Ok, Im absolutly terrible at these for two reasons: I cant pick favorites or least favorites, and I never remember to do one each day... Ill try my best... here are the questions...
Day 1 - Favorite super heroDay 2 - Favorite super villainDay 3 - Favorite sci-fi or fantasy TV showDay 4 - All time favorite sci-fi filmDay 5 - Most hated sci-fi filmDay 6 - All time favorite fantasy filmDay 7 - Most hated fantasy filmDay 8 - Favorite classic sci-fi or fantasy TV showDay 9 - Favorite classic sci-fi or fantasy filmDay 10 - Favorite animeDay 11 - An obscure movie, video game, or TV quoteDay 12 - Favorite geek-nerd memeDay 13 - Favorite comic book Day 14 - Favorite online comicDay 15 - Favorite nerd foodDay 16 - Favorite nerd beverageDay 17 - Favorite celebrity nerdDay 18 - Favorite nerd websiteDay 19 - Favorite podcastDay 20 - Favorite console video game Day 21 - Favorite PC video gameDay 22 - Favorite arcade gameDay 23 - Favorite table top gameDay 24 - Favorite thing about being a nerdDay 25 - Least favorite thing about being a nerdDay 26 - Describe your nerd shame (something all nerds should do, but you don't)Day 27 - The least nerdy thing about youDay 28 - Favorite piece of geeky techDay 29 - Post your computer specs or a picture of your computer set up.Day 30 - Post a picture of you doing something that epitomizes your nerdiness.
If any one wants to do it with me... or if they dont want to... they still can... XD I think ill start it tomorrow!!
On Where Pianos Roam
I've been focusing lately on trying have a little bit of something joyous every day. Now I don't mean anything extravagant necessarily, but basically, something that I derive great joy out of doing.
Life often presents enough challenges that are tough and disappointing. I blogged recently about taking responsibility for my own happiness. I'm try to do more of this each day.
Occasionally this might mean eating something decadently sweet and delicious like ice cream, or it could be listening to my favorite song in my car. Lately, I've been incorporating various little joyous things into my daily life.
Here are a few:---Reading a chapter of a book in bed before falling a sleep at night.
I love reading in bed. It's one of my favorite things to do especially on an overcast and cloudy day. I've been doing this every night for the past few weeks.---A cup of warm coffee in the morning.
I think I just love drinking something warm to start off my day. This is extremely comforting.---Watching HGTV, especially my favorite show "House Hunters" (and "House Hunters International").
Television is a luxury I don't often allow myself. I consciously try to live more of an active life than a passive one. However, I watch HGTV on the ellyptical machine when I go to the gym. This makes exercising so much more fun. I LOVE HGTV!!! It is my tv drug of choice, but I only watch it at the gym as kind of a gift to myself for working out. Whoever came up with the bright idea to attach tv screens to cardio exercise machines was a genius!!---Blogging
I've only been blogging over the last year, but it gives me a chance to do some actual writing. At my core, I've always been a writer of words and a poet before anything else. It is also a way to keep an ongoing record of what is happening in my life.---Hanging out with my family
I get to do a whole lot of this now that I live in the Nashville area. As I get older, I am becoming increasingly aware of how impermanent all things in life are. I treasure the many meals, conversations, laughter, and fun shared with my sisters, nephews, niece, in-laws, and my mom. These are joyous moments that I don't take for granted.
Overall, I don't consider myself an extravagant person. I only allow myself to splurge on something once in a while. I've learned not to depend on other people or physical objects to make me happy. Joy has to be cultivated from within. I pay great attention to this now more than ever.
Have a flower.