- Talk about/re-enact my crazy expressions
- Play the ukelele wearing a trilby and a waistcoat
- Wear hats (I wore a chullo)
- Lego man makes an appearance, along with his friends the Crunchy Nut cereal box and the Red Bull can
- Pass Pringles through the screen
- Show off the Pringles tower (which has now reached the top of the window!)
- How olives are no substitute for Pringles
- Vlogging (you guys read the tripe I write, do you really want to watch me verbally corrupt you with it? Thoughts in the com box)
- Catholic teaching
- Find the effects on iChat extremely amusing - especially the 'mirror' one
- Spiders and how I would swallow one - I never want this conversation to be repeated again EVER
- How we should really go to bed soon - this suggestion was repeated every half hour until everyone succumbed to the Sandman, leaving me with the Lego man and admitting defeat (5am)
(Photo credit to Killbot-Beauty)
Why do the two have to be different? I like to do the right things right.
This is the kind of question I ask myself constantly, but not enough for me to pay much attention to actually answering it. If you asked me this a couple of years ago, I would have said that I am definitely doing what I believe in. However, now, I don't know to be honest. Not long ago I felt like I was merely an observer of life - I wasn't actually 'living'. I'm trying to change this, but, unfortunately I think I'm probably still in the 'settling for what I am doing' stage.