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11 March 2005

I want it.

hellokitty

I hate cell phones and the ever-available attitude they promote (I don't want to be reached 24/7), but I have to admit that this is cute.

It reminds me of the sticker collection I had when I was around 8 or 9. I was very proud of my Hello Kitty puffy stickers.
hellokitty2
hellokittystix
In case you didn't know, Hello Kitty was born on November 1st, 1974, and she lives in London, England, with her parents and her twin sister, Mimmy. They have lots of friends at school with whom they share many adventures. Her hobbies include traveling, music, reading, eating yummy cookies her sister Mimmy bakes, and best of all making new friends. As Hello Kitty always says,


"You can never have too many friends."

2 Comments:

Anonymous musafir said...

Glad to see you back in cyber space. Enjoyed the posts. I shall not be making comments in the future (afraid of making grammatical errors) but here is something for the septuagenarians.

"As I get considerably beyond the biblical allotment of three score years and ten, I feel with increasing intensity that I can express my gratitude for still being around on the oxygen-side of the earth's crust only by not standing pat on what I have hitherto known and loved. While the oxygen lasts, there are still new things to love, especially if compassion is a form of love."
---Norman MacLean (Young Men and Fire)

10:19 pm  
Blogger Maureen said...

Hey, Musafir! I will use tht MacLean quote for sure.

Please don't stop posting for fear of grammatical errors.

Yes, I know I was harsh on the network, but blogging/email is a bit different, don't you think?

While I do believe that the media should play a responsible role in the promotion of the correct usage of the language, I was totally joshing about the Oscars.

Anyhow, always glad when you stop by!

11:16 pm  

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