Tuesday, May 09, 2006

Random Thoughts for Tuesday...

  • Bedsocks irritate the hootinannies out of me and make my feet itch terribly.
  • I hope Brooklyn does well at Regional Trials today.
  • Must moisturise more - dry weather. Bad for skin.
  • I think I'll paint the front door Crimson.
  • I'm so happy the Beaconsfield miners are finally out - it was a fantastic way to start the day.
  • A trip to the library is in order.
  • I want a horse.

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6 Comments:

Blogger jellyhead said...

Hootinannies?! That's a new one for me!

Yes, the miners are out, HIP HIP HOORAY! It's amazing what good shape they seem to be in, too. What a huge relief for their families.

A red front door sounds fantastic!

Have a happy library-ing, horse-daydreaming day!

7:48 AM  
Blogger Maggie Ann said...

I love bed-socks...so cozy and then kick them off once a body gets warm...smile. A trip to the library sounds nice...instant relaxation, am I right? It is to me and I rarely go because I have a constant supply of new books on hand usually due to a fabulous outlet store near us. A horse is a dangerous critter for some...I admire from afar. We have farms around us that have horses that we do admire too.

1:29 PM  
Blogger Leanne said...

Been reading my mind again, haven't you! Just this morning I spent twenty minutes thinking about how I have to moisturize more, I need to get to the library, and that I want to go riding soon.... Are you a bit clairvoyant, my dear? Or just a kindred spirit!

2:09 PM  
Blogger VintagePretty said...

Oh! I'd like a horse too! I haven't had one since boarding school (now some 7 years ago) and did enjoy riding. Maybe when I get my own smallholding in Somerset :-) Methinks a welsh cob cross Irish draught.

10:13 PM  
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10:36 PM  
Blogger Cookie said...

When I was growing up one of our neighbours painted her front door red and she then had a constant stream of "unwanted visitors" if you know what I mean....lolol I have never forgotten that story. :)

10:39 PM  

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