It is Social Sunday again, so here goes with a little Q an A:
Q: What is your favourite kind of surprise?
A: The little things. Like today, when I was running around like a goose getting ready for work and dressing up like the biggest drag queen of the last three days and my boy called on the phone. I made him pretend he was talking to Lollii as the phone sat on the bathroom cabinet and I tried to put an eyelash on. When he was finally allowed to talk to a person he asked me if I wanted a lift to work. I was all 'no, it's okay' (while thinking, 'eek, I have to ride a bike to work with a wig, false eyelashes and a tutu'). Then, 'Who's at the door?'. Confused. Oh, it's the boy come to give me a lift. Little trickster. But so sweet. And it happens a million times with lovely thoughts. A surprise doesn't have to be big.
Q: Flowers or Chocolate?
A: Well, the flowers, at least wouldn't have calories—even if they're nasturtiums. But I don't need either. I usually get shelves full of milk and a steak instead.
Q: What is your favourite summertime activity?
A: Wishing for winter. Only kidding. I only do that if it is over twenty-five degrees. Otherwise I do love to sit with a cider on the front porch and watch the drivers near-miss each other and play Scrabble until the mossies come out.
Q: Do you have any vacations planned this summer?
A: It's our winter, but I do have two planned for this year. It is better for your mental health to have more than one. We leave very soon for a week of cocktails, swimming, foot massages and reading in Phuket, Thailand. And later in the year we are going road-tripping through the States. Technically that may be more northern hemisphere autumn, but close enough. Thinking Nevada, New Mexico, Texas sort of a trip. Lots of me thrift shopping and the boy looking at fireworks shops, wide open spaces and mad Americans (the only kind I like!)
Q: Favourite Summer holiday?
A: We are all back to front, so our Summer holidays are Christmas and New Years. We have Australia Day in January. But I think a day where a whole State doesn't go to work (except for people like us, but irrelevant) because of a horse race is as good an excuse for a holiday as it gets, so Cup Day, first tuesday in November, is my favourite Summer holiday. Not that I am overly fussed about the actual race.
Q: Dream Vacation?
A: One that has no limit. Something like being able to do a long distance walk all the way through, ride Cadel Evans' Tour de France all the way through. No time limits, and no worries. That would be the best.
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