10 Rubik’s cubes. R550 (+/-40USD). 20 sec. solves??
Ten (plus a few extra) Terry Pratchett quotes that sound cool but will probably can never actually have personal meaning and really shouldn’t have been taken out of context. Mostly funny, but also including slightly creepy, inspiring, depressing and cynical.
What? Yeah, even I don’t think that’s a thing.
When I was nineish, I started writing a book about our three bassets at the time: Nelson, Molly and puppy Chloë. I spelled (spelt?) that last name ‘Cloe’, possibly because it is so irritating to get that e with the thingies on top (I can never remember the shortcut so I just copy-paste the whole word). Possibly because I was nine.
I love my dogs. Who doesn’t? (Love their own dogs, I mean.) I try to write about said dogs’ adventures, in as humorous a way as possible, here. But sooner or later, well. Umm. Here ends the well-worded part of this ramble.
This is a post based on a Top Ten Tuesday prompt from That Artsy Reader Girl. Go check out the page for other posts, it’s really worth it.
So. Ten books with nature-themed/landscape covers? Easy.
+ quick review
This is my second Top Ten Tuesday post. TTT is a weekly… thing where anyone can write their list on chosen topics, by That Artsy Reader Girl – if you liked this, or want to try it out, go check see it^! And yes, I know today’s Wednesday.
I’ve got quite a backlog of Chloë photos waiting to be used. I will probably use them on individual posts sometime, but for anyone who wants to get to know Chloë the basset hound/just bassets in general better, :
The uninformed middle-range cuber faces many challenges, starting with homework then gear and working up to international lockdown.
I don’t think I’ve ever mentioned it, but I picked speedcubing again last year.