Hope the night was good…
I watched Captain America last night.
Cute movie – quite enjoyed it.
Just one thing though.
Much as I like Steampunk as a genre, in this movie, the artifacts was a bit too modern.
The whole idea of Steampunk is to make modern things fit in the old setting.
So, cool as the submarine was, it was too modern. The lines too sleek. The technology too new.
It was a cute movie.
And I just loved the roar of the car 😉
Nothing quite like a well tuned V8 to make a girl’s knees go weak!
No wonder I love Supernatural so much!
As for the rest, had a huge storm here last night.
Not major thunder, but wind!
Almost felt as if I was in WP the way the wind was plucking things to and fro!
Nothing quite like a major windstorm to make one thankful for a sturdy house with a good roof.
So, this morning, everything is clear.
Bright and washed.
Until the next time…
Got Whacky Wednesday last night from Steers.
For the 2 burgers and 1 large chips they charged me R65.
And I could have made better burgers at home.
The buns were not fresh, the cheese slice so not worth 9 bucks, and why does Steers not put salt in their meat?
Suffice it to say that I won’t eat a Steers burger again anytime soon!!
It would be so nice to get a spot in SA where they’re not trying to rip you off – charging the earth for something so absolutely untasty.
Suppose it’s yet another thing we should get used to.
Service is usually bad here, they might as well follow with the taste.
Should teach me not to spend money on stuff that I know is not worth the money.
Hope you enjoy today’s joke.
and that the day is a good one!
The Nun teaching Sunday School was speaking to her class one Sunday morning
and she asked the question, “When you die and go to Heaven… which part of
your body goes first?”
Suzie raised her hand and said, “I think it’s your hands.” “Why do you think it’s your hands, Suzie?” Suzie replied, “Because
when you pray, you hold your hands together in front of you and God just
takes your hands first!”
“What a wonderful answer!” the Nun said.
Little Johnny raised his hand and said, “Sister, I think it’s your legs.”
The Nun looked at him with the strangest look on her face. “Now, Little
Johnny, why do you think it would be your legs?”
Little Johnny said, “Well, I walked into Mommy and Daddy’s bedroom the other
night, Mommy had her legs straight up in the air and she was saying, ‘O God,
I’m coming!’ If Dad hadn’t pinned her down, we’d have lost her.