Let’s start off with a little mad science why don’t we …
WARNING & DISCLAIMER:
I will not be held responsible for damages to self, relationships, or property due to not following the directions.
Step 1: Go find yourself a COLD beverage and a straw, a water bottle with a sippy kinda lid on it, or something that you can take liquid into your mouth with. I highly recommend using water. Now go position yourself over a sink or head outside where the only thing in front of you is the ground.
Step 2: Take a sip of your COLD beverage and swallow. Easy right?
Step 3: Take the deepest breath you can and blow out with an open and pursed mouth, as if you were trying to blow up a balloon. Also simple yes? Continue reading
Lots of things make me cranky. Mostly the usual stuff. And the odd thing that, well, perhaps don’t make so many others get all cantankerous and such like I can get. One of those for me is thongs. Yep, I’m talking underwear. No nicey nicey slicey of apple pie kinda post from me today. Except for the gratitude bit in it because you can throw gratitude into just about any post I think.
And for today, I am extremely grateful that thongs make me cranky. Continue reading
I survived the sounds of at least half a dozen dogs barking loudly around 6 am this morning.
I am grateful that I have ears to hear them. And that I got back to sleep.
I survived the thump thump bang bang of my 15 yr old daughter getting herself off to school.
I am grateful that I have been blessed with the gift of having and raising 3 children. And that I got back to sleep, again. Continue reading
Real is an antonym for fake. So if I tell you that I can be really fake, here’s a multiple choice question for you. Choose the single best answer. No, not all that apply. Am I …
a) simply stating an oxymoron
b) being genuinely bogus
c) being artificially authentic
d) all of the above
e) none of the above Continue reading
Snow should be a four-letter word. Oh yeah, it is already. I can carry on …
It’s snowing right now in my part of the world = Guelph, Ontario, Canada. Started a few hours ago and we’re in for between 15-20 cm by tomorrow morning. [That’s about 6-8 inches for you non-Imperial measuring folks.] Continue reading