Welcome to Top Ten Tuesday! This weekly shared “meme” has a different theme each week and is shared by many blogs. We’re aiming to come up with ten things between us each week so they won’t be in any particular order!
Top Ten (Geeky and Otherwise) Things We’re Thankful For
We don’t do Thanksgiving in Australia or the UK, but to get into the spirit we’ve put our heads together and come up with some things that we’re thankful for. Some are geeky and some aren’t… but we hope you have a lovely week this week whether you’re on holidays and celebrating or not.
1. Leila, Hannah, Angelya and Philippa are thankful for World of Warcraft – without it we wouldn’t have met each other or our other gaming friends!
2. Philippa is thankful for cider, chocolate, Baskin Robbins, daycare days and a boba 3G for carrying around the little one.
3. Philippa is also thankful that even though her laptop had 1 litre of water poured over it by her mini tyrant, it survived.
4. Natasha is thankful for Ryan Gosling without a shirt on. Also, that new book smell (mmmm) and rainy days where you can curl up with a cup of tea and a good book. Of course, she wouldn’t mind curling up with Ryan Gosling either.
5. Angelya is thankful for her happy and (usually) healthy family as well as all the support she’s received while expecting this year. She is so thankful that this is her last week of work, and that there are only a few uncomfortable weeks to go before baby due time.
7. Hannah is thankful for book swap sites. And The Works. And charity shop finds. And for having the ability to read and enjoy.
8. Leila is thankful for her two jobs. Both of them are bookish jobs (library & bookstore) and they help her cultivate a passion for books and a love of helping others find that passion.
9. She is also thankful for her new found confidence and tries everyday to maintain it through the struggle of life; confidence is something she has worked hard for and is so glad to have it.
10. We are ALL thankful for our bloggy buddies around the world! What would we do without our global networks?