Sure we all do quirky stuff every now and again, but I've developed some new weird habits thanks to living in a tiny house.
….Maybe it's because the tiny house is on wheels?
Number Two:On weekend mornings, Dan and I often amuse ourselves for a good half hour, by “dancing” on the ceiling. I first discovered this fun activity while attempting to stretch my legs in bed. I was laying on my back and swung my leg up for a straighten and stretch. I was delighted to find that my lower extremities are just the right length to “stand” flat footed on the ceiling. Well, simply “standing” there didn't last long and we soon graduated to river dancing and fake fighting/duels.
No surface goes unused here, my friends.
Number Three: Glitchy transitions- here's one that's two fold. Dan and I each have our own hiccups as we switch from being at home in the tiny house and being out, working in the day to day world. I seem to throw a wide array of unrelated assignments onto different areas of the house. Sometimes I sit on the floor in the kitchen and read- other times, when I'm talking passionately about something, I find myself standing on the counter in the great room. My soap box perhaps? ;) And Dan- well, he forgets where modern plumbing exists. Just the other day, he was helping out at his Dad's store and went outside to toss a few things in the dumpster. Without thinking, he sauntered to the back of the lot and wizzed all over. (all over...haha inside joke) Half way through, the realization struck him like lightning- "I'm not in the woods- there is a toilet inside- this probably isn't appropriate..." HA!
So are we the only two tiny house nuts with quirky habits? We'd love to hear from other tiny house people!
Thanks for reading!