My current ten favourite things:
And yours, Dear Reader?
Doesn’t sleep come after nookie by definition?
Wait a minute! Does this list make me seem single minded? I should maybe add:
-Firefly (all sci-fi series really)
-Study of the past – which covers History, Anthropology, Archaeology, Paleontology, Geology. It’s all the same obsession.
OK then. And this is THINGS and not PEOPLE…
Shopping (yes, yes, I know…)
- Hoppy, robust ale
– Shiraz wine
– The Isabel Dalhousie series of books by Alexander McCall Smith
– The board game Brändi Dog
– Old records I haven’t played in a long time
– Travel (the discovery and experiences, not the actual travelling)
Ale, wine and aquavit — maybe we should start calling you Drinker, Thinker. (-;
-meals with cheese in them
-good song lyrics
-New York City
What, no geocaching?
I still like geocaching, but I kind of fell out of love with it last year.
– teh interwebs
– people with a twisty sense of humor
– small mammals
– small non-mammals of all descriptions
– seeing new places
If I were allowed more, I would have to add
– peaty single malt whiskies
…but I know, that’s getting greedy
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