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Postby A_Corner_Of_The_Earth » Wed Aug 22, 2007 7:30 pm

Hey Kate,

I'll be doing my own hair. I'm going to do big tumble curls with my GHD.

I'll be taking my camera, whenever I head out I usually take it with me and become snap happy. I'll see how they turn out, if I'm too intoxicated :oops: :oops: in them I'll email instead lol.

My special friend (SF) hasn't had any sleep overs yet lol not without trying lol as I'm still kinda dating the PT. Juggling dates is becoming a handful but I have more fun with SF. Though the ex is still hassling and giving me problems :twisted: and I don't want to rush into anything. You know the circumstances.

I used to read the ex's Zoo and Ralph mags, but I was talking about porn porno mags :D. I went into a censored shop to buy it (can I just say: nasty :lol: ).

It was a genuine Mexican Restaurant. It was really yummy. I love Mexican food too. The ex hated it (called it peasant food) so we never ate it.

I won't be able to breast feed. As they have to cut the whole nipple off and reposition it. I am fine with that as I wasn't breast feed when I was a baby and I came up perfectly fine :wink:
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Postby kate_turner2000 » Wed Aug 22, 2007 9:43 pm

hey jen :)

i was also bottle fed and look at me! i reckon i mustve been a guts!

peasant food?! what the!!! its sooo yum!!

let us know how the night goes with the SF :) ill be thinking about you!!! definately want to see photos- try to sneak one of the SF ;)
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Postby A_Corner_Of_The_Earth » Thu Aug 23, 2007 9:22 pm

I agree with you Kate, Mexican food is sooooo yummy.

Of course I'll get a pic with SF. I'll email them to you so you can have a looksee :lol:
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Postby milkyway » Thu Aug 23, 2007 10:57 pm

I lurve lurve lurve Mexican food. yum yum. Now you've given me a hankering for something spicy and cheesy :P

Have fun this weekend with SF, Jen. Be sure to update us ... :wink:
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Postby A_Corner_Of_The_Earth » Fri Aug 24, 2007 5:03 pm

Either that time of the month is coming up or this gloomy weather is really getting to me...all I feel like doing is eating comfort food :x :x :cry: :cry:


It could possible be all the late nights I've been having and struggling to get up early to exercise. I didn't go for my morning run this morning and I feel like CraP now. It's amazing how exercise energises and makes me feel good. I'm going to aim to do a good solid 2 hours of exercise in half an hours time :wink: .

SF and I were going to go out for dinner, he rang me earlier to let me know of the change of plans- he's going to cook me dinner instead...ohhhhh....he asked me my favourite dessert, I was going to respond cheesecake but ended up saying fruit salad instead lol.

Well apart from feeling all yucky and bloated I managed to get the tickets for the concert and book an appointment at Brazilian Touch for the morning - I can already feel the pain. The things we women do for beauty hahaha.
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Postby kate_turner2000 » Fri Aug 24, 2007 5:09 pm

LOL do i really want to know what they do at brazillian touch? lol. are you doing it for you or for SF? ;)

im sure once you get some exercise in you will feel great and energised for tonights meal. sometimes its nice to have someone cook for you instead of going out. im trying to con a cooked meal out of my parents tomorrow night lol.

do you know what SF is cooking you?
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Postby milkyway » Fri Aug 24, 2007 5:13 pm

That is some restraint you're showing there sista - fruit salad for desert?

Make sure you don't wear yourself out too much this afternoon with your exercise... maybe there will be some more later this evening :P But then again, maybe you should wait until after that Brazilian Touch appointment... ;)

Just teasing!!!
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Postby A_Corner_Of_The_Earth » Fri Aug 24, 2007 5:36 pm

You girls make me laugh :D :D :D . Love it, I'm cackling to myself.

They do other waxing as well :D . Kate it's all for ME. I hate hair, cannot stand it, I get my legs, arms, eyebrows and downstairs waxed off lol.


Sandra, as you can see I'm still loitering about and the very same thought crossed my mind - do I really want to wear myself out? Yes I do. The exercise will make me feel good. And I want to look good tonight, I've already picked out my outfit : A midnight blue raw silk dress from Cue. Ohh I'm getting all excited now :P :P

Kate I agree with you, it is nice to get a home cooked meal by someone else. Nope I don't know what SF is cooking for me, its a surprise. I've been given strict instructions to be there by 8 pm. I will post tomorrow what SF has cooked for me.

Ok now I'm really going to get off the blower and get my butt moving and shaking hhahahahah :lol: :lol:
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Postby sassi » Fri Aug 24, 2007 5:48 pm

ooohhh....you're game to have all the waxing done if it's coming up for totm - i reckon it's really painful around then :lol:

that's so nice that SF is cooking for you :) (i've been trying to keep track of the story but haven't been able to post cos i've been busy at work lol).

i know exactly what you mean about exercise making you feel good - i lurrrve those endorphins!

have a great time tonight :)
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Postby Ally » Sun Aug 26, 2007 9:05 am

*wipes tears from eyes* please excuse me while I finish wiping my eyes.....wow Jen I Have to say you are one brave chickey getting all that lot done!! I am a whimp when it comes to just getting eyebrows turned into something half decent....LOL...I cry like a big baby...they are used to me now!! :lol: :lol:

I am guessing by now that the planned exercise, sexercise and dinner have taken place??? I hope you had fun with all three and that your night was a lovely success!!
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Postby A_Corner_Of_The_Earth » Mon Aug 27, 2007 11:49 am

Good Morning Ladies :)

Just taking a quick time out from worky, well procrastinating :D I just don't feel like doing work even though the phone won't stop ringing and I've got a desk piled up with work that I have to tackle.

As to my weekend - I went way overboard with food consumption and alcohol :oops: I got very intoxicated on Saturday :shock: :oops: but good times were had :wink: .

Friday night SF went all out with dinner :D. A three course meal: Entree was stuffed olive leaves and stuffed mushrooms, main meal was baby potatoes, asparagus with a cream cheese sauce and a small piece of rump stake. Dessert was fruit salad with custard. The man can cook (he loves it) it was delicious, I was so full afterwards, it was so much yummier than going out to eat. I also indulged in a couple of glasses of wine :wink:

The work do was out of control :lol: . It was an open bar and I have to confess that I had more of a liquid meal, I can't recall what was served or if I even ate it to be truthful :oops: :oops: :oops: . My boss did put on quite a bash, and everyone let their hair down and partied up, it was better than our chrissy party last year :D. I've got lots of drunken photos of me and everyone else. I haven't been able to upload them on my computer at home yet but when I do I might post one if I don't appear to sloshed hehehe :P .

Ally - I'm used to the waxing as I've been waxing since I was 16. Legs, arms and eyebrows doesn't hurt at all and I don't get it done all at the same time. Because I've been waxing for so many years I don't have to get it done every 4-6 weeks, but at the beginning boy did it hurt. I would leave the salon wiping my tears. But I'm so glad mum gave me the option of waxing or nothing at all. My girlfriend has to shave every morning and the shaving rash doesn't look to nice.

Yes I did have 3 lovely nights and they were all a huge success :D

Sassi - I do agree with you waxing close to TTOM is a little bit painful, especially in delicate regions but a girls got to do what a girls got to do lol.

Ok I'm going to stop procrastinating and get back to work. It’s taken me close to 40 minutes just to write this as I’ve had 3 calls to deal with. Ah I can’t wait till my short break in November.

Have a good day everyone :D
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Postby kate_turner2000 » Mon Aug 27, 2007 12:20 pm

hey jen glad to hear that you had a lovely weekend. sounds like one to remember... if you can... thats for sure lol. looking forward to seeing some pics you can email me the sloshed ones if ya want. and i wanna see pics of SF too. sounds like he cooked you a yummy meal :) now get back to work missy!!! those JT tickets aint going to pay for themselves lol
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Postby milkyway » Mon Aug 27, 2007 12:23 pm

Hey Jen - your weekend sounds like so much fun. It's been ages since I had a bit of frivolity like your work bash! I hope you weren't feeling too seedy and sore yesterday.

SF sounds like he was really out to impress you :D

I hope you manage to get on top of all your work today...
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