#MarchWritingChallenge – Day 19 – What’s in your fridge, right this moment?

fridge

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This March Writing Challenge of thirty-one questions is hosted by Marquessa, with questions from Alexandra Franzen‘s100 questions to spark conversation and connect.

All are welcome to join in and a list of the questions can be found here.

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Forgive me for being WAY too lazy to photograph my fridge, but surmise it to say I drink a lot.

No, not THAT kind of drinking. Sit down!

Currently there are:

8 bottles of water

9 cans of grapefruit seltzer water

4 bottles of Coke

cranberry juice

apple juice

orange juice

3 bottles of imported beer

2 cans of wine spritzer

Admittedly, the Coke, beer and wine spritzers have been there a while, but I’ll get to them. 😀

There’s also dairy – butter, sour cream, ricotta cheese, yogurt, and I’m sure my doctor would say WAY too much cheese. 🙂 No milk. I hate milk. 😦

Add various condiments, veggies for salads and stir frys, leftover rice pudding and Chicken Alfredo and that’s rounds out my fridge.

There’s something in a glass bowl with a red top I don’t recognize or remember, and should probably investigate… but not that brave today. 😉

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Image by Alexandra ❤️A life without animals is not worth living❤️ from Pixabay

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#MarchWritingChallenge – Day 18 – What do you value most: free time, recognition, or money?

time

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This March Writing Challenge of thirty-one questions is hosted by Marquessa, with questions from Alexandra Franzen‘s100 questions to spark conversation and connect.

All are welcome to join in and a list of the questions can be found here.

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Time, hands down!

Money can solve some problems, but it will never make you happy or complete.

Recognition is fleeting. Everyone experiences their fifteen minutes of fame, and it’s not always a positive experience.

But time is priceless.

We abuse it and take it for granted, and then we’re sad when we can’t get that time back.

Free time isn’t a period between tasks… because we can fill our days with tasks.

These days, we have to pencil in free time. An afternoon or evening is good. A day is better, and a whole weekend is golden.

I add two evenings and a full day of free time to my schedule every week. However, as I write this, I believe I need to add more. 😀

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Image by anncapictures from Pixabay

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