Sunday, January 22, 2012

10 Warm Fuzzies

To get this picture I said,
"Come here, hold the gun...no I won't shoot you."
1. Nerf Guns!!! Johnathan and I love our N-Strike 6 shooters. We bought them on our first wedding anniversary. Most awesome thing ever. There are even house rules relating to the nerf guns;

5. No Nerf guns in the bedroom.
a) Modifying Nerf weapons to fire ordnance other than official Nerf-sanctioned ammo is strictly forbidden.
b) Should you come across an opponent who has run out of ammunition, you may "do them Execution Style."
c) While pistol-whipping isn't expressly forbidden, it is considered unsporting.

Then we moved...and they went into storage. For 6 months we have lived twitch and suspicion free. I went to Germany on Friday and brought home treats. Nerf gun treats. An automatic nerf battle ensued. This. Is. NORMAL. Oh how we've missed normal.

2. Tiaras. I love tiaras. I wore one for fun to school in high school. I didn't care. I just liked wearing one. I think I'm even wearing one in my grade 11 yearbook photo. If not my grade 12 picture. If not both. I had a history teacher use to love it when I did that. She once told me it was because it made her think of her mothers high school formal picture. The tiara I wore in high school was metallic pink with a a heart design and I think it was meant for little girls. It was purchased in the kids section of Claires by a dear friend I lost contact with years ago. She gave it to me when I moved away at the end of the 9th grade. She said it would make me brave. 

My dad picked out my wedding tiara. I actually use my wedding tiara during NaNoWriMo  as my "thinking tiara." My best friend posted this on my bookface wall the other day and I think it perfectly expresses how I feel about tiaras.



3. This conversation with John
John: Did you buy new running leggings in Germany?
Tatiana: Yes, they're sweat wicking and all that fancy stuff.
John: Are you thinking of going back to running?
Tatiana: Yes, I have those apps on my ipod I might as well use them.
John: Yeah you should probably use those...our "gym membership budget" was spent on going to London for your birthday.

4. An email I got from my dear Michelle. It was exactly what I needed at exactly the right time I needed it. It wasn't what she thought I needed, it was what she KNEW I needed. She's 7000km away and she just knew.

5. I got a box of love from Jamie this week. Full of awesome. Full of thoughtful. Full "she loves me". Oh and pencils. I may have an obsession with pens granted but PENCILS....oooh pencils they make my heart sing.

6. I love the fact I can tell people off in two languages.

7. Our apartment currently has a wonderful scent of smoked meat wafting through it. Whilst we eat mostly a vegetarian diet because it's easier on our pocket book but when we find meat on sale it usually ends up in our smoker. In this case it's beef with a lovely homemade coffee chipotle rub. 

8. John came into the kitchen whilst I was making dinner. I was listening to my iPod. He asked if I had found the surprise he had put on there. I hadn't. Turns out he put this on there. 


9. I heard it was -38 back home this week. I laughed hysterically!! Sure it's January and it's raining here but you know what? It's not -38 bahahahahahahahaha! And yes I'm sure it's a dry cold. I know. I use to tell people that too.

10. My mother yelled at me this week on the phone for saying I was going to be 28 in March (apparently I am wrong, I will be 8 and she will hear no more about it.) 
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2 comments:

  1. "And yes I'm sure it's a dry cold. I know. I use to tell people that too." HAHAHAHA I LOVE CANADA!
    No seriously it's cold. Stay where you are. In the east it's not even dry cold. Just effing cold.

    In other news, I miss you. I think I may try and write some letters today! Perhaps one of them will make it's way across the ocean!

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  2. It's your mom that is turning 28 in March, not you. Remember that and don't forget to send a card!

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