Black & white in what context sunnydays. As far as photography goes def black & white. Dad was a professional photographer so I think that's why. And as for films (when I used to be able to watch them re my epilepsy, the screen flickers even though you don't register it, your brain does.) Films ...def black & white also.
"I am doing the best I can with what I have in this moment; and that is all I can expect of anyone including me"
Definitely Black & White - I make decisions very quickly - hubby is the opposite.. 🙄😄 for example, I was/am quite interested in having an electric car - I was chatting to number 2 son about it about 6 months ago and he totally knew where I was coming from - hubby (who doesn’t like change or being pushed into anything that’s not his idea) was quite derogatory, scoffing that we were mad to even think it was a good idea... fast forward to three weeks ago and hubby is now obsessed with electric cars like he’d just thought of it! He’s actually on a Zoom Webinar this afternoon to discuss it 🤦🏻♀️🤣
Hmm, I think that I am grey. I am not impulsive, I do check everything out before I make a decision. Sometimes I talk myself into thinking that I don't really need something. Other times I just give myself a good talking to. I can hear hubs saying, if you want it get it. Generally, if I didn't he would.
Never drive faster than your guardian angel can fly.
Post by Lancashire Lass on Feb 4, 2021 9:22:04 GMT
I am laughing at Beckyboo’s husband. I have one like that who flatly opposes an idea I have made then months later will suddenly suggested it. Just this week mine said, “shall we move to the seaside?” I nearly fell off my chair!!!
I am a bit of everything, grey with regards to large expensive purchases as I like to make sure I do all the research I can first and will spend weeks before I make a decision, changing my mind constantly.
Black and white with regards to decisions that are every day and not really worth getting too worked up about. Also I can be quite blunt at times as I can't cope with people who continually allow themselves to be trampled on but then go on and on complaining endlessly about it, I am sure we all have chums/family like that...get over yersleves and do something about it is my mantra.....harsh I know...