Sorry for yet another late post. Long story short, my WiFi at home went out again last night as I was trying to put the last touches on this post, so I am yet again posting this late in the morning using my workplace's WiFi. Technology is slowly sucking the life out of me, but it's fine. This is a classic First World problem, and I'll live. I really have nothing to complain about in the grand scheme of things. So, apologetically, here is our late Friday post!
Who would like to join us for the Friendly Fill-Ins challenge? Please don't hesitate to do so! My co-host Ellen of 15andmeowing came up with the first two fill-in statements, and I came up with the second two.
1. I wish I knew how to play _________.
(Going into space sounds a bit terrifying, and way too far from home, so I wouldn't actually go if I'm being totally honest. But, speaking rhetorically, if it was free and I could be back home in a jiffy, I would find it fascinating to be amongst the stars. Astronomy is a topic that greatly intrigues me, so a trip to space would be something else. I'd certainly chicken out and not actually go, but the thought is fascinating.)
(This probably sounds dreadfully dull to the majority of people out there, but as a major homebody, I happily go on adventures by way of my sketchbook, notebooks, and bookshelves. I've always been like this. I don't feel a need or desire to go on physical adventures. I'd rather be in the comfort of my own home with my furbabies. As kooky as it sounds, I feel like I get to go on fun adventures just by drawing them, writing them, and reading them. I don't really know how else to explain it.)
(I could talk all day about cats, especially my cats. I could and would also happily talk about dogs, though I admittedly have more professional experience with cats thanks to a past job at a cat clinic. Honestly, though, the lecture would probably veer off to being all about my own cats and dog. As someone who doesn't typically talk a lot, if you bring up animals and give me the chance to gush about my furry family, I'll talk your ear off.)