I enjoy laying in the warmth of the sun on a cool day, curling up under the covers when it's cold, and laying on the grass in the spring. Naps are a wonderful thing, so is snuggling with something soft or with someone you love. Stretching after a good nap or dreaming in the morning light.
I hate it when my feet are cold and unfortunately in the winter that seems to happen way too often.
I love a great many animals, don't ask me my favorite. Hmm though if you do, you will probably get whatever animal I am really interested in at the moment or a small list.
I don't usually bite. I have an odd "fear/dislike" of people in costume... not that it is really a fear, just this odd feeling and a desire to not be around... possibly similar to my dislike of film cameras. I don't like storms. I also don't like celery, though I will use it in cooking (mirepoix and whatnot!)... but raw, yech.
Oh, back scritches are nice... as are massages. And mint hot cocoa... and cookies... and oh shiny! Hold that thought.
Where was I? Ummm... I dunno. You can ask questions and I'm always up for a discussion about the fluffiness of robins or some other such malarky.
I broke google chrome... or something. It started with websites being fine when I "reopened" a batch of tabs I had closed, but then continuously "loading" until chrome did a "this webpage is making your browser run slow" and (should you chose to stop the page) would go to the default, this page had a fatal error sort of thing. If you didn't chose to stop it, it would just sit there with the loading circle going and going, and while you could see whatever part of the page you happened to have it on when it first started going to it... you could not scroll nor could you click. At some point webpages just would be broken from the get go. In an attempt to fix it, I uninstalled google chrome (that worked fine). Now however, I can not reinstall it and I can not access the link to whatever it is that tells me the error type. *sigh*
So for now I am using firefox.... I'll try to figure out how to fix it later.
Though if anyone has any ideas, I'm more than open to it.