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Monday, June 21, 2010

The Nothing Post. This is where you tell me something new and interesting since I can't think of anything to write about.


Blogger Theresa said...

Something old: The All Whites, they're awesome! I'm on the bandwagon and I'm not ashamed to admit it.
Something new: Tomorrow, a day with no mistakes in it... yet.
Something borrowed: This. It's cheesy.
Something blue: Mmm! Blue cheese! Did you know that real blue cheese isn't gluten free because they use the mould off bread to make it? Interesting!

;) Sorry, couldn't help it!

11:39 pm  
Anonymous FR said...

Well...something new and interesting. My mind is blank. *crickets chirping in the background while I'm thinking*...

...I've had a Brooke Fraser song stuck in my head the WHOLE day. I am currently reading Mansfield Park for the second time. I ran out of milk today and couldn't be bothered going to the supermarket for just that so it's toast for breakfast tomorrow. I have yet to eat a boiled egg in an egg cup but remembered that I do own an egg cup in which to eat it. Four, actually. I stayed up till four in the morning to watch New Zealand play soccer and I'm not even really into sports. I felt so tired today but now I can't sleep. Isn't that just the way? The words 'pondering' and 'succinct' have been popping into my head at the oddest times and I don't know why. I'm considering having a last cup of tea before going to bed, but there's no milk...

12:20 am  
Blogger Ellie said...

Water. Words. Xylophones. Cups. Cooking utensils. The reason behind facebooks diabolical need to know what you are doing. Fire, it's good and bad side. The feeling you get when you realize you've been talking out loud and the whole room is staring at you. The absence of a link to my blog from you side bar. Chocolate. Teddy bears. Colours. The annoyance of having an american spell checker.

Sorry for that whole ramble. It's a bit late and I'm tired.

Oh, one more.

The effect staying up late has on your brain.

Signing out now,


12:57 am  
Anonymous alex said...

Ravenstown (CTA Brown Line Western stop) is Beautiful!!! And lake michigan is like the ocean but without the waves. Weird.

3:06 am  
Anonymous Liz said...

A debate between me and a mutual friend of ours: who has a higher pain tolerance, men or women? I say women, their body has a natural defence for childbirth pain. Men are wimps.

6:50 am  
Blogger Lydz said...

Theresa - wow! I won't be eating blue cheese then! Darn, couldn't they make it out of some other type of mould? :)

Loved it, FR. - I wish I could read your blog! It must be so interesting.. meh, I wish I knew who you are. At random times during my day, a thought will come into my head: "I wonder *who* she is? Do I know her? Does she live in New Zealand?" It's cool though, I like mysterious people. Mmm, eggcups. Nothing like 'em. Teehee, isn't 'succinct' a great word?

- Elie. You're cool. And I lol'd at the side bar comment.. haha! I'm sorry, I wish it was there too, but my html skills are terribly lacking. Believe me, if I had 'em, you would be on my blog. I like how you write, without trying to explain anything. It's nice, leaves a bit of mystery.

alex - did you see the bit of Berlin Wall at the train station? Mm, I had a look at some pics of Lake Mich. That's how I feel about Taupo, but by the looks of things it's mammoth, unlike T.

- haha Liz. Preach it! If guys had to go through such a terrible experience they'd probably make a bigger deal ;)
Still, they have their own problems. It's mainly guys that go off and fight in wars and such.

11:46 pm  
Blogger FR said...

Follow the yellow brick road...;)

9:50 pm  
Blogger Theresa said...

Lydie: I said REAL blue cheese - not the normal cheap stuff we can get at the supermarket :) Phew!
Plus it's really easy to edit that link list in your sidebar. It's under the design tab on your blog dashboard thingy thing.

11:17 am  

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