Thursday, January 3, 2008

2008 Day Three

What a day! It was so busy. Welcome to First Quarter. I was really happy when 1:15 came.

I walked on my treadmill for 30 mins today. Need to do that everyday.





Thirteen Things about Saoirse

13 Favorite Things That Start With "B"


1.... Beading. It is my new favorite pastime. I want to lean more techniques

and be able to create more beautiful jewelry.

2. Baking. I love to bake muffins, breads, cakes, cookies and then give them

away, because I am not supposed to eat those wonderful delights.

3. Bedazzled 2. This is my current favorite video game. I play it constantly.

4. Books. I love reading. I love collecting cookbooks, craft books and self

improvement books most of all. You all need to check out zooba.com Any

book at $9.95 - No Shipping.

5. Buddah statues. I have some, but, want more.

6. Balloons. We used to own a candy/balloon store. I still love to make

and give balloon bouquets.

7. Bagels. Especially jalapeno bagels toasted with cream cheese.

8. Big Brother. I watch it every summer. Can't wait till it comes on

again this year.

9. Bedlington Terriers. The breed of my first dog that was all mine and

not the family's. I loved that dog so much.

10. Brown. It's my favorite color - any shade.

11. Bacon. Food of the Gods - Goes with everything.

12. Board Games. Monopoly, Scrabble... Such a fun time sitting around

playing a game. (Even if M cheats a little)

13. Bowling. I haven't been in a while, but, plan on going soon. I especially

like late night Cosmic Bowling with the crazy lights and loud music.




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2 comments:

Betty said...

I love the photos, and I'm proud of you for walking on your treadmill for 30 minutes.

mike said...

Make sure you wear shoes or you'll get shin splints.