Frozen blackberries, strawberries, half banana, lime yogurt, a dash of tangerine/orange juice. With a slice of bread, this was dinner last evening.
Called off for today. Didn't need it, didn't want it, but this is life right now. Getting buggerall done, here.
Reading about the Americanisms that BBC readers don't like. Avoided the actual "article", but over at Separated By A Common Language Lynnequist has a thorough and reasoned (and researched) response.
Since there are so many readers here who speak other varieties of English, I'd be curious about both your take on this, and your own observations about the differences. I happen to love how everyone in different places express themselves differently, and I'm glad to make different expressions part of my vocabulary. But then, I love words, and playing with them.
My mother would be horrified that I prefer the word bucket to pail. But then I get to exclaim "Bucket!" at work, without actually swearing. That wouldn't help her feel better.