blogthings

May 13, 2007

I couldn’t resist this site, because the quizzes are mercifully short. I’ve just put in the results I liked!


Your Hidden Talent


You have the natural talent of rocking the boat, thwarting the system.
And while this may not seem big, it can be.
It’s people like you who serve as the catalysts to major cultural changes.
You’re just a bit behind the scenes, so no one really notices.
What’s Your Hidden Talent?

You Are 80% A Child of the 80s


Not only did you experience the 80s… you are practically an expert.
You should be totally stoked!
Are You a Child of the 80s?

You Are a Mac


You are creative, stylish, and super trendy.
You demand the best – even if it costs an arm and a leg.
Are You a Mac or a PC?

You Are 79% Creative


You are beyond creative. You are a true artist – even if it’s not in the conventional sense of the word.
You love creating for its own sake, and you find yourself quite inspired at times.
How Creative Are You?

You Are 34% Evil


A bit of evil lurks in your heart, but you hide it well.
In some ways, you are the most dangerous kind of evil.
How Evil Are You?

Your Personality Is Like Ecstasy


You’re usually feeling the love for the world around you – you want to hug everyone.
And while you’re usually content to sit back and view the world with wonder…
Sometimes you’re world becomes very overwhelming and a little scary.
What Drug Is Your Personality Like?
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bump bumpy bumpity poo

March 27, 2007

Yes, I have been spending too much time with the under-2’s

From a toddler perspective a box of sultanas is a wonderful thing. It’s a toy that can be played with as well as a food. Sultanas can be scattered and fought over with siblings as well as eaten.

Success.

From a distracted mother’s point of view, especially when there are a few chores to be done, sultanas can also be a success. The silence is ear-splitting. No one is wrapped around her legs.

The proud hausfrau on the other hand is not so impressed. Squished sultanas on the carpet and half chewed ones in every crevice – not so fun.

I wonder if the few minutes silence is worth the cleaning of squishy fruit?

From the bringer of momentous trivia…

weight loss program

February 5, 2007

So I’m on a new diet, and have quite a lot of confidence in it. I’m in the kitchen preparing a few truckloads of vegetables and I ask my husband a question:

Me: “So, do you think I can do it? Think I can lose 10 kilos?”
H: “Sure you can”
Me: “Great, thanks”
H: “Actually, you could lose 6 kilos tonight if you wanted.”
Me: (ears perking up) “Oh? How’s that?”
H: “I could cut your leg off”

Couldn’t resist putting that one on there…