My nice and cute guy, Michael, actually said the word “cute” when I showed him one of those images. Can you guess which one?
Yesterday I had a cute idea of how I might spend my May 8 – 23 vacation from work. Instead of spending the whole time in our cute home by the sea, I thought it might be cute to do “The Year(s) of Living Non-Judgmentally” World Tour. That is, I could visit some of my cute readers, staying in cute hotels, and eating in cute restaurants. If you want me to visit you, leave a cute and convincing comment below.
My careful husband Michael, who is all that I could wish for, likes to say, “Be careful what you wish for.”
If you wish for a careful definition of that statement, here‘s one:
(be) careful what you wish for — idiom
Definition of (be) careful what you wish for
—used to tell people to think before they say that they want something and to suggest that they may not actually want it
You think having twins would be fun? Be careful what you wish for, you may just get it.
Over the past few months, I’ve often wished for
more time at home,
the chance to relax, and
major changes in the current political situation.
Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, I’m getting what I wished for. I guess I should have been careful.
As I look around, I see many people making questionable choices.
Is it a questionable choice for me to share my first photo from yesterday?
I made some questionable choices yesterday, including using Gorilla Glue to reattach my lost-and-found necklace piece. However, after questioning the internet, I made choices to effectively remove the excess glue from my fingers and from the repaired necklace.
Are any of my other photos from yesterday questionable choices?
Last night, one of my unquestionable choices, Michael, showed me a short film from the NY Cat Film Festival about a man who has made choices some might find questionable. I hope you make the choice to watch this:
It’s not a questionable choice to thank Michael, Ian Christopher Goodman, Akamatsu the Cat, Harley the cat, Hallmark Cards, seaside locations, the internet, and — of course! — you, for choosing to visit here, now.