Rory’s garden dawdler April 15th

Are you utterly minimalistic in your lifestyle, an absolute clutterer hoarder, or just messy?
I’m just messy. I have a lot of stuff and it is literally everywhere.
Do you prefer to sit on a chair, cushion, bench, floor or something else for comfort and which?

I like to sit on my recliner, with a fleece blanket wrapped around me, or if not that, then I wear my snuggy.
What is the most challenging part of your writing process?

Hmmm, not sure. This is difficult to answer. I guess sometimes coming up with good ways to use certain prompt words.
Do you think you are an addictive or non-addictive personality?

Oh definitely addictive. I am easily hooked and get addicted to all sorts of things pretty easily.
Do you feel in any way, shape or form threatened by the arrival of AI [Artificial Intelligence] opportunities or welcome the progression into your life with ease?

I don’t feel threatened by AI, if anything, it has made my life as a blind person much easier.
What subjects or topics inspire you to create the most concerning your writing?

Mental health, general daily life, poetry about nature, family.
When was the last time you walked through a graveyard?

A few months ago. I went visiting some family graves with my mom and aunt.
What are your top five favourite flowers?

Daisy, daffodil, Lily, buttercup, roses.
What would you say would be your writing quirk?

I sometimes put unnecessary words in, or I use made up words or spell certain ones wrong on purpose.

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.

6 thoughts on “Rory’s garden dawdler April 15th”

  1. I don’t think I have ever used a made-up word but I have read poems with them and it is fun. The weirdest part is that you automatically know what the word means even if it is a fake word. One of the educational tests I used to have to give all my students had a section of “nonsense” words. Some of these poor little learners who were already having such trouble were asked to sound out these ridiculous words. As if they don’t expend enough energy already!

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