Monday, January 16, 2006

Why are you trying so hard to fit in when you were born to stand out?

Modelling the latest in winter-wear from the Wellington branch of Hogwarts School of witchcraft, wizardry and fashion (Gryffindor division), here we have yours truly in the coolest scarf ever in the history of cool scarves that Hesty has ever knitted ever. This present ranks well high on my list of awesome presents. And this is a list that includes a car, a really flash digital camera, a thumping stereo and Doc Martens boots.

My friends are back in town, YAY!!! I am Nigel NoFriends no longer. Last night Holly and Rebecca came over and we watched the entire first series of Black Books and they loved it and we managed to dispose of an entire bottle of wine and not a 750ml bottle either, it was a big 'un, over a litre I think. Go team. And tonight Kait's coming over for dinner and Golden Globes watching. Booya.

Now as it turns out, and in part I guess because I'm not Jacques de Molay in 1307, Friday the 13th turned out to be a remarkably lucky day. Oh yes. There was goodness abounding on Friday the 13th, none of this superstition nonsense. I would go so far as to say Friday the 13th was one of the best days I've had in a long time. It turns out that there are some things that are worth getting out of bed at 4am after 45 minutes sleep for after all.
And just in case that wasn't cryptic enough for you, here are some pictures of vegetables that have absolutely nothing to do with anything.
Although technically capsicums are not a vegetable, they're a fruit, because they have seeds. And lemons are most definately a fruit. As are oranges.
OK, so let's just say fruit and vegetables and leave it at that, ok?