Random musings

Four people this week have told me that there needs to be more posts on The Random Musings of Neen. Well bless your cotton socks peeps, flattery will get you everywhere!

Here’s a few random thoughts and things from lately.

– The Husband came to bed the other night eating a sesame snap. He claims that sesame snaps are one of his favourite things. I told him I don’t believe him. In all the time we’ve been together I’ve never heard him speak of  sesame snaps, let alone eat one. The Husband’s ‘favourite things’ change depending on what he happens to be eating or doing at any given time. He sat in bed crunching away, staring thoughtfully at the snap.  Then he mused “These would be easy to make. It’s just a whole bunch of sesame seeds glued (!!) together with honey. I could make these”. As soon as he fell asleep I snuck out of bed and hid the sesame seeds. Imagine the sticky disaster I’d come home to if husband started gluing seeds together with honey. My goodness.

– In other amusing Husband news, he got into trouble at work this week. Why? Because he set up test user accounts and called them testicle 1, 2, 3 & 4. I’m mortified. His online friends think he’s a hero.

– I have decided that the spoon is my favourite utensil. I like using them so much more than forks. Of late, I have also become quite partial to eating with my hands.  Not pasta or soup but vegetables, salad and chunky, easy to pick up kind of stuff.  Yes, this from the girl who used to find it offensive when people ate pizza with their hands.

– My sister went to a chicken auction the other day and her and David came home with two chickens. They named one called Elphaba and the other one Beezus. Elphaba was so named for her green tint. Sadly she has already passed away. And now Beezus is having some kind of sexual identity crisis and is cockadoodling like a  roster even though she’s a hen. Poor things, the both of them.

– I really, really want to have a pet pig. This is obviously not possible at the moment but have one at some point I shall. I’ll call him Salami. I’ll teach him tricks and he’ll play with Harley.

– I also want to have a rooster. One of the pretty ones that are brown with gorgeous green feathers.

– I am very in love with Paulo Coelho. Everything the man says or writes makes sense to me. I think he should run the world.

That’s all I’ve got for you today folks. Peace out.

And this is why the blogosphere is fun

Melly blogs.
Neen blogs.
Donna tells Tomas and Jones about Neen’s blog.
Tomas and Jones start reading Neen’s blog.
Tomas and Jones comment on Neen’s blog.
Neen links back from comment to Tomas and Jones’ blog.
Neen starts reading Tomas and Jones’ blog.
Neen tells Sheels about Tomas and Jones’ blog.
Sheel’s starts reading Tomas and Jones’ blog.
Tomas and Jones blog about First House on the Right.
Neen and Sheela start reading First House on the Right too.
Neen realises that she knows of First House on the Right in real life.
Sheels buys a silver plated peanut bowl  after seeing it on First House on the Right. Neen is jealous of Sheela’s silver plated peanut bowl.
Neen comments on First House on the Right.
First House on the Right links back from comment to Neen’s blog.
First House on the Right starts reading Neen’s blog.
First House on the Right mentions Artish.
Neen starts reading Artish too.
Neen realises she knows of Artish in real life too.
Neen comments on Artish.
Artish links back from comment to Neen’s blog.

Dog’s-ear finds Melly’s blog.
Dog’s-ear comments on Melly’s blog.
Melly links back from comment and starts reading Dog’s ear’s blog.
Neen links from Dog’s-ear’s comment on Melly’s blog to Dog’s-ear’s blog.
Neen starts reading Dog’s-ear’s blog.
Neen comments on Dog’s-ear’s blog.
Dog’s-ear links back from comment to Neen’s blog.
Dog’s ear starts reading Neen’s blog.
Neen blogs about Melly.
First House on the Right reads about Melly then starts reading her blog.
Dog’s ear realises Melly and Neen know each other in real life.

Everyone lives happily ever after.