human?
99% of the time, scrambled eggs with bacon and roasted tomatoes! It is a meal that I can get pretty much anywhere and know that there is no sugar in it. Sometimes I will even have a corner of the toast especially if the bread looks all nutty and seedy.
We are still trying to get through Riverdale! Someone keeps falling asleep and I have to wait for him to catch up so I can move on to the next episode. We have our own profiles as well, so for me, the next shows are The Good Wife (ongoing), Homeland (ongoing) and I’ve just been recommended Crossing Lines. I’m looking forward to reading yours!
In 2007 Nell and I traveled through South America and I am actually surprised I don’t have more to add to this list. I tried guinea pig – or cuy – in Peru and I think that might be the only strange thing I have tried … so far!
So there are mine – your turn!!!