I was tagged by the Fabulous Abby to participate in a fun game of virtual tag, wherein I state five goals for Fall.
So I had a little conversation with myself.
Ego: hmmmmm. I'm so perfect already, what could I possibly need to do?
Id: You sack of dog doody, you have TONS of ways to improve! Like work on your conceitedness...you need to be nicer to people! For example, when you come home from work--don't pick on your poor spouse if you're tired.
Ego: OK, you got me there, I'll make a conscious effort to be cheerful when I get home. So now I'm cool, right?
Id: Nope. Far from it. When are you gonna get off your duff and go back to Pilates class?
Ego: nyah nyah! I already signed up for class, it starts in two weeks. Besides, I've started eating way better and have lost weight. So there!
Id: Yeah, but your attempts at cooking are pathetically lame!
Ego: Well, I did buy a book on easy Chinese cooking, it's in the mail. I promise to learn how to make some decent vegetarian dishes that taste good.
Id: Speaking of books, what ever happened to your resolve to start a book list on this blog?
Ego: I don't know! I got busy!! Why do you keep ragging on me?
Id: It's my job.
Ego: Well, you need to lay off, because my last goal is to RELAX and enjoy the lovely Fall weather out on the Catio with The Cats.
I'll keep you posted on how I do!
Oh, and I just finished reading The Hangman's Daughter, it was fantastic! I got it for $0.99 on my Kindle with the daily deal. (You have GOT to sign up for the Daily Deal, it rocks.) Did you know that the job of hangman was a hereditary job in Europe? Neither did I.