Thursday, June 12, 2008

Fuzzy Things

Carmen and I were riding around in the car today and decided to make a list of the things that make us feel all warm and fuzzy inside...

Here is my list (Some of these may be the same as Carmen's)

Things that make me feel warm and fuzzy inside:

-Linking to Things From My Blog Nothing better than that feeling that comes from giving people, places, and things that credit they deserve.

-Organizing My Pictures and Documents Okay, so I'm just getting started with doing this, and I already feel better about myself :D

-Clean Sheets Admittedly, I'm pretty lazy about washing my sheets. I won't even tell you how lazy because then you'll be so disgusted with me you'll never read my blog again. Let's just say, more than once a year.

-Warm Pajamas Come on, is there anything better when it's cold outside than putting on pajamas straight out of the dryer? I didn't think so.

-Kitty Lovin' I love it when Meatwad and Beefcake are kind enough to grace me with a nuzzle here and there.

-Moose Tracks and Chunky Monkey Ice Cream Enough said.

-Working hard all day, and then coming home to a couch and a task free evening

-Starbucks Mochachinnos

-Flying Across Country Gotta love seeing snow capped mountains and landing in 80 degree weather.

-Going Swimming on a Hot Day

-Hugging my Jared


Sam said...

I gotta agree with the clean sheets and kitty lovin'. Did I tell you that Molly and I got another cat? She is so much sweeter than Maggy, it's crazy. She's about 6 months old and is completely insane though. The apartment looks like a hurricane went through it after a night of them playing. I'm glad Maggy finally has some company though. :)

Alisa said...

Mmm... All I can say is:

Banana ice cream + chocolate chunks + walnuts = HEAVEN!!!!!

Ben & Jerry's stumbled upon pure gold when they created that mix.

Carmen Eckard said...

Awesome. I'll be starting mine now, and number one is linking! I'm going to tag my entry so I can add to the list with more blogs.

Joan said...

I totally agree about the sheets though I wait too long also. I love our NC mountains but seeing those mountains in Wyoming and Idaho last summer took my breath away.

Lovey said...

:) TMI warning:

Hubby used to change his sheets about every third month, only if he thought about it. In fact, he didn't wash them once during the entire 1 1/2 years he was in Montana.
Let's just say he appreciates clean sheets now. And he's slightly less disgusting than he used to be. Yep, that would be my influence. It's been a tough road!