Gluttony. What can’t you get enough of, even though it’s bad for you?
Laksa. Sure there is tofu and vegetables in it, but it’s also made with coconut cream. I eat far more of the stuff than could ever be considered healthy. In fact, I just had some for dinner. I also have a love of Krispy Kreme doghnuts. And pancakes with maple syrup and cream. And scones with cream. Actually, anything with cream is a good bet. And lasagna. And pizza. And garlic bread. And potato salad. No one could ever accuse me of not loving my food.
Lust. What does it for you?
A good laugh, every time. And somebody who disagrees with me. I enjoy the challenge.
Wrath. What makes you cranky?
Laziness. Laziness of spirit. Laziness of language. Laziness born of an obese culture.
Envy. What makes you green?
Ludicrously successful people younger than me (that’s getting to be an awful lot now). People who possess far more talent in their little finger than I do in my entire body. And hypocrites. And I am a hypocrite so I might have some self-loathing issues as well.
Sloth. How do you relax?
A shower alone. A sleep in on the weekend. Crocheting. Reading at the hairdresser (one of the few times I can actually read). Checking out my blog reader with a chocolate biscuit and a cup of coffee. Snuggling with the Googy at nap time.
Pride. What are you inordinately proud of?
I wrote a novel before my 23rd birthday (at least I think it was my 23rd – I can’t really remember now – although it seemed very important at the time). I may never have written the second draft or done anything else, but I wrote the damn thing. Also, I’ve never called someone a good mum. They’re not good – they’re great.
Greed. What do you get greedy for?
I have to echo Megan here. A bigger house. A better looking house. A house that looks like an eclectic mix of various items plucked out of french provincial magazines. An actual dining table and room for aforementioned dining table. A new imac and ipad and iphone. See? I’m all kinds of greedy.
Now I tag some more victims:
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