Tuesday, 28 July 2009

Nerdy Pursuits


I am a great believer in the thought that there's a bit of dork in all of us.

I am in touch with my inner-dork. In fact, so in touch, I have my inner-dork on speed dial.

Last night Matt and I sat down together and did a puzzle. We're tight like that. We can be dorky together. We embrace the dork.

13 comments:

Mama Mogantosh said...

Hmmm... what about when the cute little idiosyncracies of your inner dork are far overshadowed by the aggressive nobbiness of your outer dork?

Black Eyed Susie said...

I love a good jigsaw. I wish my hubbie did too. Glad to see you back into the blogging. I missed your great posts even though I mostly just lurk!

Leonie Guld said...

Awww, I love a good jigsaw, it reminds me of holidays!!! Great "down time" fun. Not dorky at all, way cool!

A said...

I love doing jigsaws and I'm not nerdy. Not at all. No, not me. I'm NOT A NERD! (OK, maybe just a little bit. But there's nothing wrong with that, is there?)

Mel said...

Well what else are you s'posed to do now that Master Chef has finished? ;)

Pip Lincolne said...

Youse guys are ace.

flossy-p said...

hehehe, My Grandparents used to jig-saw together after dinner every night. :D

Bronwyn said...

Embracing the dork - reminds me of 'Embrace the Penny' - she is wonderful example of 'dork' loveliness!

Bec @ honi design said...

Husbie and I totally embrace the dorkiness together!

willywagtail said...

Goodness! I didn't know doing jigsaws was dorky. I'll have to give that up too!! LOL

Stacey said...

My dorkiness is a wee bit external. It's the cool urban hipster that is on the inner, unfortunately.

Alexis said...

The best thing about getting older is that I am perfectly happy to let my inner nerd out much more often!

Cindy said...

I think if I told Glen we were going to do a bit of jigsaw action after the kids went to bed - he would be a little shattered if I bought out a puzzle box. That is how you know you have found a good boy there.