TMI Tuesday: March 24, 2020


Anyone know what this is?

I haven’t a clue. It looks like some gynecologist torture device, which means it would be fun to use for a kinky BDSM medical play. But… like any other great researcher, I did what I always do… I googled it. Hahaha… now I know and I never would have guessed it in a million years.

1. Who are you really?

Me or the image above? If you mean me, I still have no idea. After all these years, I’m still trying to find out.

2. Are you better at starting or destroying relationships? Why do you think this?

Oh, starting out. Several reasons, I suspect. When it comes to people, I’m kind of like a kid in a candy store. I want that one and that one and this one, and oooo… can I taste that one too, please? Why I am like this? I usually blame my ADHD for it.

3. What is the biggest doubt you have?

Still the same, again after all of these years. I am I ever going to be good enough?

4. Tell us the name of 3 best programs (TV, movie) that you have watched since being side-lined due to coronavirus lock-downs, quarantines, etc.

Not too many, that’s for sure. Deep Space Nine is about the only one. My daughter in law gave me Disney Plus, so I’m planning on watching Frozen 2 on my Laptop while I work on my Desktop. Oh, that just reminded me… I could watch Mandalorian the same way!

5. What product do you think the world could do without?

I have a snarky answer but I thought better of saying it. I decided I would try to be good instead. Enjoy it while you can, it doesn’t happen very often. Actually, I think it would be hard to say, it’s so subjective. Just because anything I could suggest is something I don’t care for, it doesn’t mean it’s not important to someone else. I would love to see religion gone, but unfortunately there are many people who find comfort in it, it wouldn’t be fair of me to take it away just because I don’t like it.

Bonus: If you died today, how would you be remembered?

That I carried on my grandmother’s tradition of tracing our family history and hope that someone will continue on where I left off. And that I wrote books and stories and poems that no one reads but maybe they will then.


2 thoughts on “TMI Tuesday: March 24, 2020

  1. Cindi, I agree with you about religion. However, why not have freedom from religion? This will give people the right to worship as long as they don’t force their religion on others by trying to convert people or refusing to do something because it’s against their religion. This is just a thought.

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    1. I think that’s what the founders of the country intended… but since the 50’s, conservative Christians have been pushing their religious agenda onto the rest of us.. first insisting that “In God We Trust” and “Under God” be inserted into our money and pledge. Then getting elected into political office all over the country, so that they could enforce a biblical agenda on everyone, especially those who would prefer to have freedom from religion. Even when I was a Christian, I disliked this attitude. I felt if the religion was that good, you wouldn’t have to force it on others. Since then I’ve reversed my feelings… maybe it’s not that good after all. And I think that’s what scares them the most.


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