Can never make up my mind on something that permanent.
Belly, ears and nose. The safe stuff, y'know?
Lots of siblings, aunts, uncles, cousins, squillions of us! Kids? Yeah, sure, but only with barbeque sauce, and medium rare thanks.
Cancer (June 22 - July 22)
No. But not bothered by it
Always at the gym
Live with another
Knitting; singing with my choir; riding my motorbike; reading; dancing; cooking; anything to do with food actually. Yum!
Red wine, white chocolate, black clothes.
Lacy things, luxurious bath products, having my hair brushed.
Natural highs. Laughter. Freedom.
Conformity and intolerance
Four Most Recent Entries
Aaaaand she's back. Older. Wiser. And ever more loquacious.
It's been a helluva long time since I posted! I'm feeling the need for procrastination here, people - I have my running shoes on, my Garmin fired up, and I've baulked at the gate. And then I ate a little bowl of ice cream.
Who is this person, you ask? The Knitting Revolutionary does not run! and she does not have a Garmin! And she doesn't procrastinate! ...well maybe that last bit is a lie. But!
Yeah, so here I am. I got rid of the long black hair and got myself short blonde hair. My hands got sore from knitting and playing WoW too much, so I started running instead. And I graduate from...
So I'm looking at this "extra light tasty" cheese.
35% protein; 15% fat; 1% carbs (sugar).
What the hell is the other 49% of this stuff?
I'm still having issues with photos, this time I'm having difficulties actually getting the photos into the ftp thingy. *sigh*
Anyway, squeak news headlines as follows:
SQUEAK BREAKS OWN KNITTING REQUEST RULE - "We are not having sex", shes states firmly
TUPPERWARE PARTY ACTUALLY ATTRACTS ATTENDEES - Bribed with alcohol and handspun alpaca as the lucky door prize, partygoers embark on spending frenzy
TRIP TO SYDNEY A WILD SUCCESS! - Parties, breakfasts, and walks round the Bay, life doesn't get any better than this
FEATHERS FLY! - Small cockatiel now running the Squeak Household with a...
Days like this
...you know how you have "turning point" days, where you can look back and say, "that is the point when I..."
I do. I have a memory of my first day at university. No, not my current degree, which I'll hopefully be finishing in October. But you don't have another degree, I hear you say. That is correct. Straight out of school, 17 years old and clueless as they come, I enrolled into Newcastle Uni in the Bachelor of Nursing.
I waited around three months, three lovely months of lazing around, not looking for work, just enjoying being not-at-school and doing my artworky stuff and loving it....