Monthly Archives: March 2012

After my depressing blog post a few hours ago, I started to clean the house. And I found these two fortune cookie messages I’d saved. Thanks, Chinese restaurant down the street! Yes, we will solve climate change – by looking … Continue reading

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Seriously, Victoria?!

I was going to write a post complaining about how awful recovering from tonsil surgery is, but I’ve been depressed about something even worse than that this week. So I’ll spare you the gory details about how tonsil scabs form … Continue reading

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Goodbye Tonsils… I Won’t Miss You

Tomorrow at 10am, I’m checking in to the hospital down the road and getting my tonsils out. For those of you who know me well, you’ll recognise the enormity of this occasion. Why? Because tonsillitis has defined a large part … Continue reading

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