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Three Things Thursday ** New Year’s Eve Edition

*three things that make me smile: an exercise in gratitude – feel free to steal this idea with wild abandon and fill your blog with the happy*

Thanks to NerdInTheBrain for the whole idea!  Come up with your own three and then hop on over to NerdInTheBrain and add your post to the linky thing.

 

My Three Things that made me smile on this New Year’s Eve Thursday are:

  1. My boss! Who told us to take a half-day today – YAY, BOSS!

(It would be inappropriate of me to post a photo of him without his consent, and since he doesn’t know about this blog, it would be tricky to GET his consent, so instead I’ll post a picture of a giant omelette that I ate at work. The work at which he is my boss.)

omelette

2. My 2 years of blogging.

It was nice of WordPress to keep track for me, I never would have remembered.

 

3. Oh that NED! – reminding me that I have books to return to the library.

nedonbooks

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Three Things Thursday ** Christmas Eve Edition

*three things that make me smile: an exercise in gratitude – feel free to steal this idea with wild abandon and fill your blog with the happy*

Thanks to NerdInTheBrain for the whole idea!

1. French monks, who created Champagne for the express purpose of tickling our bubble-receptors, and how did they even know we HAD bubble-receptors until they did?

champers
2. French Vanilla Kahlua. And we thought Kahlua was good. Little did we know.

fv kahlua
3. And although there is nothing French about him, Ned. Snoozing on his blannies, along side the tiny Tater family tree.

nex at xmas

Three Things Thursday ** 17 December 2015

Check out NerdInTheBrain’s Three Things Thursday for more info.

This week some natural beauty made me stand in awe, some technology made me howl in frustration (but as with most painful things, it felt SO GOOD when it stopped), and of course, there was Ned.

Pink Clouds that I saw on my walk:

walk2

 

The Man In The Hole Who Brought Back Tha Interweps, without which I am lost:

walk1

 

and of course, Ned – keeping an eye on things.