But onwards, for I have a question for you all, oh flist. Today for breakfast I had something I hadn't had in many, many years - most likely not since I was a very ickle Morri (so back in the Dark Ages, yes, haha). I had peanut butter and brown sugar on toast! It was nice and reminded me of when my mother would fix it for me years ago (although I couldn't finish it because it got to be a bit much on the second piece). I suppose that's not extremely strange as food things go, but it's slightly odd. So here's my question: what food from your childhood have you not had or thought of in ages that's a bit weird? What does it remind you of (person, place, something else)? Do you want to have it now, or does it sound icky?
And finally, I leave you with this list from April's Glamour magazine:
11 Things Every Woman Deserves in Life
1. A friend who takes your side and has the guts to tell you when you're wrong.
2. One item of clothing that instantly makes you feel twice as beautiful and half as nervous.
3. The occasional good cry, for no particular reason.
4. A man or woman who just cannot get enough of your body.
5. At least as much pay as the guy at the next desk who does the same job.
6. A same-size friend with an incredible closet.
7. A really hot, really fast red car. Failing that, really hot red shoes that you can run in.
8. The expensive toliet paper.
9. To sometimes lie back and take, take, take in bed.
10. A grandparent equivalent: wise, huggable, all ears.
11. A life in which you play the starring role.