Skip to main content

Dial-up!


We're all moved in. It went ok, but with a few hitches. I'm sure with a little time and touches of our own it will start to feel more like our home.


We forgot to call the phone company to let them know we need the line to be DSL ready so now we have to wait 5 days for a high speed connection. I only have dial-up right now and I'm already wanting to throw the damn computer out the window! As you can imagine, I won't be online too often until I have a faster connection!

Comments

Đắng Cay said…
Hiện nay làm trắng da toàn thân dược chị em phái đẹp quan tâm tới ngày nay ban có thể thực hiện tại nhà với chia sểNhững cách làm trắng da toàn thân hiệu quả nhất
Da mặt tráng hồng niềm ao ước của nhiều người. Đặc biệt là các chị em phụ nữ cùng tìm hiểuNhững cách làm trắng da mặt hiệu quả hiện nay
Da vùng mắt của bạn bị nhăn hãy cùng tìm hiểuBí quyết chống nhăn vùng mắt hiệu quả tại nhà
Kem chống nắng mỹ phẩm không thể thiêu cho các chị em phụ nữ. Vậy sử dụng kem chống nắng như thế nào cho đúng cách tìm hiểuCách sử dụng kem chống nắng đúng cách hiệu quả nhất
Đẹp da bằng dầu dừa luôn là sự lựa chọn nhiều chị em phụ nữ tìm hiểuCách làm đẹp trắng da mặt bằng dầu dừa
Mật ong sản phẩm làm đẹp thiên nhiên ban tặng cùng tìm hiêuCách làm trắng dưỡng da toàn thân bằng mật ong
Sữa non tắm trắng luôn là sự lựa chọn nhiều người. Tìm hiểuTắm trắng bằng sữa non tắm trắng tại nhà
tìm hiểu Tác dụng và cách chọn mua nước hoa hồng
Làm hồng nhũ hoa luôn là sự lựa chọn cho các chị em tìm hiểu vềCách làm hồng nhũ hoa bằng những phương pháp đơn giản tại nhà
Chứng rụng tóc hay xảy ra chị em phụ nữ làm bạn có mái tóc không dược như ý. Hãy cùng chúng tôi tìm hiểuCách trị rụng tóc hiệu quả bằng phương pháp dân gian
Mái tóc óng mượt niềm ao ước của nhiều người. Cùng tìm hiểu vèCách dưỡng tóc bằng dầu dừa hiệu quả tại nhà
Tăng cường sinh lý nam trong giai đoạn tuổi trung niên điều mà các nam nhi hay mắc phải cần quan tâm nhất. Tìm hiểuBí quyết làm tăng cường sinh lý nam hiệu quả

Popular posts from this blog

Fight Club for Five Year Olds - Part 2

The other mother and I went into the school to meet with the teacher and the assistant head.  We both let them know how upset we were that we were not informed that our children were sent to the office and how much we were against the children being allowed to play fighting games on the playground.  I told them I wouldn't allow it at home and I'm really unhappy that it's being allowed at school.  They admitted it was a problem and explained that they are planning to introduce a a scheme to teach the children to play in a safe way.  They will be calling it 'Super Hero Training'.  They plan to give out capes & masks out to children who behave well as rewards at playtime.  They will have assemblies where they will teach the children to play fighting games without making contact.  I find this to be absurd.  The problem has gone on to long and I doubt they will be able to teach little children to change their games when they have sixty other children to look after o…

Feeling the rain

After I worked out today, I went into the kitchen for a bottle of water and saw the pouring rain out my patio door.  There are few times I can think of wanting to feel the rain more. Without a thought, I went out and stood in the rain.  English rain is cold, but today it felt incredible.  I live in a very public place, but in that kind of weather there was wasn't a soul in sight.  I thought about twirling, but the grown up in me squashed the notion. What I did do though was close my eyes and raise my chin toward the sky to let the rain fall on my face.  In my mind I slowed it all down and took it in.  I swear in those few moments I felt every drop. I've always loved the rain.  I  love the sound of it and like to open the windows and listen to it while drifting off to sleep on stormy nights.  Even as a child I would love to go out and play in. When I got older, I found it sensual and and dreamed of romantic moments that would play out under dark clouds, surrounded by grey tone…

Scary stuff

A few weeks ago, I found a lump in my breast.  I was in the shower.  I thought I felt something, but my first reaction was to not let my mind go there so I quickly moved on.  A few minutes later, I checked again and confirmed it was indeed a lump.  I finished my shower (and my day) trying not to think too much about it.  That night I asked my husband to see what he thought.  We went to the doctor the very next morning.
In short, the doctor referred me to a specialist and told me I'd get an appointment in the mail.  About a week later, I saw the specialist who referred me for more tests.  I had a mammogram on Monday and today I have an ultrasound.  Scary stuff right?
Because we never know when the appointments are going to be, my husband can't plan for it and arrange to be with me.  I've had to see the specialist and have the tests on my own.  This is one of the worst things about living in a foreign country - when my husband can't be there, I am left with no-one else …