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Thursday, December 30th, 2010
5:17 pm
I had a molar pulled and a bone graft done. I was really high from the sedation :)
It was fun for about 30 minutes after but then I passed out. I dont do well with being put to sleep.
Today was ok at first but now I am hurting and I think something might be wrong because there is some white squishy stuff coming out of the hole. I dont like this. It is uncomfortable. There is a big hole in my mouth that I am not supposed to be touching with my tongue but I cant stop. I think I need to take another pain pill so I will just go back to sleep!
Wednesday, March 17th, 2010
7:15 pm
My dryer offically died today, looks like Sydney might be getting a new dryer for her birthday :)
Trying to decide between a new one on the credit card or a craigslist one.
Monday, March 1st, 2010
12:53 pm
I am getting my boobs done May 10th!!!!!!!
Today I was in the bathroom when the phone rang-
me-"Sydney, bring me the phone"
Sydney- "No, I cant, I am coloring"
me-"I am pooping, please bring me the phone"
Sydney then answers the phone instead of bringing it to me- "hello"- silence....
"my mom is in the bathroom pooping right now"
OMG!!!! I thought i would die laughing!
Friday, January 29th, 2010
9:47 pm
75 dollars on cough medicine and you wanna know what works??? honey!
she spent 45 minutes coughing her poor head off after taking the medicine from the doctor. so bad she kept waking up and gagging. Finally I gave her a spoonful of honey, it has been about an hour and she hasnt coughed once!
Wednesday, December 2nd, 2009
8:16 am
no sleep last night, today is going to be rough
Thursday, November 5th, 2009
8:26 am
Sydney just told me she was really upset. I asked why and she told me it was because this morning I told her to go back to sleep and it made her really frustrated :)

Ok, send me calming energy, after I drop her off I am making the call to my boss.
Sunday, November 1st, 2009
5:25 pm
Sydney just walked up to me and said "Shit, we didnt get daddy a cake"
LOL, I really need to learn to watch my mouth around her. She is so serious when she curses.
Wednesday, October 21st, 2009
7:42 pm
Sydney and I went to Sams Club today. I looked at Sydney in the buggy and she was touching her thumb and pointy finger together. She kept doing and I asked her what she was doing. She pointed to the ceiling and ther was a security camera. It had a blinking light on it. She loked at me and said "everytime I do this it makes that light blink"
It was the cutest thing, in her mind she was making the light flash on and off. I love her.
Wednesday, October 7th, 2009
10:53 am
if "if's" and "buts" were candy and nuts , everyday would be christmas.
that cracks me up!
Tuesday, October 6th, 2009
12:45 am
This year it is more important that you protect your children and loved ones from the flu vaccines than influenza itself. This article on Lew Rockwell discusses how:

1.The swine flu is simply another flu. It is not unusually deadly.

2.This is the first time both seasonal and pandemic flu vaccines will be administered. Both seasonal flu and swine flu vaccines will require two inoculations. This is because single inoculations have failed to produce sufficient antibodies. This is an admission that prior flu vaccines were virtually useless. Can you trust them this time?

3.Adjuvants are added to vaccines to boost production of antibodies but may trigger autoimmune reactions. Some adjuvants are mercury (thimerosal), aluminum and squalene. Why would you sign a consent form for your children to be injected with mercury, which is even more brain-toxic than lead?

4.This is the first year mock vaccines have been used to gain FDA approval. The vaccines that have been tested are not the same vaccines your children will be given.

5.Over-vaccination is a common practice now in America. American children are subjected to 29 vaccines by the age of two. Meanwhile, veterinarians have backed off of repeat vaccination in dogs because of observed side effects.

6.Modern medicine has no explanation for autism, despite its continued rise in prevalence. Yet autism is not reported among Amish children who go unvaccinated.

7.Researchers are warning that over-use of the flu vaccine and anti-flu drugs like Tamiflu and Relenza can apply genetic pressure on flu viruses and then they are more likely to mutate into a more deadly strain.

8.Most seasonal influenza A (H1N1) virus strains tested from the United States and other countries are now resistant to Tamiflu (oseltamivir). Tamiflu has become a nearly worthless drug against seasonal flu.

9.Public health officials are irresponsible in their omission of any ways to strengthen immunity against the flu. No options outside of problematic vaccines and anti-flu drugs are offered, despite the fact there is strong evidence that vitamins C and D activate the immune system and the trace mineral selenium prevents the worst form of the disease.
Thursday, September 24th, 2009
7:44 pm
Why is it that when dad's get sick they need to lay in bed and watch sports all day but when mommys get sick we have to plow through???
Saturday, September 5th, 2009
12:14 am
chocolate tootsie pops are wonderful
hackers was a neat movie in 2005 but it is really bad in 2009. does 4 years make that much of a difference?
i cant find a good running shoe
my house is really messy
i wish i had invited friends over and had a fire tonight
Wednesday, September 2nd, 2009
2:00 am
fucking go to sleep already......
Sunday, August 23rd, 2009
2:03 am
I have some pretty good damn friends!
As Sydney likes to say "they make my heart happy"
Friday, August 21st, 2009
12:14 am
Sydney needs new pajamas so I have been looking on my regular sites for some, ebay, diaperswappers, mothering.com.
Holy Cow! Either these pajamas are sewn with gold thread or I should have been saving Sydneys old pajamas! I buy and sell use all the time but come on, 10 bucks for pajamas??
Tuesday, August 11th, 2009
8:09 pm
My baby is in her big bed :(
She is so little in that big bed! It is a full size, I am watching the moniter and she is just talking away!
I looked up her crib so I could see how much to price it on craigslist and saw it had been recalled! So I have to take it apart and send in all the bolts and they are going to send me a voucher to babies r us for $200! BUT I can only use it on beds! So hopefully I can sell it on ebay or craigslist for $150 or so. If anyone wanted to buy a crib it would be like getting $50 off. Hopefully I can sell it because I dont need a crib!
Monday, August 10th, 2009
12:50 am
We got Sydney a mattress friday!!!! Hopefully her bedspread will come in tomorrow and we can set up her big girl bedroom!
12:49 am
On another happier note, my birthday is in 6 days!!!!
Thursday, July 23rd, 2009
8:08 pm
100 Things Your Kids May Never Know About
By Nathan Barry July 22, 2009 | 8:00 am | Categories: Armchair Geek

Inserting a VHS tape into a VCR to watch a movie or to record something.
Super-8 movies and cine film of all kinds.
Playing music on an audio tape using a personal stereo. See what happens when you give a Walkman to today’s teenager.
The number of TV channels being a single digit. I remember it being a massive event when Britain got its fourth channel.
Standard-definition, CRT TVs filling up half your living room.
Rotary dial televisions with no remote control. You know, the ones where the kids were the remote control.
High-speed dubbing.
8-track cartridges.
Vinyl records. Even today’s DJs are going laptop or CD.
Betamax tapes.
Laserdisc: the LP of DVD.
Scanning the radio dial and hearing static between stations. (Digital tuners + HD radio b0rk this concept.)
Shortwave radio.
3-D movies meaning red-and-green glasses.
Watching TV when the networks say you should. Tivo and Sky+ are slowing killing this one.
That there was a time before ‘reality TV.’
Photo credit: smin via flickr
Computers and Videogaming

Wires. OK, so they’re not gone yet, but it won’t be long
The scream of a modem connecting.
The buzz of a dot-matrix printer
5- and 3-inch floppies, Zip Discs and countless other forms of data storage.
Using jumpers to set IRQs.
Terminals accessing the mainframe.
Screens being just green (or orange) on black.
Tweaking the volume setting on your tape deck to get a computer game to load, and waiting ages for it to actually do it.
Daisy chaining your SCSI devices and making sure they’ve all got a different ID.
Counting in kilobytes.
Wondering if you can afford to buy a RAM upgrade.
Blowing the dust out of a NES cartridge in the hopes that it’ll load this time.
Turning a PlayStation on its end to try and get a game to load.
Having to delete something to make room on your hard drive.
Booting your computer off of a floppy disk.
Recording a song in a studio.
Photo credit: ghbrett via flickr
The Internet

NCSA Mosaic.
Finding out information from an encyclopedia.
Using a road atlas to get from A to B.
Doing bank business only when the bank is open.
Shopping only during the day, Monday to Saturday.
Phone books and Yellow Pages.
Newspapers and magazines made from dead trees.
Actually being able to get a domain name consisting of real words.
Filling out an order form by hand, putting it in an envelope and posting it.
Not knowing exactly what all of your friends are doing and thinking at every moment.
Carrying on a correspondence with real letters, especially the handwritten kind.
Archie searches.
Gopher searches.
Concatenating and UUDecoding binaries from Usenet.
The fact that words generally don’t have num8er5 in them.
Correct spelling of phrases, rather than TLAs.
Waiting several minutes (or even hours!) to download something.
The time before botnets/security vulnerabilities due to always-on and always-connected PCs
The time before PC networks.
When Spam was just a meat product — or even a Monty Python sketch.
Photo credit: Chris Devers via flickr

Putting film in your camera: 35mm may have some life still, but what about APS or disk?
Sending that film away to be processed.
Having physical prints of photographs come back to you.
CB radios.
Getting lost. With GPS coming to more and more phones, your location is only a click away.
Rotary-dial telephones.
Answering machines.
Using a stick to point at information on a wallchart
Pay phones.
Phones with actual bells in them.
Fax machines.
Vacuum cleaners with bags in them.
Photo credit: ansik via flickr
Everything Else

Taking turns picking a radio station, or selecting a tape, for everyone to listen to during a long drive.
Remembering someone’s phone number.
Not knowing who was calling you on the phone.
Actually going down to a Blockbuster store to rent a movie.
Toys actually being suitable for the under-3s.
LEGO just being square blocks of various sizes, with the odd wheel, window or door.
Waiting for the television-network premiere to watch a movie after its run at the theater.
Relying on the 5-minute sport segment on the nightly news for baseball highlights.
Neat handwriting.
The days before the nanny state.
Starbuck being a man.
Han shoots first.
“Obi-Wan never told you what happened to your father.” But they’ve already seen episode III, so it’s no big surprise.
Kentucky Fried Chicken, as opposed to KFC.
Trig tables and log tables.
“Don’t know what a slide rule is for …”
Finding books in a card catalog at the library.
Swimming pools with diving boards.
Hershey bars in silver wrappers.
Sliding the paper outer wrapper off a Kit-Kat, placing it on the palm of your hand and clapping to make it bang loudly. Then sliding your finger down the silver foil to break off the first finger
A Marathon bar (what a Snickers used to be called in Britain).
Having to manually unlock a car door.
Writing a check.
Looking out the window during a long drive.
Roller skates, as opposed to blades.
Libraries as a place to get books rather than a place to use the internet.
Spending your entire allowance at the arcade in the mall.
Omni Magazine
A physical dictionary — either for spelling or definitions.
When a ‘geek’ and a ‘nerd’ were one and the same
Monday, July 20th, 2009
9:47 pm
drop dead diva on lifetime. good show, check it out.
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