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Life is short, Break the rules,
Forgive quickly, Kiss slowly,
Love truly, Laugh uncontrollably,
And never regret anything that made you smile.
Send to all the people you love and don’t want to lose in 2007, even me….
If you get 3 back you are a great friend.
- Kim (SSB)
It is friends like these that makes life so precious
Never will i despair again
I've sometimes wondered whether we live a completely normal life or if we are completely different and weird.
For example, is our week day morning ritual the same as everyone else's?
We do the shower, shave, get dressed, get the paper while the kettle boils, make coffee, make toast, eat toast, drink coffee while reading paper, wake kids, get them breakfast (actually Gabba does that), nag at kids to get ready, I go to work and then God only knows what happens at our house after that until I get home again.
It all seems perfectly normal to me.
Bloody hell it's a boring existence if everyone does that stuff 220 odd days a year. Over and over and over again. If only something slightly out of the ordinary would happen to relieve me of this routine.
I wonder what would happen if I spiced it up a bit. Say, have my toast before I made the coffee? Oh, yeah. I might give that a go tomorrow.
The PhotoIt's some toi toi (I don't know if it's actually spelled toe toe) taken in the dying light on Ocean Beach back last year on our weekend trip to Kawhia. Nice and peaceful and quiet after yesterdays dark and stormy sea.Captured: 2005:09:03 17:34:13
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