Oh by the way... have you girls read "The female brain" by Louann Brizendine? Almost bought it today... is it any good?
nope - doesn't ring a bell.
not that anything would ring a bell these days :-) maybe the sight of my favourite chocolate, that would start some brain waves :-D
this messing around with tennis rackets on your feet, it sounds very tiring!
I think I stick with snorkelling. :-) can't wait.
well... they look a bit more sophisticated than tennis rackets - but some of the old ones do look like they might be multi-purpose;-)
it is tiring, yes, but a lot less than sinking into the snow thigh-deep with every step! so with these you can go to really remote places:-)
like I mentioned before, I'm more of a mountain-girl than a beach-girl;-)
if you are thinking of moving the party from the beach to the top of a mountain, just make sure there is a chairlift up :-) down I can manage. thx :-)
no, beach party is cool! :-) you'd have to help me pay the ticket though:-P
oh, talking about parties... I might have my own party tonight with a dvd and a bottle of wine;-)
Oh, I definitely need a chairlift, if we're having the party on the mountains! I am not a good climber. The view would be nice, though!
I love the show shoe picture. :) We're supposed to get snow today...first ever of the season, and it would only be a slight dusting, but still we're excited.
I haven't read "The female brain" by Louann Brizendine, from what genre is it written? Neuroscience/self-help/fiction/psychology ???
Maipenrai enjoy your party :-) (what dvd?)
the only time I like snow is when I wake up in the morning and I am the first to leave footprints. (I am an owl, so it doesn't happen very often!) snow is the same as love: lots of crap and slush to suffer through for a few good moments. :-)
on that note, I'll go and have my coffee.
no no, let's have the party at the beach!! much warmer! ;-)
we're supposed to have snow down here too, today. but so far the sun has been shining!
Betti, with the snow shoes you can go hiking in places where nobody else goes. away from all the slush and footprints! make your own footprints in a quiet and remote forest... and you don't even have to get up early:-) (and yes, there is a chairlift too! ;-) )
ah, and the dvd was "garden state". quite nice :-)
Apparently Louann Brizendine studied Neurobiology, but in our bookshop her book is in the esotericism/self-help section. I don't quite know what to expect of that... how about if we start a girls-reading-group and read it together? ;-) but I guess Betti is too busy right now, right? ...Pailin?
oh I don't think I have ever been on a holiday or even a proper daytrip in winter. I just hate cold so much, and it makes me sick too. even the normal daily routine meant annual pneumonia and at least a month of sick leave every winter, I don't even want to imagine the consequences of spending a day on a mountain. I've been away 4 winters now and I missed it for about a cumulative three minutes. but I suppose I could try someday, yes I can imagine snow is beautiful up there. I'll go when there are no more nice and warm places left on my "oh I want to see this!" list :-)
that book sounds waaaay to serious for me :-)
I'm not sure if I want to read that book either... I was hoping one of you girls could give advice;-)
I'm not that fond of the cold season either... but I do like the snow - except in the city! And my body seems to be ok with the cold, at least I don't get ill very often.
I'm sure our "oh I want to see this!" lists overlap substantially ;-) so maybe we should pick one of those places for our big party! (now I need that dancing smiley!!)
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