likes

  • Drill teams
  • Pit crews
  • The ridges on my toenails
  • Drum cadences
  • Uniforms
  • Japanese game shows
  • Malapropisms
  • Ping Pong balls
  • My incisors
  • Stickers
  • Glycerin
  • Bowls
  • Monuments
  • Turquoise
  • Rice
  • Carmex
  • Pilots
  • Letter carriers
  • Confetti
  • Buttons
  • Straight pins
  • Geraniums
  • Fennel
  • Brooms
  • Leaves
  • Shoe shine men
  • Ice cream trucks
  • Accents
  • The last five laps of formula one races
  • Mouthwash

Comments

Badger said…
Both of my grandfathers were letter carriers. True story.
Dani said…
Muuuuuch better.

Strange stuff, but better than yesterday. :)
Geggie said…
Carmex not so much. I'm a Burt's Bees girl myself.

Glycerin though! It's fabulous. A great moisturizer.
telfair said…
Glycerin? Can you actually buy glycerin as a consumer? I used to sell it when I bartered my soul to an Enormous Chemical Company for seven years of miserable employment. (Also in the days of that Bush song "Glycerine" which we used to warble at each other over cubicle walls whenever we sold a tank truck of it.)

I'm very fond of ice cream trucks myself.
Jennifer said…
We don't have ice cream trucks here.
Anonymous said…
Accents... like....uè uagliò!
HE
Paola
kmkat said…
Have you ever experienced scented geraniums? Check out your nearest herb garden. Intriguing and heavenly.
I likes (actually, Loves) this list.
Anonymous said…
I like the line by Crispin Glover in Back to the Future when he tells MJF's mom that she is his "density."

And my newest wish is to visit the MONUMENT to the Wright Brothers, aka PILOTS, in Kill Devil Hills, North Carolina. Someday.

jbhat
jenontheedge said…
I miss ice cream trucks. For some reason, they never come through our neighborhood.
I love F1, especially in Monaco. And where does one buy glycerin? I need some to make bubble bath and have only seen it certain forms I can't use (thankfully).
Melissa said…
great list! we hear the ice cream truck but never make it the 1/4 mile up to the road to catch it (sigh). curse of country life.
Sue said…
My husband spent two years in Ecuador and ate nothing but rice and he will NOT eat it. I, on the other hand, LOVE it. On laid back nights when we feed the kids left-overs or cereal, Husband will cook himself some kind of meat and I'll make myself a big bowl of rice. YUM.

Confetti, on the other hand, annoys me.