Monday, 15 March 2010

10 things I learnt this weekend

1. Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland in 3D was fabulous and entertaining ( I really liked Mia Wasikowska as Alice)
2. I am an unstoppable cheese and potatoe addict
3. There are way too many shoes I want at the moment
4. Woolworths chocolate muffins are evil (they beg me to eat them) and taste good with warm custard.
5. Sometimes I can be the worst morning person ever
6. I love motorbike rides with The Boyf (even in the wind)
7. New toothbrushes are always a good investment
8. I don't like glycerine soap -its just not creamy.
9. My handbag is too big. I need to learn to pack lighter.
10. I am so much luckier than I realise sometimes. In fact, I think we are all as lucky as we think we are :)

What did you learn this weekend?

12 comments:

  1. OMG, total cheese and potato addict too. I love mixing them up too!
    i sound like a total fat kid lol

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  2. Oh and I love glycerine soap!

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  3. Yeah... I totally agree. Woolworths muffins are killer

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  4. great, now I'm craving cheese and potatoes and Woolies choc muffins - all together! at the same time!
    mmm, glass of h2o instead? bleh.

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  5. No.10 - how true... Really enjoy reading this regular Mondays post btw;)

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  6. I so LOVED Alice in Wonderland... It was amazing!

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  7. i am the only person in the world that hasn't watched alice...
    loved your "cupcakes & cocktails" monday tweet :)

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  8. YAY! Glad you liked Alice in Wonderland. :)

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  9. I loved ALice, as well. It's so Tim Burton-y! Johnny Depp is brilliant, as usual. ANd Helena Bonham Carter was spectacular!

    I find that I pack too light and often have to go and buy stuff that I forgot. :(

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  10. 1. It's impossible to not eat the cookie dough while baking cookies.
    2. Sometimes to be there for someone, a hand to hold is best.

    :)

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  11. Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland is a masterpiece! I just LOVED the Cheshire Cat! Totally agree with your number 10.

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  12. Ugh I hated Alice in Wonderland. I didn't think it was crazy enough. Enjoyed the outfits though.

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