Life as a reformed Zookeeper. Now living a life as a working mother who dabbles in karate, scrapbooking, and Coors Light!

Friday, March 21, 2008

Am Very Bad Girl...

...but I feel a bit better. Had a can of diet Cherry Coke this morning and two Mountain Dews for lunch at O'Charley's. According to the urologist, and I already knew this to be true, drinking caffienated beverages is like pouring gasoline on the fire when you have irritation in that general vicinity. I'm sure that there are so many reasons that diet Coke is bad for you, but I sure do miss it in the vast quantities of my pre-I'm-in-back-pain-hell life. And you know that if I'm attempting to give up diet Coke and the occasional Mountain Dew (I really hate diet Pepsi), that I'm in pain.

...the other problem that has resulted from the pain is that the 4 ibuprofen three times a day is starting to do damage to my stomach. So I've switched to Tylenol for today. Which of course does nothing for me.

....Moving along....Collin is doing his first karate tournament tomorrow. Am way excited for him. Sad that I can't participate right along with him, but am excited to be able to sit back and hopefully take some pictures and cheer him on, along with the other people of my school who are participating. The best part of the whole thing is that my momma is coming up to see it. I am happy to be able to spend the day with her and get the momma hug that I so need right now.

...Happy Easter to everyone. Sunday should find us at Aaron's parents' house. And I will have to make sure to save room on the camera to get a picture of the little princess in her Easter dress. Grandma took her shopping and got a very cute pink dress for her. Am so looking forward to seeing her in it! Too bad I can't do hair, or she'd look completely like a princess. The poor girl with the defunct mother. I think the powers that be made a mistake when they made me a girl instead of a boy.


Blogger Judy in Indiana said...

Maybe the ability to do hair skipped a generation in your family. Crafting skipped a generation in mine, my Mom has NO ability to even cut and paste. Her mom quilted and cooked and sewed and all the stuff but she got none of those skills.

This means your grand daughters will be done up cute as a bug by Erin.

Hope you found your Porch Fairy surprise.

6:32 PM

Blogger Judy in Indiana said...

Maybe you need a spankin'?

9:17 AM

Blogger Jules said...

Happy Easter Steph! I hope you're feeling better.

9:26 AM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey, anybody in Steph's blogging world want a guinea pig? I have 4 I need to find homes for - 3 babies and a mommy :-) Just thought I'd throw that out there b/c I'm desperate...


Alaina (Steph's sister-in-law)

10:27 AM


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