It’s always nice to feel Liebster-ed.

May 6, 2013

It wasn’t too long since I swiped a Liebster, but during the craziness of the A-Z challenge Micki actually bestowed one on me! She didn’t give me questions to answer or quote exact rules, but I’m going to go old-school based on the rest of the rules I got from Tammy back in January: share 11 new facts, pass it on to eleven bloggers with eleven questions to answer. (Maybe if I’m not answering questions, the people who I tag will answer the questions I ask: I remember back in January somebody answered the same questions I got. A little annoying, but oh well.)


Facts about me:

  1. I’m going to New Hampshire this summer! 😉
  2. I reached 50k for Camp Nanowrimo.
  3. I’ve got an exercise for How to Think Sideways, lesson 2 to start tonight after I finish this blog post.
  4. I just had spaghetti, tomato sauce, and leftover Swiss Chalet chicken for dinner.
  5. I bought a cell phone mount for my car this weekend, so that I can see GPS navigation aps as I drive.
  6. I’ve written three simple Android apps with App Inventor.
  7. I am, just this minute, listening to the Barenaked Ladies covering “Do they know it’s Christmas”.
  8. I own a Creative Zen Micro MP3 player that will no longer connect to a computer to change the music loaded on it.
  9. My apartment has already started to get uncomfortably warm in the afternoons.
  10. There is a collection of stuffed animal toys in my living room including one cat, two beanie graduate owls with plush miter board caps, a bunny rabbit, a pony in pajamas who comes with a teddy bear of his own, two gray mice, and a panda bear. Read the rest of this entry »

Happy Belated Mother’s Day!

May 15, 2012

This one’s particularly going out to any blogging mothers out there, or any mothers who might be among my regular readership. 🙂

I had a good Mother’s Day Sunday – went out to lunch at Swiss Chalet with my mother and brother, and then we headed up Mississauga-way to visit the cemetery where my maternal grandmother and grandfather are buried. It took us a little while to find the stone, but I’m glad we went.

Did you do anything great for Mother’s Day? And what are your favorite books featuring awesome mothers?

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