The garden dawdler

Rory over at earthly comforts has given us 9 questions to answer, so here goes!

Is the WHY to everything important?
Yes, definitely, I’m forever asking why! I’ve done so since I was very young, but then, most kids do!

What would you list as your Top Five Fun Things?
Writing poetry, reading, spending time with my mom, hanging out with my parents dog Charlie, Going out on outings.

Should we care about the dreams of others or only our own?
We should definitely care about our own! As for others, well hearing about them is always cool IMO!

How well do you deal with criticism from others?
Not very well. I get hurt easily. If someone criticises me I usually take it badly.

Do you say YES or NO more often, and which is it?
I am a sucker for doing things for others! I mostly always say yes!

What is nose hair for?
Nose hair is of no use, so I don’t know why it is even a thing!

What is the funniest comment you have ever received?
What is your blind dogs name? They meant a guide dog.

Novels or Netflix?
Novels every time! I love reading!

Do good things come to those who wait?

Yes, they sure do! Anything good is worth waiting for!

The Garden Dawdler – 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.

8 thoughts on “The garden dawdler”

      1. Yes, l always thought so, but it also reminded me yesterday when l was gardening about the blind salesman joke and the nun.

        A nun was having a bath when there was a knock at the door.

        “Who’s there?” she said.
        “The blind man,” came the reply.

        Realising that he couldn’t see her she said, “Come in.”

        The door opened. “Nice boobs,” he said. “Now where do you want the blinds?”

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