Time to share some thoughts

The very lovely and multi-talented Fee who blogs over at Burntfeather recently answered some fun questions on this post and tagged pretty much anyone who wants to join in (that's me!). So here are my answers...
1) Today was wonderful because...
Alexander only had one meltdown and he didn't try to kill all my plants (unlike every other day). Oh, and when he finally went to bed, Stu and I watched Modern Family Season 5 on DVD while eating these easy and delicious tacos on the couch for dinner. Don't you love Mexican food too?

2) Are you seeking change?
Nope not really. Pretty happy with the way things are at the moment.

3) Write down an inspiring quote you love
 "Think of all the beauty still left around you and be happy". Anne Frank

4) Describe one thing you're really good at
Organising. In the pre-baby days, my wardrobe was organised systemically by colour - from the whites and nudes to pink, purples, and all other shades of the rainbow and finally to black. Books and DVDs were alphabetically ordered (OCD much?).

5) What was the last film you watched?
The Grand Budapest Hotel. So charming and fun!. I am a huge Wes Anderson fan and I think this is his best work yet.
And I also nominate anyone who wants to play along. My five questions are:

1. What did you have for breakfast today?
2. Name a movie that made you cry
3. Stripes or polka dots?
4. List three things on your bucket list
5. Your favourite room in the house is...

20 Responses to Time to share some thoughts

Ez Vina said...

Tacos for dinner? That's it? ;)
I am not good in organising :(

Juju at Tales of Whimsy.com said...

OMG I'm like that too. I heart color coordinating closets. My super power is definitely organization.

Awesome quote.

Playing along in the comments:
1. I'm thinking my usual; eggs and bacon with toast.
2. Everything makes me cry.
3. Polka dots all the way
4. Italy, Ireland, Paris
5. My bedroom. It's our oasis.

Jane said...

I have the grand budapest hotel on m netflix cue. can't wait to get to it! :)

kidgranny said...

Tacos!! YUM :) We eat them quite often here in SoCal and I've never gotten sick of eating them!

Ananka said...

Nice answers and what a lovely photo :-)

Briseidy said...

nice post! The grand budapest hotel is a great movie!

Rowena @ rolala loves said...

I'm really good at organizing too. My friends used to invite me over to help them with their closets.

Rowena @ rolala loves

akiko hiramatsu said...

I am sorry not to be able to come your blog recently..!
He is so so cute♡
He has grown up so much!!

akiko

trishie said...

@juju, totally craving bacon and eggs on toast now! So glad to hear we have the same super power

trishie said...

@rowena that is so nice of you to do that for your friends

trishie said...

@kidgranny we feel the same about tacos! Easy meal that we can eat on the couch with our hands. What more can you ask?

Imogen said...

He is so adorable what a great picture.

burntfeather said...

Ahh yay! Thanks for answering them Trishie :) How wonderful was the grand budapest, my favourite wes movie too! I love that quote and I love organising too, though I think you far surpass me with your colour organising - wowzers!

Blue Eyed Night Owl said...

That was fun:) I love Fee!

And that movie was great indeed! The dvd is definitely on my Christmas wishlist.

Rose said...

I love tacos but when I am into movies, I will go for potato chips or ice cream. I know, fattening!

Alex is so cute!

Hi! I am LiLi! said...

I can only organise when I am in the mood. :D

Anouk said...

Yes, organising is also one of my strengths... it's just the execution that I sometimes fail to be good at :( Have a lovely Sunday!

azurachan said...

I envy you for being so organised! I wish I am more organised, tried but didn't last long. Lol!

Rigel Barry said...

Great post. Nice to get to you a little better through your answers. ps- I have a colour coordinated wardrobe too!

Beauty Box said...

LOL at Alex destroying your plants. It's the same here in our household. Babies and pretty flowers just don't go together. In three swipes, Charles can decimate the husband's yellow daisies easily. Love Mexican food too! I think the cumin and spiciness appeals to my Singaporean palate ;)