This week Sunday Stealing is looking at our favourites. Hmmm. Something nice to talk about for a change.
Here we go - lets see if I can get the ironing done while doing this. One favourite, one piece of clothing ironed - sounds like a fair trade.
I don't have a favourite person, I have favourite people. A few of these include, Blarney, Dave and Kaz, Glen Waverley and Merijn, Lachlan... I have lots of favourite people. I'm lucky.
That's a tossup between Pillarbox Red and Teal.
Ice cream - that's easy. Good ice cream. Pity I'm off it for the month.
Oh, I'm really smell driven. Here are a few of my favourites:
Freshly baked Cookie Man Cookies
Dogs and cats paws in the morning
Coffee just after you've opened a fresh packet.
I'm going to make this my favourite books from last year - because I have lots of favourite books.
In the last year, the three books that really got to me were:
Burial Rites by Hannah Kent
The Narrow Road to the Deep North by Richard Flanagan
All the Light we Cannot See by Anthony Doerr
Can't recommend them all highly enough.
Again, too many to think about - however I'm sitting here watching "The King's Speech" as I write this and iron.
I've also got a great spot spot for "Little Miss Sunshine", and Argentinan film called "The Secret in their Eyes", "Bull Durham" and "Gosford Park".
Favourite Music artist
Favourite thing to do when bored
Read or exercise - one or the other.
Favourite genre of literature
I'm a lit head - the modern novel
Currently I'm reading a lot of The Monthly. Great for current affairs in Australia. I don't really read magazines.
Satin - always has been.
Favourite time of day
First thing in the morning
Favourite day of the week
Probably Sunday, though Friday afternoon is normally pretty good
Favourite thing to learn about
History - particularly English History. I love learning about anything really - learning is one of my favourite things.
Favourite thing about yourself
I'm lucky that I like myself - but I do like my eyes and my ankles.
Favourite lifehack (a time saving, efficiency technique for life)
Do all your ironing in one go in the evening - that way you never fret about leaving the iron on during the day.
Walk out of the house with your keys in your hand - always - you don't get locked out that way.