Mom and Grandma have conspired to teach the baby to say "ma ma." Which has actually worked he now says "ma ma" to everything. The cat, the table, food and drink, dad, mom, grandma, the mailman, the stroller. All are known as "ma ma" or "ma ma ma ma ma ma ma" with an occasional click thrown in to to honor African roots i guess.
So since this place is going into obscurity shortly, as good a place to share as any. It's amazing the impact that, even if briefly, people have on your life. An old friend and coworker took his life yesterday and it's been much harder than even I would have thought. He was one of the most quirky, brilliant people I ever had the chance to know.
meanwhile, I also need some crucial advice. this dude I'm totally gaga over going on 2 years now came to my birthday party and danced with me, hung out the whole time, then helped me take the decorations down... point of the story is a lady friend mentioned the next day that he was obviously being more than friendly nice and I should follow up...
This last and final display name is for my country sister Trish. She calls me Moniqua in private. FriendFeed has yielded me so many loving people and friendships, and I am sad to see it go, but I am on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and everything else, so you will always be able to find me when you need a laugh. I love you all.
I asked this earlier on other social networks with likes/faves but no answers so I'll ask here: if you're in a pub and someone - staff or punter - drops a glass does everyone else in the venue cheer loudly? This is typical in British pubs but I'm wondering if it's the same the world over.