Today I’m borrowing a format from Aggie Kesler.
I am an early riser who loves a quiet hour (or three) alone in the morning.
I keep buying more books, even though I already own more books than I can possibly read in my lifetime–even if I live to be quite old.
I wish I could wear the color yellow, but any shade–from mustard to lemon–makes me look sallow and ill.
I love coffee, cats, bookstores, sketchbooks, turquoise, photography, roasted vegetables, road trips.
I dance silly and quite badly and in public only to make children or teenagers laugh.
I sing quietly under my breath unless I’m in the car alone, and then I can really belt it out.
I think everyone (except the allergic) should adopt a whole litter of kittens because sibs are the best.
I really want to reorganize and declutter my house so that it reflects a more minimalist style.
I need to make sure that the way I choose to spend my time reflects my values and represents activities that are truly restorative (that means less Facebook).
I should start using the Calendar feature on my phone so that I’m not constantly scrolling through email trying to figure out what meetings I have today.
I can easily lose hours falling down Internet rabbit holes when all I needed to know was how fast a pronghorn can run or what sounds a bison makes or whether all calico cats are really female.
I like to look at properties on AirBnB and daydream about travel.
I make really good chocolate chip cookies, even though I just use the recipe on the Nestle bag.
I always think I’m going to accomplish more in the day than I ever do.