About this Blog

So this is my Blog and basically it contains all the goings on and thoughts of my days!

Tuesday, December 29, 2009

Monday, December 28, 2009

Saturday, December 26, 2009

Today a certain someone has been playing on my mind, which is very bad indeed because it usually ends in me getting hurt. In particular i am worried that on new year someone is going to stomp on my heart and generally ruin the day... but alas what can one do? very little indeed. So it seems i shall just have to sit back and deal with whatever comes my way, It seems that Lynda Barry was not too far from the truth when she said "Love is an exploding cigar we willingly smoke"

Thursday, December 24, 2009

ThOuGhT oF tHe DaY -

There is nothing i love more than MY FRIENDS =]

Okay, so the last week has been absolutely fabulous;

1* it snowed and i made bare amounts of snow angels

2* i spent all of my time with my fiends, sleeping in my bed a total of 1 time during the last 8 days, and even that was with 5 people

3* Went carol singing, earned bare dollar, felt festive and had a chinese meal with my carol singing palls; the meal cost us nothing because of the money we earned singing

4* Got my camera working and took many merry festive photos :) which are now covering my walls


Saturday, December 19, 2009

My New Weapon Of Choice

SNOW hey-oh

... Deep beneath the cover of another perfect wonder,
where it's so white as snow,
privately divided by a world so undecided,
and there's nowhere to go...

Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Monday, December 14, 2009

HiGhLiGhT oF tHe Day - tea with many sugars

Today was a good day for no particular reason - it was just nice; i simply had afternoon tea with friends and a mooch around the shops and so have decided that it really is the little things that can make you happy... like having 8 sugars in my tea :)

Friday, December 11, 2009

ThOuGhT oF tHe DaY - as thought of by my dear friends; Sam Hatchwell, Bash Mead, Edward Orlik, and Kit Harwood (there is your little "shout out" :)

We look back to the 1960's and think wow, what cool years... but do our grandparents look back to the 1870's and think the same sort of thing?
And also, will one day our grandchildren look back and think wow, the 000's ?

Thursday, December 10, 2009

Wednesday, December 02, 2009