did you succeed?
It’s.. it’s a bit early still… >_>
Here in The Netherlands it’s strongly advised to refrain from launching these balloons also, after some serious incidents with sheds, barns and houses with thatched roofs.
Aww, I saw them being sold (as ‘Happiness Balloons’) and was so happy. :<
If you manage to get to mission 300 in FFTA would you let me know how you did it? I don’t have the two items I need to unlock the last two missions before 300. =(
Way to encourage me. Well done. T_T If even you can’t do it, then… blah.
What? Nooooo! Don’t give up! You can do it Tzeeeeeee! I believeeee in youuuuuu! =D
Sing in public? Eeek! Why would you do that to yourself?! :P (hides under covers)
Have an awesome New Year T, and thanks for all your comments and support this year! :D
To get rid of that fear! XD And I know I’m not tone deaf, so I should be able to sing… maybe… probably… hopefully… Thanks to you too for the comments, and I’m glad I found your blog! It’s been an enjoyable and inspiring read. :)
Ooh, lemon meringue… I need to make that again.
We had two deep-frozen ones from Asda, they were a pretty good alternative (oh, British supermarkets…<3)
British supermarkets good then..? I work in Asda, heh I presumed all supermarkets were similar :3
They are! Food’s so ridiculously cheap in Britain, and there’s so much choice. >_< Meat for example is available for half of the price compared to here, and of much better quality (I usually don't get any excess water when I fry it).
Didn’t know Asda sold them… >_> something to get next time.
I’ve won a karaoke contest at my workplace 3 years ago, with the song “Merry Xmas Everybody” from the 60th-70th band “Slade”.
I also like to sing the song “Come To Me”, a track from near the end of the movie “The Pink Panther Strikes Again” where it’s first preformed by Tom Jones and later partly (and distorted) by Peter Sellers as his “Chief Inspector Jacques Clouseau” character.
Concerning Queen’s repertoire, I would like to learn to sing “Somebody to Love” one day, although it’s quite difficult.
It’s more for the fun of doing it, and I’ve had a few disasterous failures also, it’s all in the game. Do you happen to know the songs?
Nope, another problem I guess when there’s a karaoke event. Don’t know a lot of songs. :p
Yay for the restaurant guide! Too bad I live in Italy, but who cares? I travel a lot! (well, I’d like to…I travel a little bit :P )
Haha, I guess it won’t add much, but hey, it gives me a reason to visit some restaurants again. :p
Singing in public is one thing I’ve never done, but would probably do if I was made to and with the right song (Queen, MeatLoaf…they’re sure to get me singin’).
I’m highly interested in the lemon meringue tart (now that I look at it, meringue is such an odd word to try and spell). People at the bakery where I work ask for them all the time. Sadly we don’t make them. I’ve never actually tried one myself, either!
As for clubbing: Meh >w:3 I’ll be checking back here while I’m in New Zealand with the boyfriend!
I just never sing in public so have absolutely no control over my voice. :D My range is super limited…I once did part of a little jingle (it was out of my range, too high) and they had to edit my voice out of it… bwahahaha. You work at a bakery? Sounds fun– I only worked at the bread deli of a supermarket for a few years but enjoyed it a lot… got me eating too much though. Lemon meringues are nice if you’re into super tangy. >w< I hope you had a good time there!
I like your to-do list :) Why a lemon merengue tart?
Ben’s favourite tart and I know I’m good at making it. XD