Sunday, 29 April 2012

What was your last...?

In an effort to manage my ever growing number of feeds (an exercise in futility, I'm starting to think), I've been going through my marked feeds and unmarking if I feel they're no longer relevant or, more recently, moving them over to Pinterest.  I'm trying to contain my boards where possible, but am also conscious of the fact that the day may well come (sooner as opposed to later) where I may need to further refine my boards. Being the good librarian that I am, I have also assigned each of my boards a dewey number.  One of my boards (Memory Keeping) is about ways to document the every day in our lives.  I recently pinned some journalling prompts for the 'last day of the world'.  I thought I'd use them as a spring board for getting back to writing.

  1. What was the last song you listened to?
    No idea (great start, right?)
  2. Who was the last person you kissed?
    My little boy, Anthony
  3. What was the last book you finished?
    The hunger games by Suzanne Collins (ebook)
  4. Who was the last person you apologised to?
    My son Luke
  5. What was the last television show you watched?
    Castle - caught up on two episodes tonight
  6. What was the last thing you ate?
    This beef curry, made from scratch
  7. What was the last thing you drank?
    Tea, white, no sugar, skim milk only!
  8. Where was the last restaurant you ate at?
    Santinis - it's been a while now
  9. Who was the last friend you spent time with?
    I had three friends over the other week for an afternoon/evening/night of scrapbooking and cardmaking 
  10. When was the last time you hugged your mum and dad?
    A few weeks now
  11. What was your last twitter or facebook status update?
    Twitter update: RT So many passwords in my head. I imagine this is like previous generations remembering phone numbers&b4that oral history.
    Facebook Status Update: Lovely curry simmering on the stove.
  12. Describe the last picture you took.Anthony sleeping - I try to send updates to his dad at work when I can :)
  13. Who was the last person you called?
    My mother
  14. What was the last thoughtful thing you did for somebody?
    I made a cup of coffee for my husband.
  15. What was your last creative act?
    Finishing 20 cards for the next creative card swap.
  16. What was the last thing you did that was brave?
    I drove to Taylors Lakes with no GPS and dodgy directions.