Day 2991: My idea of a good time

My idea of a good time is

  • blogging first thing in the morning,
  • providing group therapy to all who need it,
  • going for walks,
  • spending time with my husband Michael and other kind, loving, and funny people,
  • spending time with animals and nature,
  • balancing alone time with social time,
  • balancing my needs with others’ needs,
  • eating delicious, nutritious food,
  • accepting all feelings,
  • fighting injustice,
  • identifying next achievable steps,
  • learning new things,
  • good music,
  • good communication,
  • letting go of regrets about the past and worries about the future,
  • being in the moment,
  • longer days filled with light, and
  • capturing and sharing images.

My idea of a good time these days includes Twitter, in moderation.

Here’s “My Idea of a Good Time” by Mark Winkler:

My idea of a good time is asking you to share your ideas of a good time.

My idea of a good time is expressing gratitude to all who help me blog every day, including YOU.

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18 thoughts on “Day 2991: My idea of a good time

  1. My idea of a good time is looking at one dishes by Michael and imagining I’m eating them.

  2. My idea of a good time does not include using a beast of a vacuum cleaner such as that one!

  3. puella33

    My idea of a good time is being in good company and in nice places

  4. Any filled day with that which you value is a day well spent.
    -Alan

  5. hearts in action, long days of light – slow and lazy, laughing and crying, children, food, music, art, movies, nature, family, friends ,and flamin’ hot cheetos

  6. oops, also words.

  7. My idea of a good time, or at least one idea, is defining a villanelle. In fact I did that once for someone in my writing group. “Sounds complicated,” she said. Then I said that “Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night” was a famous example and she yelled, “Why didn’t you start with that?” I didn’t because I knew it would be funnier that way, and laughter is essential to a good time.

  8. You have a wonderful list to pull from, Ann. I share many of your same “good time” interests. I’m an avid gardener, and that’s one of my top of the list good time activities. Spring is springing, and I am happy with that. 🙂

  9. Yippee, Ann!

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