10 things I learnt this weekend

Posted By on Jul 19, 2010 | 5 comments


1. Surprising your loved one with a romantic dinner out really does start the weekend off nicely.
2. It’s great to have breakfast with varsity gal pals and catch up but it’s not great to realise how little left you have in common with them.
3. I must be getting old because I can’t believe it costs R98 for two people to see a movie (we saw Twilight Eclipse on Saturday)…in my day… 😉
4. Waking up to the smell of pancakes is the best way to start a Sunday.
5. The Dog Whisperer guy knows what he’s talking about – we took the doglets for a walk yesterday and put some of his suggestions to use.
6. I should not assume that a job is being done properly – upon cleaning and tidying my house yesterday, we found out our ex maid had not cleaned properly in ages!
7. I really should do more exercise – the doglet walking and house cleaning have left me feeling very sore today.
8. Watching all the episodes in a series’ season is the best way to watch – we finally finished the first season of 24 yesterday.
9. Sometimes it’s necessary to drive with the radio off – discovered Bullet needs to have it’s brakes checked (it’s going in on Thursday for a service).
10. Home-made prego rolls are a great end to a busy weekend.

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5 Comments

  1. 9. i hate driving with the radio off – then i hear how bad my car really sounds!

    glad you had a good weekend….:)

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  2. Totally with you on the movie prices…shocking!

    It is sad, when you realise how little you have in common with people that were once good friends…I guess that life hey 🙂

    Sounds like you had a good weekend!

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  3. It frustrates me when I loose common ground with really good friends from the past.

    Sounds like you had a lovely weekend!

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  4. Two things;

    Going to the movies is really expensive these days. I try and go on a Tuesday or Wednesday as they’re cheaper then.

    And I LOVE watching The Dog Whisperer.

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