TMI Tuesday – Really Late Edition

This week was the first week of term 3 for me. I have a new timetable, I don’t like it, I am struggling to be positive. I don’t know why it is affecting me so much but for the first time in a long time my depression is getting physical with me. However in the spirit of fake it until you make it I am determined not to let everything go to hell in a handbasket, even if it means posting a little bit later than I would like.

1. Money or Fame? Why?

In this world of Tick Tick, Youtubers and social media influencers fame has become everyday and cheap. It has lost its influence and its power. Anyone with a phone can become famous. It sometimes comes without any real effort. 

Money still has power. With money a person can effect great change in the world. Sure they can be like Jeffery Epstein and use their money to cause great pain and sadness in some people’s lives but there are many in the world who use their money to really influence the world around them. 

2. Fish or Chicken?

I don’t feel particularly strongly about either of these choices. If I had to take one out of my life completely it would be fish. Chickens are a huge part of my life at the moment. We currently have about 20 chickens living with us and by the end of the year that number will be higher. We use these birds to create eggs and also for meat. The rule of thumb is “don’t name the ones we are going to eat.” It has worked pretty well.

3. Sleeping at night–too warm or too cold?

I am a child of the sun. I was born and have lived my entire life in a sub-tropical climate. Consequently I don’t like being cold. Like most Queenslanders I get twitchy when the daytime temperature is below 20oC and downright panicky when the nighttime temperature drops below 10oC. So I like to be warm. I pull the blanket around my neck to make sure I get a good seal. Unfortunately the onset of menopause has meant that I frequently wake up feeling like I am roasting so my nights at the moment (during our winter) have been a long dance of “blanket off, get cold, blanket on, get warm, sleep a little, wake up hot, blanket off” repeat.

I can’t wait until summer.

4. Beard or Moustache? Why?

I am not a fan of facial hair. Mr Jones has never had a beard. Although recently he has had a couple of attempts at letting his whiskers grow out. I tolerate it, in the spirit of being a supportive wife but eventually it annoys even him and he shaves it off.

I wonder what will happen next year when we are living in a caravan for an extended period? Perhaps I should pack a beard trimmer when we leave for our odyssey.

5. Cars–classic or modern?

I have long been a fan of the muscle car. Toranas to be exact.

Holden Torana - A9X Hatchback - Pink 2 by morecars | Holden torana ...

My current drive car varies, depending on the day, who is in the car with me and what is convenient in the driveway. Having two adult children, a set of grandparents and another adult tenant all living on our property has resulted in a LOT of cars to house and shuffle around. So I can find myself behind the wheel of a Mazda 3, An Isuzu Ute or a 2005 Commodore. Or, in a frightening twist, in the passenger seat supervising a learner driver.

6. Which holds more beauty–smile or eyes?

Normally I would say eyes. One of my classes is a bunch of 12 – 13 year olds. It is about a 60/40 split of boys to girls. During a class this week I made a quip about wanting to see their beautiful smiles in an attempt to get their eyes away from their laptop screens. I was rewarded with some very special little boy smiles. So now I am conflicted. Although I will say that a smile is not genuine if the eyes don’t match it.

7. Soothing the soul–hiking or shopping?

Absolutely 100% hiking. What is not soothing about hiking and seeing stuff like this?

As an aside my daughter looked over my shoulder as I was answering this and said that shopping was DEFINITELY not soothing to my soul. In her honest and unfiltered opinion it was the opposite of soothing for me.

She knows me well.

Bonus: What is your favorite type of foreplay?

Absolutely 100% having Johnny’s face between my legs.

This post is part of TMI Tuesday for 14 June. There are some awesome posts happening over there. You should check them out!.

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Wife, swinger, blogger. An ordinary woman living life one day at a time dealing with the complications of moonlighting as a sex goddess.

10 thoughts on “TMI Tuesday – Really Late Edition”

  1. 2. How do you decided which ones you will eat? Is it a certain type? Are they kept separate? Just curious. I don’t eat chicken but I like fish.

    5. Interesting car. Being in the States and not a car enthusiast, I had never heard of it.

    6. “…Although I will say that a smile is not genuine if the eyes don’t match it.” So true!

    I am all about hiking and being in nature. I detest shopping–having to go out to a physical place to shop. I shop online out of necessity but it is not enjoyable and certainly NOT soul soothing. Thanks for the pretty pics.

    I hope things settle in for you and you find your groove again.

    -H

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    1. 2. As a rule the boys end up in the pot and the girls end up in the pen making eggs and living a great chicken life. They all live happily together until the day the boys start making rooster noises and doing rooster things.
      Then they become dinner. The alpha rooster wouldn’t tolerate another mature rooster in his pen anyway.

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  2. Always fun to read, I hope you’re in a better state now, Mrs. J. I loved seeing the photos, the one with the islands looks like where I live. And I have never heard of a Commodore door or a Torana, I’ll have to google. The first car I bought brand new was a 1967 Pontiac GTO, that was a muscle car.

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    1. Pontiac is made by GM who owns Holden, the manufacturer of Commodore and Torana. In Australia there were two main local manufacturers, Holden (GM) and Ford. In Bogan world there are two types of cars, Holden and Ford. I am a Holden girl. Holden stopped making Toranas a long time ago and they are considered collectors items now. Holden continued to make Commodores until a couple of years ago and so some models will become the same in time. Not the one we have though.

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      1. I did go and look up those scores. It was interesting to read about the Holden company and how it started as a saddlery in the 1800s. It was fun to see the different models and I think one of the characters in Stateless was driving a Commodore. That was a very interesting show, have you seen it?

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      2. Damn Siri! I like to voice text of course I meant cars not scores. I guess I had better enunciate better, can’t blame Siri for everything. But it’s fun to do. I wouldn’t mind having a few Toranas in decent shape.

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  3. I’m enjoying getting to know more about you by reading these posts. Sorry to hear about the depression, and I hope things look more positive for you soon. Good luck with your timetable!
    ~ Marie

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    1. My timetable is what it is. I am stuck with it until the end of the year now. I have realised the solution to that problem is to accept it and use the situation to my advantage. Not ideal but I will get over it.
      Thank you for your kind words though.

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