a) Crawl back into bed while the sheets are still warm.
b) Put some coffee on and watch the news.
c) Pull on the running tights and go for a run.
d) All of the above, in that order.
2. After much concern over changes in income last year, you learn you will receive a sweet chunk o' change by way of a tax refund. How do you use it?
a) Refund? What refund? I don't know nothing about no refund.
b) Finally! Those hardwood floors I've always dreamed of!
c) The responsible thing, of course. It goes in the savings account.
d) Well, spring break is just around the corner ...
3. There is half of a dark chocolate fudge birthday cake with chocolate frosting sitting on the kitchen counter, left over from the weekend. What do you do with it?
a) Eat it.
b) Freeze it.
c) Do not, under any circumstances, lift the foil from the top of the pan to "check" how much cake is left.
d) Throw it away.
4. When you sit down in your favorite chair you see a puff of dust floating up into the air. How do you remedy this?
a) Pull the drapes to block the sunlight.
b) Drag out the upholstery brush for the vacuum.
c) Sit someplace else.
d) Turn on the ceiling fan.
5. You're feeling like your blog needs a photo today but you have no decent pictures from the weekend to post. What do you do?
a) Take a picture of the chocolate cake and post it.
b) Take a picture of the sleeping animals and post it.
c) Post a random picture that's been hanging around for a while waiting for a good reason to use it.
d) Forget the photo. Nobody cares.
The answer to #5 is C, of course. I just love this pic.
The correct answers to the rest of the questions are relative and depend heavily on what season of life you are in. However, if you answered that you went for a run this morning and threw away the leftover birthday cake, you might have taken a wrong turn in the blogosphere when you really meant to read the daily inspirational musings of someone a bit crunchier than I. Feel free to stick around, though. I'm working on that crunchy part. I can grow my own food and hang my laundry out to dry with the best of 'em.