Joining in with hilarious Deb @ Not Inadequate, who has amused me with her Random Monday for ages. I thought about stealing the idea, but now she has Made A Button so I can go legit and I need to join in because noone wants to be standing all alone at a dance, do they?! So here are my very random thoughts and musings this sunny Monday morning...
- Australians eat more beetroot (beets to you Americans) per capita than any other country. I would hazard a guess and say most of those are sliced canned beetroot on our hamburgers ("you eat beets on your burgers?") and the rest in salads out of cans. Although they are getting "trendy" and fresh roasted beetroot is getting as popular as slow-roasted shoulder of lamb.
- Caravan parks in Australia are expensive! $200+ a night for a cabin in off-peak season is a lot of money to pay for a freaking jumping pillow. We could nearly afford a cruise for that money if you factor in petrol and meals.
- Clean 1000 thread count sheets and freshly shaved legs make me feel very happy. Maybe because the two rarely co-incide.
- The smell of a new book is almost as good as rain after a hot day or freshly mowed lawn. Priceless.
|And apparently they also make it in a can. Of course they do.|
Do you eat beets on your burgers? (don't knock it 'til you've tried it!)
How much per night would you be willing to pay for a holiday?
What everyday thing makes you happy?
What do you love the smell of? Do they make it in a can?