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    Jesus. Doctors are not normal. All-day meeting scheduled to run 9.30am to 3.30pm. From 7.45-9.30am: getting material, room etc ready. From 9.30-10.30am: listening to them swap 'wealth - what shall we do with it?' stories. From 10.30-11am: showing them photos of rabbits having sex. From 11-12.45pm doing actual work. From 12.45-1.30pm lunch, I escaped and then cleaned away the plates. From 1.30-2.30pm watching 'home' movies of 'here's one I nearly killed earlier' and listening to war stories - judged in litres of blood lost or the size of holes discovered. At 2.30pm two left to catch flights. At 3pm I was back at my desk with my head in my hands.
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    I have been out of the country too long...

    "lick my plum in the evening, and fit that tongue d-deep in" jay-sus...
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    My legs are still getting thinner. I've no idea what end point looks like now - I'm already slender - but I feel strong and healthy so I suppose the body knows what it's doing. Perhaps there really will be abs? Goodness!

    Spent some time in the garden and the small boy had the paddling pool out for the first time this year. Feels good to manufacture my own vitamin D again. Husband is beginning to express the idea that he'd like to go paleo/primal, but doesn't know if it would be possible (the man is a sugar junkie). I'd be amazed if he does, but it's nice to have the validation of him recognising that this has transformed my relationship with food.
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    Quote Originally Posted by badgergirl View Post
    Spent some time in the garden and the small boy had the paddling pool out for the first time this year.
    At first I was wondering if you all were bucking for a family membership into the Cold Thermogenesis Club or something - and then remembered where you live . We will be closing our pool today, and then heading over to the tractor pulls tonight - the schedule brings all the good 'ole boys back to our township for this weekend. Last night you could hear them well into the evening... rrrrOOOOAARRRRRRRRRR!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crabbcakes View Post
    rrrrOOOOAARRRRRRRRRR!
    Yes, that's the noise I make for sour cream!

    This time of year is lovely here. Not too hot, not too cold - just like baby bear's porridge. The days are getting longer, the bulbs are all sending up their flowers and the skies are high and blue - mostly.

    Today we visited Dromkeen, a house and gardens devoted to the art of children's books, before it closes and all the books and artwork gets sent to the State library: even here companies are feeling the pinch and Scholastic clearly decided that Dromkeen wasn't adding value. A terrible shame as it is a beautiful place.

    Skipped lunch again as wasn't really hungry after a largish breakfast. Apparently that's the new normal now.
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    Stuff. Very unlikely and unusual stuff is going on in my life. Very, very strange. I'm trying to be calm and failing.

    Otherwise it's just more of the same: eating, drinking and attempting to be merry. Trying to remember to waggle weights every other day or thereabouts.

    LGN update - yes, I think probably, yes.
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    Last night small boy requested purple nail polish on his toes (my son is a peacock and likes to have sparkly plumage). I told him that I would paint his toes for him if he had stories in the chair - instead of in bed - to give it time to dry and then put himself to bed. And, lo! Miracles happened and he indeed put himself to bed. The power of purple polish.

    I told small boy I was thinking of changing mine to navy blue rather than purple. He said that even though blue is a boys' colour, it should be okay. I was obscurely proud of him. Gender norms can go get themselves fucked.

    In other news, I appear to be developing the smallest hint of, what I have been told is called, a box gap. Clearly, after implants, a career in porn awaits.
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    be careful what you ask for/ may you live in interesting times



    I had been concentrating on madly exciting, possibly life-changing, stressful, wonderful, scary occurence A when lo, out of a clear sky, mad, probably life-changing, stressful, enraging, scary occurence B happened. Are these the breaks when you feel alive rather than asleep at the wheel? Also, A looks like it's off the menu now, but I've got a plate piled sky high with B.

    I knew my life needed changing, but really, this much? All at once? Oh.

    Ketosis. That's what's holding me in together right now. That and wine. Otherwise it would be binge, purge and RUN AWAY.
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    Being a grown up really, fucking sucks arse sometimes, no? I used to slash and burn everything in my life, but with maturity comes moderation and a small degree of reticence, control. I have the machete and I want to use it, but no: those two areas of my life - occurences A and B - will be responded to with caution, planning, good sense. I really, really want to destroy something right now.

    Still, ketosis is treating me well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by badgergirl View Post
    Being a grown up really, fucking sucks arse sometimes, no? I used to slash and burn everything in my life, but with maturity comes moderation and a small degree of reticence, control. I have the machete and I want to use it, but no: those two areas of my life - occurences A and B - will be responded to with caution, planning, good sense. I really, really want to destroy something right now.
    One suggestion... go watch Gallagher do his best with some watermelons...

    Wish I were there to do something nice for you, just to relieve the tension.

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