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So, I’m two weeks away from being Full Term.
At this point I couldn’t imagine myself getting any bigger, but Baby Carrot still has some growing to do before they enter the world. One of my most favorite hobbies is watching my belly bounce and wriggle, which is both very …
I might be a loud, talkative, know-it-all – but surprisingly, I don’t like being the center of attention that much.
I’ve not had a proper Birthday Party since I was about 10 years old, and didn’t have a Bachelorette/Wedding Shower, or anything like that before I got married. My wedding …
Exactly one year (and one day) ago, I quit smoking. The day I decided to quit, I wrote about it here. I was absolutely 100% positively certain that I would never have another cigarette after that morning – and I’m so relieved and proud to have proven myself right.
As you …
I always say I’m going to start blogging again, because I really do miss the old days (like, a decade ago) when I could look back and see what I was doing, feeling, thinking and sharing. Reading some of my old LiveJournal entries has really solidified how drastically I’ve changed …
About a year ago I bought a Bicycle. Approximately 30 minutes after the purchase, I experienced a pretty bad accident involving some streetcar tracks. This not only left my knees in pretty rough shape, it also caused me to cancel a trip to NYC I had been pretty excited about. …
This entry is about four things. Food, Booze, Games & Cars.
So, I officially moved to The Big City last weekend. Again.
Third time is the charm, right?
The other two tales of my attempt to move to Toronto are wrought with failure and sadness.
Who would think that the one thing to motivate me to update this blog more often (other than the Film Festival) would be quitting smoking. Although, I do have to say that I think it will be less frequent in the coming weeks.
Thought I’d do a quick update to share with everyone how the whole Quitting Smoking thing is going.
Firstly, it’s true when they say that you’ll never find the best time to quit –