Oooohhh...this week's Friday 5 is a good one. It sort of resonates with me, because I have a practically pathological fear of being seen as a nag. Like, sometimes to the point where I let things go too long, just because I don't want to be seen as nagging. Join me now, as we explore this issue...
1. What kinds of nagging injuries do you have? I'm happy and relieved to say that I have no nagging injuries. *looks around furtively for some wood to knock on...*
2. What long-procrastinated task is nagging at you lately? Well, I guess at the moment that would be calling to make an appointment for Handsome Lad to have his sports physical. Don't quite know why I haven't done it yet. I will though, promise.
3. In what way have you been a nag to someone else? Well, as I mentioned in my little prologue I tend to be cautious...even overly cautious, about pushing someone into action. Maybe my kids see me as a nag if I ask them about their homework more than once. Or maybe I seem naggy when I am trying to get them up in the morning. Other than that, I think I'm in the clear here.
5. Nag is such an ugly word. What would be a nicer way to describe someone who exhibits nagging tendencies? Maybe they could be called...a motivational speaker! Just there to get you going, thank you very much :-)
Not to nag or anything, but I do expect you'll get out and have a great weekend....is that too much to ask? Increase the peace :-)