I’ve been thinking about getting my lip pierced again.
Granted there were some problems with the piercing the first time (hence why I took it out) but I’ve started to miss my bad-ass face metal.
Though I’d probably just deal with my mothers threats to “disown me” and stick a ring in after it heals enough. The bar was lovely but also problematic.
So then Tumblr,
A few many moons ago my squishy, my other Time-lord half, and her squishy went to WARNER BROS. MOVIE WORLD on the Gold Coast.
It was glorious.
These are just a few of the photos from that most magical day.
There was fun and it was had.
Ladies and Gentlemen,
I am on a quest.
A quest to lose that little ‘wiggle’ I have when I walk. A quest to kick my chubby butt into a less chubby gear. A quest to be the lady I deserve, but not the one I am right now.
Lets just get this out there, health kicks are crazy. They make people crazy. But I’m already acceptably crazy, so maybe I’ll be safe.
Many questions are on my mind but the most important one is: Where do I start? How does one start a “Health Kick”. Do I just go out, buy all the fruit and vegetables, then hope for the best? Should I look up what meal-replacement shakes are the best and start sucking them down every day? Or should I just run out, buy whatever books I can find that say “weight loss, get you some”, take them home and treasure them like they are my holy bible?
Weight loss is a game where if you cut corners and cheat, you feel terrible. But I’ve always been told it’s perfectly fine to eat that original glazed doughnut out on the town, as long as it’s not an always thing. Remember: everything is a sometimes food unless its natural and organic. Being healthy is all about good food and eating well, but how do we know what’s best? What if you do that already but you’re still a jelly belly? How do you cure this?
Over the course of how-ever-long I will be trying to find out these answers and more. So I apologize in advance for all future posts (unless you’re okay with them, then rock on).
I will leave you fine people with a question.
What are your health kick tips and tricks?
I’m in the market for a beginning sewing machine, and managed to stumble upon this bad boy at IKEA on the weekend.
It. Is. Beautiful!
I’ve been reading reviews and so far everyone has said that it’s a good little beginner machine (even kids can use it), which has made me start thinking about getting myself one.
I’ve been feeling incredibly broken the past few weeks.
I wonder if I’ll ever be able to get back to the way I used to feel, or if it’s been lost in the wind…
Today has been terrible. I seem to have contracted a delicious Gastro infection. Yum. (No, it’s not yum)
Now for those of you who have never had the delight of being around me when I’m sick (which is all of you), I get terribly attached to people. I hate being sick and left alone.
This all stems from the fact that my mother works night and sleeps throughout the days, which means that if I was sick on a school day, I would be flopping around the house by myself. Which was horrible. Sometimes she would send me over to my Grandmas, which was awesome, because she would sit next to me and rub my hair as I fade in and out of life and sickness.
In conclusion if you ever have the unfortunate pleasure of being around me when I’m ill, please please please don’t leave me alone.
Wrecking my brain trying to write up the next Dragon Age campaign for my peeps.
I’ve decided to take an idea from a friend and form it into my own little monster. So far the theory and premiss is neato, just trying to execute it or at least make it decent and playable, is proving itself to be more difficult that imagined.
I’m actually less worried about how much I write up, as I’m hoping to run it mostly off the rails, it’s the actual execution of play that worries me.
If the group don’t take it seriously and actually let the game get inside their heads, I’m going to be rather disappointed as they will miss the brilliant craftsmanship to this thing I’ve created.
Everyone knows of a hilarious fun-times campaign. But it’s not often that you play one that really sinks in your skin. One that you, and your characters, will remember for a long time.
Well, fingers crossed.
Now back to google!