Tuesday, July 7, 2020
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TMI TUESDAY ?
5 questions from the TMI TUESDAY BLOG
I’ve responded by adding my answers to each question.
1. What is the last song you sang?
The radio in the kitchen is set to my favorite country music station and I am in my office which is just a step down from the kitchen. Some songs always get my attention and I pause to sing along and even stop what I am doing and DANCE in the KITCHEN with songs like Hank Williams, Jr – Family Tradition – and David Allan Coe, The Perfect Country Western Song.
2. What place are you longing to visit?
You can read stories about my summers in Austria – such as “When I Begin my Day with Mozart,” in my book, “Walking by Inner Vision: Stories & Poems. Audible , Print, or Kindle
3. Tell us about the last time you were insulted?
The most insulting situation I have encountered is when I am interviewed by people who have not read my books , or prepared in advance to discuss my writing or my art. A good interview is when the interviewer is well-informed and we work in advance to decide what we will be focused on in the program.
4. When was the last time you hung out with anyone not in your immediate household?
Mid-march, when we went into “shut down” in Pennsylvania – due to the Corona Virus. But this just gave me lots more time to work in my flower gardens, get my exercise outside and enjoy the sunshine, and tend to my spectacular lilies. Nature is my muse so I have enjoyed being at home with no anxieties.
What did you do? Typically, I went to the gym 3 mornings a week to exercise, have lunch, and visit with friends.
5. Fill in the blank: I spend a lot of hours ____GARDENING___.
I am the Queen of Lily Gardens. And, I also have a lovely Zen Meditation Garden. I am at work in my gardens before daylight, many days. These are solitary and time-intensive occupations. I am happy and time does not exist when I am in my gardens. No worries and nothing to stress over.
Bonus: Which is worse–smelly feet or smelly breath?
Breath – I have a nose like a bloodhound, and I can smell bad breath from a distance. Breath – Listen now.
I’ve never encountered smelly feet – thankfully. I say, keep em covered and keep em to yourself.
And, I don’t EVER want to see anyone clipping their toenails. UGH! Sickening to think of it.
Feet need to be kept manicured and healthy.
Lynda McKinney Lambert takes off her shoes and steps into her Zen Meditation Garden. Grounding has many benefits for Body, Mind, and Spirit
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