Posted by Simon Welsh | 20 October 2009 | Comments (3)
I've been doing some musing lately, (if you don't know what musing is, Sarah defines muse over in this post) ending with me deciding that I really need to fix the text size in the tinyMCE editor so I can stop squinting. Aaah, that's better.
This musing has helped learn a few tidbits about stuff.
- Calculus is my funniest subject.
- When walkways say expected time of 4-5 hours, they mean for slow people.
- The swings in Melrose Park are fun
- My arms are pathetic
- I still don't know how to act around children. Should make Cutting Edge "fun".
- I'm still afraid of dogs and not that good at hiding it.
- My name should be "Simon Handicap"
- Wellington has awesome weather. (Gale force wins, torrential rain and sun, in different combinations throughout my walk)
- The Southern Walkway isn't very well signposted before Mt. Vic.
- Getting lost in Mt. Vic is far too easy.
- The swings in The Crescent Play Area are fun
- Church isn't very loud. If I didn't know otherwise, I wouldn't have known a service had just started.
- The swings in Kilbirnie Park Play Area are fun.
- I am still able to be happy (instead of just enjoying things).
- People I don't know seem to be a lot less scary then I think they are.
- There is almost no point in owning a phone, other than for Twitter access from anywhere with reception.
- If 1 Corinthians 12:12-31 uses part(s) instead of member(s), it doesn't feel right.
- Cocoa is awesome.
Only some of these actually resulted from musing, rather than just my normal random thought process, but musings sounds cooler.