Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Meanings are not determined by situations, but we determine ourselves by the meanings we give to situations.

When you are heading into work for yet another long day, you tend to cling to any bit of beauty you can find. East Derwent Highway, the Lindisfarne/Geilston Bay border. December 2010.

I’ll call this one Thirty-five Words

Where is your cell phone? Charging

Relationship? Exultant

Your hair? Brown

Work? Policy

Your sister? None

Your favourite thing? Serenity

Your dream last night? Opportunities

Your favourite drink? Coffee

Your dream car? Feet

The room you’re in? Exposed

Your shoes? Sneakers

Your fears? Rational

What do you want to be in 10 years? Relaxed

Who did you hang out with this weekend? Children

What are you not good at? Apologising

Muffin? Savoury

One of your wish list items? Sleep

Where you grew up? Coast

Last thing you did? E-mail

What are you wearing? Clothes

What aren’t you wearing? Watch

Your pet? Absent

Your computer? Serviceable

Your life? Emerging

Your mood? Tired

Missing? Always

What are you thinking about right now? Thighs

Your car? Huh?

Your kitchen? Open

Your summer? Beach

Your favourite colour? Cobalt

Last time you laughed? Morning

Last time you cried? Birth

School? Over

Love? Absolutely!


Roddy said...

When you do these surveys can you transcribe "cell" to Mobile. Please!

Kris said...