Archive for November, 2004

Well two days disappeared super fast

November 30, 2004

Lilypie Baby Birthday

Heh.

Now s/he’s due my birthday!!!

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Almost 7 weeks

November 30, 2004

Lilypie Baby Days

The next 33 are going to draaaaaaaaaaag by.

Bleh

November 24, 2004

Just one of those days, where everything is annoying me. Buster is fine, just causing me heartburn, and I suspect making me want to burst into tears every five minutes.

Not sure how much longer I can keep snapping people’s heads off though. Bleh.

Hmmm

November 20, 2004

Spotting is normal right….. why do I feel like the other shoe is about to drop…..

‘Alexander’ under fire – Film – www.theage.com.au

November 20, 2004

Umm, but he WAS gay. I thought Alexander’s sexuality wasn’t in doubt. It was the norm of behaviour in ancient Greece. The love of a man and all that…

‘I have a real problem with independents’ – National – www.smh.com.au

November 18, 2004

“It’s well know that I have a real problem with independents because I think they fragment the country voice … I’m very passionate about that,” he said.”

No John, they fragment the National Party’s voice, not the voice of those people who vote for the independants, they get exactly what they vote for. It’s called Democracy.

Things that are not good about being pregnant:

November 16, 2004

1. Giving up smoking

2. Limiting coffee

3. Baby brain – I am not a moron, yet it is taking me 5 goes to get a print range right.

4. Heartburn

5. Requiring a nap in the afternoon

6. Feeling sick for no apparent reason

7. Only being able to take panadol for a headache

8. Forgetfulness

9. Heartburn

10. Being shitty for no apparent reason, although this could be due to the lack of cigs and coffee.

weeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!!!

November 16, 2004

Lilypie Baby Days

US bombs to be tested in Australia: report – National – www.smh.com.au

November 5, 2004

And this is what we have to look forward to for the next three years. Please ALP get rid of the factional hacks and save this country.

Stay out of abortion issue: Latham – National – www.smh.com.au

November 1, 2004

And so the moralising begins. Wait until sex-ed is banned in schools and we have religious ed re-introduced into public schools.