Monday, October 8, 2007

What else would I have?

There really are so many memes about these days. I enjoy doing most of them and definitely love reading what other people have to say. Sometimes I find them helpful too when I don't have time to do a 'real' post. Like today. Aaron has had something irritating his stomach since yesterday and I've been changing diapers too many times to count. Overall, he's still the same active, happy toddler so its nothing serious. He probably ate some seaweed from that trip to Wynnum or perhaps he chewed on his shoes one too many times.

Here is a meme that Serina tagged me for. Its to show what my desktop looks like. Unfortunately, I'm using my mother's computer while I'm here in Brisbane but my own desktop isn't much different. Aaron is like the center of EVERYTHING at the moment.

I like being tagged for memes but I usually don't tag anybody else and just leave it up to any other readers to do if they feel like it. Somehow, 'forwarding' doesn't come naturally to me. I also don't forward chain emails so I guess I'm consistent.


Bilbo said...

Good Morning, Amanda! Thanks for your comment on my "10 words or less" post. I agree with you about forwarding memes...this is the first one that I've responded to, although I've picked up on some that have been used by others. I have so little free time that I don't want to feel obligated to use it to respond to a meme...feels too much like accepting a tasking at work! I did enjoy this one, though, because of the challenge of limiting answers to 10 words. Your mother's desktop looks like mine at the office...all Leya, all the time! Best wishes, Bilbo.

Serina Hope said...

I am sorry that I keep tagging you guys. Know that you never have to respond. I will still love you. Just respond when it feels right. I think that your Mom's desk top photo is awesome.

Jean-Luc Picard said...

Your mother has a very colourful desktop. Serina asked me as well.

Amanda said...

Grandparents are the best! They think of the grandchild constantly and are so enthusiastic about providing a few minutes relief to the parents.