Five random things about me (Day 9/31 #sol20)

Since my brain is a foggy mess from this whole time change thing, I can’t even seem to come up with one slice from my day that would be worth sharing, and since it’s already getting late, I’m pulling a structure out of my save-this-for-when-your-brain-doesn’t-work stash for today’s writing.

Wouldn’t it be great if I could remember who passed along this lovely structure last week? Wouldn’t it be great to give that delightful writer credit for saving my bones this week?

Yep. It would.

But.

See above for that foggy mess reference.

Here are five random things about me:

1: “The Phantom Tollbooth” is the first heart-book that I can remember having. Playful language, witty characters, a parallel world, a little magic tossed in… That one imprinted hard!

2: My party trick is doing a one-handed handstand whilst holding an open beverage without spilling a drop. Okay. Maybe a drop or two gets excited by the action and makes a run for it. Most of said beverage remains contained.

3: I have a thing about kids at school reading over my shoulder. It makes me crazy.

4: In the 18.5 years that Mike and I have been together, we’ve only spent one complete calendar year together.

5: I’m an evenly split 4 and 5 on the Enneagram scale. Half head, half heart. This makes total sense to me. If I absolutely had to pick a main number, I’d be a 5 with a 4 wing (5w4).

Ta da!

Slice completed. Brain shutting off. We’ll try this whole thinking thing again tomorrow.

A blurry but large full moon this morning…which, I might add, seemed visible about an hour too early. 🤔🤔🤔

5 thoughts on “Five random things about me (Day 9/31 #sol20)

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  1. My fellow slicer, Amanda Potts, said that she wrote was she felt was a rushed and “terrible slice” but she got so many wonderful comments. I felt the vacant space today too. But, you have got a wonderful and interesting slice here and you’ve given me a tool for writing on those foggy days.

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  2. How fun! I do love stealing structures from others. Your list is like little windows into you. I don’t know anything about your number five. Now I’m curious! Thanks for sharing.

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  3. I feel like I need more information about the “party trick” I’m so intrigued and want to know how you discovered that you could do that. Thanks for being honest and real about your brain being in a fog. I thought it created a funny and real post.

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