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Mar. 26th, 2017 04:32 pm
kazzy_cee: (earth from the moon Apollo 11)
I got distracted by stuff and so I haven't been updating - ooops! So, firstly the question of the day: 12: what's your favorite planet?
Well duh - it's Earth! I have no experience living on a different planet! No [livejournal.com profile] thefridayfive questions again which is why I forgot about posting on Friday!

Secondly - it's Mothering Sunday in the UK, so if you are being spoiled, spoiling your mother, celebrating with the pets you mother, or whatever, I hope it's been a good day. I have cards from the offspring, a phone call from Eldest Cee and far too much chocolate and fudge which I am resisting.  Mr Cee cooked a rather delicious Sunday roast which was very good.

It's been an incredibly lovely two days here, although it's been very windy (which is chilly!) the sun has been shining so I have been painting the little courtyard fencing at the front of the house over the last two days and pottering around the garden. Mr Cee and I decided to spend some of our accumulated Nectar points from grocery shopping on a new compact camera as our old one is playing up and is getting unreliable (it keeps reverting back to the menu as you try and take a photo!). The new one has all kinds of nifty features like being able to just select one colour from a scene and do artistic things! Under the cut for a couple of examples.

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Happy Sunday!
kazzy_cee: (Spring)


I shall be visiting my mum later for cake. It's ages since I've had cake! :) Mmmmm cake.

Hope all the Mums on my f-list have a good day.

With cake.

Or chocolate.

Or chocolate cake! *g*
kazzy_cee: (Spring)


I shall be visiting my mum later for cake. It's ages since I've had cake! :) Mmmmm cake.

Hope all the Mums on my f-list have a good day.

With cake.

Or chocolate.

Or chocolate cake! *g*
kazzy_cee: (ani Brainiac)
Heee! According to this BBC article:

Men, the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences paper found, were more attractive if they moved with a "shoulder swagger"...the participants rated women or "female" figures as more attractive if their hips swayed as they walked, while men were more attractive if they had the characteristic shoulder movement.

So that explains a lot...although James does tend to slink those hips too.

Also - it's Mothering Sunday today in the UK. The American woman who invented the idea of celebrating all that mother's do would have been horrified by what it's turned into according to this article:

Consumers are pressured by advertising and businesses to measure goodwill in terms of presents, says branding expert Jonathan Gabay. "Mother's Day has become a yearly windfall to business. It's an opportunity to market everything from cut flowers and greetings cards to nostalgic CDs, perfume and beauty products."

Hope all the UK mums have a Mother's Day that makes them happy, however you celebrate it!

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kazzy_cee: (ani Brainiac)
Heee! According to this BBC article:

Men, the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences paper found, were more attractive if they moved with a "shoulder swagger"...the participants rated women or "female" figures as more attractive if their hips swayed as they walked, while men were more attractive if they had the characteristic shoulder movement.

So that explains a lot...although James does tend to slink those hips too.

Also - it's Mothering Sunday today in the UK. The American woman who invented the idea of celebrating all that mother's do would have been horrified by what it's turned into according to this article:

Consumers are pressured by advertising and businesses to measure goodwill in terms of presents, says branding expert Jonathan Gabay. "Mother's Day has become a yearly windfall to business. It's an opportunity to market everything from cut flowers and greetings cards to nostalgic CDs, perfume and beauty products."

Hope all the UK mums have a Mother's Day that makes them happy, however you celebrate it!

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