That’s all I can say.
My mom went for a walk with Anka in the afternoon, and when they came back Anka was not cream-colored anymore. She was green! And she smelled awful!! :shocked: Apparently she jumpeeed into a ditch and was having a good time. The smellier the better for her. Yuck! Well, we took the hose and tried to get as much as possible washed out, but what can I say, she still smells, and so does our livingroom. Why do dogs always like the extra smelly stuff??
On a lighter note, I did the big trouble check update in the Stage Shows category today. You probably wonder why I say big update, when it’s so small. Well, let me tell you, for Stage Shows it really is big, this is such a quiet category, I’m very happy with it. Though, I wouldn’t mind taking care of another small category. Preferably Places or Animals. But they are in good hands right now, so I’ll just busy myself with Stage Shows. Just have to make sure I don’t apply for all the fanlistings in there. It’s very tempting, but well, need to give other people chances too. If they ever apply for the fanlistings I want. What a dilemma.
There’s no news on MalcolmGets.Com. Didn’t work on it all week, but it is on my To-Do List for the weekend. Now that I got the Stage Shows update out of the way, I should have enough time. At least when I don’t get approved for any of the fanlistings I applied for. :pleased: Nah, really, I want to get this finished, so I better get my ass in gear.
Now just one last thing….the Friday Five:
1. What were your favorite childhood stories?
Mmmmh, I would say fairytales.
2. What books from your childhood would you like to share with [your] children?
Definitely Astrid Lindgren’s books. She was a fabulous author
3. Have you re-read any of those childhood stories and been surprised by anything?
Nope, but I guess I should some time
4. How old were you when you first learned to read?
Wow, umm, I think I started learning to read in kindergarten, so I must’ve been around 4 or 5. I loved to read back then and I still do!
5. Do you remember the first ‘grown-up’ book you read? How old were you?
I really don’t remember…