Letter of the Day: I
I is for interlude and intermission, ink and ice-cream.
I‘d like to interrupt this A-Z challenge to let you know I had an incredible weekend away with some friends at the Mothers of Multiples convention in Duluth, MN. In which, I took the time to eat delicious food, engage in delightful conversation, and interact with other mothers of many. And, solve the Rubik’s Cube in my pajamas.
This is not the best of pictures considering it was taken with a cell phone and I’m in my pjs, and it’s not a real cube. The picture of me holding the solved cube didn’t turn out at all. Anyway, that’s my incredible, hidden talent – being able to solve the cube. My cousin Perry taught me the steps, years ago, when I was in high school. The theme of the convention was Back to the 80’s.
I can also be for intermission, that break in the show where you can get up, move around, use the facilities, and if you’re lucky, get some ice-cream, one of my favorite indulgences. I will have a brief interlude from writing posts this week as I’ve asked a few individuals to write guest posts.
Tomorrow: J is for Joy!
Go. Create. Inspire!
Journaling Prompt: What are some of your favorite indulgences?
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Glad you had a fun time! That is one giant Rubik’s cube, lol. I’ve never been able to solve those things… I’m impressed. 🙂
How nice that you had a great time. That and “interludes” are needed :-))
Hope you have a relaxing break, and looking forward to reading your guest posts 🙂
That’s odd. I just watched a documentary about Rubick’s cubes last night. People on there were saying that those who can solve them are also good at Math. Is it true with you as well?
One of my favorite indulgences is one of your I-words … Ice-cream. Chocolate please 🙂
Beth, I’m good at patterns and rhythms, hence the music ability. I don’t love numbers games, though. I do not consider myself strong in math.
What a fun conference theme! But then I also think “what do you mean, back to the 80s? That was just yesterday!” 🙂
Oh, wow. I’ve never known anyone who could solve the rubick’s cube. Cool! My favorite indulgences are coffee and chocolate – cliche, but true! 🙂
Loved the pic of you and the cube…
My favorite indulgences are chia tea and reading blogs.
That is great, Mary. Why did I think you were going to your parents’? I’m glad you didn’t. Are they rained out of their home? Wowza! I thought of you while driving in that area on the way to and from GF. Hope to hear from you tomorrow! XXOO, Rox
🙂 cube solving hey. Very cool.
You must tell me the cube secret!