Personal discoveries


I have learned a few interesting things since moving into my apartment. Things I didn’t know because I lived with other people and am just now discovering about myself.

° I actually don’t enjoy handling raw meat. Every time I have cooked it, I’ve lost my appetite by the time I finish. I’d probably be a vegetarian if lunch meat or pre-cooked meat did not exist. (Bacon seems to be an exception..but only just)

° I don’t like eating leftover and reheated pasta. This is weird because I’ve never minded it at my sister’s. For some reason, eating pasta more than twice a week results in me avoiding sauced food altogether.

° I prefer to clean as I go. I dislike leaving dishes in the sink when I go to bed. It haunts me.

°I’m susceptible to gadgets. I keep drooling over the weirdest kitchen “helper” products. I never realized I’m such a gadget geek.

° I hate plasticware!!!!!! I am planning on buying glass storageware as soon as humanely possible. Oily feeling plastic is evil!!

° Sandwiches taste better with lettuce. It is now a required purchase item (akin to toilet paper and fem hygiene products in importance)

°A good snuggle blanket is very important to me. I keep layering my blankets so that the warm snuggly one is against my body first. Screw my sheets..I want fuzzy warmth!!

°I am accustomed to only being nude in the bathroom or my old bedroom. Even though my livingroom IS now my bedroom…I can’t seem to feel comfortable walking around that way. I keep feeling like I’m breaking some kind of rule of etiquette anytime I take any of my clothes off.

°I really REALLY like bath sheets instead of bath towels. I feel like a total towel diva everytime I use one. Must. Buy. More.!!

° I eat way less junkfood when I have other bills to pay. It’s like negotiating with the most stubborn banker of all time…and the banker is me.

 

Published by Bexley Benton. (Pen name)

I am B (call me BB and I will gut you) I like daisies, books, and men who understand the wisdom of Kermit the Frog.

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