They say here that if the sun shines on your birthday you’ve been good as gold all year. I’m taking today’s gentle drizzle as a sign that I’ve been exploring my more interesting sides of late. When you’re two to the power of five years old you get to leave good as gold behind.

3 thoughts on “better than good

  1. Francois Lachance

    Forsaking Gold.
    Finding Atomic Number 32
    Ge, germanium
    a brittle gray crystalline element that is a semiconducting metalloid (resembling silicon) used in transistors; occurs in germanite and argyrodite

  2. scott

    Nothing wrong with being naughty every now and again. I wouldn’t worry unless you start finding coal in your stocking Christmas morning.

  3. Jill

    I’ll have some exciting months, then, waiting to see whether Father Christmas finds me guilty! Nah, I think a bit of enjoyment’s going to lead to far better things than coal 😉

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