the morning dawdler round 2

Rory, over at earthly comforts, is posing a set of questions today and I thought I’d join in with his prompt!

If you want to go join in too, check him out here!

The Morning Dawdler – Earthly Comforts

How hard is it for you to ask for help if you need it – can you do so quickly, or are you resistant to it?

I am able to ask for help if and when I need it. I am not afraid of asking for help. Being disabled, I have had to get used to it and now its part and parcel of my life.

Are there any phrases that people use that annoy you immensely?

Yes! “Back in my day…we did XYZ”

So annoying!

How do you acquire new skills – what systems do you adopt to aid you, and why do they make things easier?

I mostly google everything, using my phone, or I will ask Alexa questions, if I need instructions on how to do certain things, or info on certain topics.

Which three spices or condiments do you use the most when cooking, and what makes them more valuable?

Garlic, chili, and oregano!

Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

8 thoughts on “the morning dawdler round 2”

  1. We’ll back in my day😂😂😂I probably am guilty of this at times 😂 but really a lot of things were simpler and that’s why tech stuff is hard for me🙄😂

    Sent from Yahoo Mail for iPhone

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  2. Hahaha, l have to say like Cheryl, but back in my day abc and xyz too 🙂

    My worst is from my mother who is 83 and bear in mind l am 60 this year when she says “I think you forget l carried you for 9 months!!”

    Aarrgghh!!!!

    Very frustrating.

    Interesting answers Carol Anne 🙂

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