Monday, February 13, 2012
Two way conversations coming right up
For the longest time I considered moving this blog to Wordpress because I wanted to be able to reply to people's comments.
I never got around to it because I'm still more partial to Blogger, and then they finally brought in a reply option and I still didn't use it.
Well now I have, if you left a comment on yesterday's post then I've replied. So many times people have asked a question in the comments section and I've wanted to respond, well now I can. So there's an incentive to leave a comment (even if you don't normally) just so I can at least say hi.
Most nights as I write my posts, I have the television on in the lounge room and I sit on the lounge with my laptop on my lap. I'm not a big TV viewer but it's background noise and sometime I catch parts of shows which I wouldn't specifically sit down to watch. Reading and writing are much higher up on my list of priorities.
We have a television show called My Kitchen Rules which is on most week nights - tonight they have two young bachelor guys cooking. Amazing food cooked tonight and by amateur cooks, young lads even - absolutely spectacular.
For my non - Aussie readers, each pair on the show have to cook a three course meal of their choice and are then critiqued by 10 fellow contestants who come to a 'dinner party' - these guys scored 95 out of a possible 100. This is the highest score ever on this show.
I don't get too excited by food or recipes, but check this out - this is what they cooked
Entree - Trio of seafood
Main - Signature roast (3 roast meats in one)
Dessert - Gateau Opera
Tonight I stuffed up mashed potatoes, not sure where it went wrong. Gees I never mess up mashed potatoes, but I did tonight. These guys make me want to bury my head in a pillow.
Well youngest son had a great first day at his new school, the permanent grin on his face is a small indication.
Hope you've got plenty of reasons to smile
But communication is two-sided - vital and profound communication makes demands also on those who are to receive it... demands in the sense of concentration, of genuine effort to receive what is being communicated. ~ Roger Sessions
Posted by Fiona Biedermann