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Days 23 and 24 of 31

23 Do you think you will be making any New Year’s resolutions in January?

I don't make resolutions, but I am starting a new project on January 1st that will presumably last the whole year, so it's kind of the same.

24 Do you prefer to receive money/gift cards or an actual gift?

An actual gift, even if it's super-cheap, free, homemade, or intangible. Even when I was dirt-broke, I felt this way. Money feels practical to me, and it's not a bad gift. I do appreciate it and all, but it isn't exciting in the way that something someone makes/does/buys especially for me is.


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Day 22 of 31

22. Are you a “peeker” about gifts, or do you prefer to be surprised?

Don't care. I love giving and receiving gifts, and I am TRULY TERRIBLE at keeping secrets, so I don't expect anyone else to, either.

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Monthlies

Via [personal profile] hobbitbabe: "[personal profile] redbird reminded me of the old LJ custom of listing the first line of the first post of each month, as a way to summarize the year."

(Note: I'm ignoring intro remarks.)

January: None

February: None

March: Thanks for the update.

April: Some of us who are disabled and/or fat are worried we'll be denied access to scarce medical resources during the pandemic.

May: On May 4th and 5th, mom and I planted a bunch of stuff in a square-foot-gardening box, and I'm going to start keeping a plant diary here.

June: None

July: None

August: None

September: My mind is all over the place today.

October: Most days are... okay?

November: Dear Momma Duck, Six weeks.

December: Dear Momma Duck, I don't want to tell you about the details of my week.

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Days 19-21 of 31

Later today, I will write a little about what's up with me and people I care about. Now, though, memeage.

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Day 11 of 31

11. If you could live in any TV show, which one would you choose?

The West Wing, where the leaders are flawed, but both well-meaning and generally competent.

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Goodness knows, I love a survey

I want to write, but I don't wanna think hard, as it's been a long and thinky day, so this survey from [personal profile] julian via [personal profile] wordweaverlynn looks to be just the thing. I think they're supposed to be done 1 per day, but I'm 10 days late, so here we go with the first 10.

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Wednesday on Wednesday, go figure

Taking [personal profile] kaberett's lead and adding Cooking and Growing to this list.

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Wednesday media consumption thingy

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Thursday is the new Wednesday

This is the first week I've felt mostly functional since mom died. Not doing a ton of reading/watching/etc., but more than I was.

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