Question of the day.

Hi people! ๐Ÿ™‚

What is something that is making you feel good, these days? ๐Ÿ™‚

My answer:

Misha’s presence is always making me feel good. Right now he’s sleeping on the wardrobe and he has spent almost the entire day with me.

The cooler weather is making me feel good, too. The summer heat has been quite exhausting for me, and for Misha too, also for my Mum and I think for a lot of people as it was really a long time and at times felt insanely hot, and I’m really glad that it’s cooler now, it feels very pleasant outside.

The fact that my Dad’s at work so I don’t have to deal with him for a few days ๐Ÿ˜€ – he’d had quite long holidays recently and now he’s gone back to work yesterday. It gets unpleasant and stale when you’re spending so much time with someone and you’re not really on the same wavelength at all.

Music. I’ve been listening to lots of great music, but that’s nothing new. Also my great speaker and headphones that I’ve got myself recently and that I use with my iPhone. I really love my computer speakers as well, but, as I always listen to something quietly at night, it wasn’t as much of a pleasure listening to something at night on them, with all the accompanying hum of my desktop computer.

Food always makes me feel good as well. Today we had very yummy chocolate budyล„ with Mum. Mum makes it on her own, it’s not the instant, shop-bought budyล„. I think I’ve explained somewhere on here earlier what budyล„ is, but if you don’t know, it’s kinda like a creamy Polish pudding. Only Mum put a bit too much chocolate into it, and while it was extremely delicious, it was really, really sweet, and neither of us was able to eat a lot. ๐Ÿ˜€

Books make me feel good. Right now I’m reading a very amusing Polish book, which is basically an anthology of different texts from mostly Polish literature, but not only, from different time periods and genres, all about cats! I’ve just started it today in the morning but I think it’s going to be very enjoyable for me. And the last book I read was “Harriet and the Cherry Pie” by Clare Compton, a lovely English children’s book, the style and plotline of which reminded me very strongly of Noel Streatfeild, and I like things like these. Since the main character lived in her great aunt’s cafe, there was lots of food involved.

How about you? ๐Ÿ™‚


7 thoughts on “Question of the day.”

  1. So many things on your list that I can relate to or agree with!! I love the coming of fall, and I love Mr. Kitty and LuLu, and I love (well, I used to love) reading books, and who doesn’t love food? Food haters! ๐Ÿ˜ฎ Who are these people?!

    Hmm… something making me feel good… I feel good that I got 15 points (first place) with my food co-op fairy tale. But I’m worried that my follow-up story about the dog whistle might get disqualified, which would mean my only chance to get to the next round would be with the existing 15 points total. Here’s hoping!! But it really did make me feel good, because I’ve NEVER been in first place!! Wow!

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    1. Yay! Congrats about the fairytale. ๐Ÿ™‚ I really really hope the other story will get as much love. ๐Ÿ™‚
      I do get food haters, at least that’s what I believe, anyway, even though I might not get their particular reasons. As someone who is emetophobic and who reacts to any more stressful situations (regardless if they have anything to do with emetophobia or not) with total lack of appetite, I’ve been there and my relationship with food is still very much the love-hate kind. But more love, these days.

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