The morning dawdler Q and A

On a scale of 1 – 10, how happy are you?
About an 8 on most days.
Why do people ask how we are but do not want to know the truth?

Most people ask just to be polite, but really, they could care less.
How much meat do you consume in a week, and if you are not a meat eater, have you ever considered meat alternatives, and if so, what are they?

I eat beef, some chicken, sometimes steak, and pork, most weeks. I like my meat.
Are you a slow or fast eater, and which behaviour do you think is best and why?

I guess I am quite a fast eater. I don’t eat slowly, but I probably should eat a little more slowly. Although, I rarely get indigestion, or heartburn. So I guess I am doing ok in that department.

Thanks Rory for these questions!

A Wild Aloha To You! – Earthly Comforts

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.

18 thoughts on “The morning dawdler Q and A”

  1. I’m a 10 most of the time. I’m happy about that.

    I eat a lot of meat and enjoy it. I don’t eat as much as I used to though.

    I use to eat fast because if I didn’t it would get cold or I would be called away. I eat much slower now.

    Have a fabulous day, Carol Anne. ♥

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