Wednesday, 20 October 2010

Pink mice and laughter

Two of my friends came over at 5 o'clock, we sat round the woodburner and for two hours we laughed, and they told me funny stories about their holiday and it all got rather rude, and it was the best therapy.  Just what I needed :-)

And one of them brought me a box of DVDs, and this


I guess I'll postpone that hibernation for a bit....


10 comments:

  1. Glad to hear you're feeling better and how could you NOT? That cookie is just too cute, guaranteed to bring a smile :)

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  2. Bet that cookie was a conversation starter!.. How cute.

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  3. That looks tasty darn I'm hungry now. Glad your mood has improved and you had a nice evening.

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  4. That cookie is so cute and must be delicious. Today is just a cookie day I imagine. Mom made homemade cookies, someone at the counselors' office offered me a cookie and now you with a cookie!

    http://theadorkableditzmissteps.blogspot.com/

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  5. the best looking cookie i ever seen

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  6. I like those friends!

    And I like the cookie. :-/

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  7. That is the cutest cookie ever! :-)

    ficklecattle.blogspot.com

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  8. Now those are the kind of friends to keep around....what a darling cookie....did you eat any of it yet? :)

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  9. I know this is just picking up on a tiny little irrelevant detail, but MAN, the things I would do to live somewhere that required a wood burner! I really need to live somewhere cold. I live in the tropical/monsoonal part of Australia, and I would kill to feel genuinely cold enough for a wood burner to be necessary.

    http://dynamicbicycle.blogspot.com/

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  10. Ditz: 3 sets of cookies has got to be more than a coincidence... cue spooky music.

    Karen: um yes, I ate it all while they were here ;-) didn't need much supper...

    Megan: we have a woodburner and an open fire, and they each give a different type of pleasure. For 9 years after we moved in here they were our only source of heating (the boiler broke down terminally) and the woodburner also heated the water. They were pretty good but the house started suffering from damp as it has solid walls, so we had to fit GCH eventually. It's not the same as sitting in front of a flame though :-) I can't imagine living somewhere that never gets cold enough!

    JX

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