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Friday, February 26, 2010

Random Thoughts

  • Does anyone know a good song out there to get you jazzed about cleaning mold? No? Me either. 
  • Damn me for having tall friends who will be able to see dirt in places I can easily ignore! But, does this mean I can ignore the stuff closer to the ground? Hmmm....
  • A Billy Joel song came on my iTunes while I was cleaning. I knew a girl in college who was absolutely distraught when him and Christie Brinkley separated. I thought that was so freaking weird. That's all I really remember about that girl and I think about her every time I hear Billy Joel.
  • I just read Liz's review of 'Leap Year' and I'm asking...no begging...anyone who reads this blog to please not see that film. Sounds like the only stereotype they were missing were the leprechauns.
  • I don't work, have no kids, and live in a one bedroom apartment. Regardless, I'm thinking about suggesting we get a cleaning lady. Does this mean I'm lazy? Don't answer that one. 
And for your viewing pleasure....I was thinking about this picture the other day, most likely when I struggling for an interesting picture for my 365 blog. This is from last year's blog. I think it's one of my favorites, probably because I got it completely by accident. I was living in Bath and I decided to walk home a different way, passing the Royal Crescent. I'm glad I did!


Happy Friday!

12 comments:

  1. As a tall person, I can honestly say that I don't notice dirt lower to the ground. This is obvious because I don't notice Tomato & Basil sauce at M&S because it's closer to the ground.

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  2. Exactly, see? Thank god I was there for that!

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  3. I promise I wont see that excuse for a film. As an Irish person I'd probably get too worked up and have a dangerous episode.

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  4. But Aisling...you're Irish...shouldn't you be at the pub drinking away your dole money?

    It's movies like this that keep non-Irish people asking my Irish friends if they bring their barnyard animals into the house at night. (True story)

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  5. As I tall person who hates cleaning, I don't see dirt anywhere! :D

    Thanks for reposting that pic. That brings back some memories for me, too, in particular, waddling by there on my way to Micky Dees with you!

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  6. I saw the advertisements for "Leap Year" and immediately decided to skip it. Glad I didn't waste my time or my money.

    I vote yes to the cleaning lady ;) Bonus if you can convince my husband to get one for me :)

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  7. I love your photograph, Kim.

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  8. Aww. I liked Leap Year. :-) But I do know that Ireland isn't "behind the times". :-)

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  9. I love Bath and I love the Royal Crescent! Gonna have to make my way down there again.. Andy has never been!

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  10. Get the cleaner - you're supporting the economy and spreading the, uhh, wealth:) That's our excuse anyhow! And love the photo!

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  11. Hi, just found your blog from Cats on the British Counter. I don't work either, I see nothing wrong with having a cleaning lady. Unfortunately we won't be getting one as I am my own cleaning lady. And too bad for me, being tall I see dirt high and low, deosn't mean I'm gonna do anything about it today though!

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  12. Thanks for stopping by! Sadly, I don't see a cleaning lady anywhere in my near future. :(

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