Thursday, October 28, 2004


My sister is cooking my tea today 'cos I'm too lazy.

As Tony the Tiger would say:

She's Grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrreat!!

Things that ROCK!!!

(in no particular order:)

  1. Marillion, especially the "Clutching at Straws" album, with Fish
  2. Mozilla Firefox
  3. Blogs Generally
  4. The A-Team
  5. My Ibanez JS-100 Electric Guitar
  6. My Boss GT6 Effects Pedal
  7. Coffee
  8. Women (not that I have great experience of them, but...)
  9. Admiring them from a distance... (also known as staring open mouthed... lol)
  10. God
  11. Motorbikes
  12. Baileys
  13. Anti-Perspirant
  14. Hobbits ;-)
  15. Friends
  16. Long Guitar Solos That I Can't Play But I Would Love To
  17. Chocolate
  18. Chocolate
  19. Chocolate
  20. Chocolate
  21. Cheesecake
  22. Blueberry Muffins
  23. Lasagne
  24. Pasta
  25. Chicken
  26. Pizza (mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm... feel hungry now, gnawing at the desk....)
  27. Ice-Cream (almost ANY flavour)
  28. Night-time
  29. Snogging (just about remember that one... :-( )
  30. Gabapentin 300mg Capsules

That's it. But Not Definitively.


Tuesday, October 26, 2004

Autobots Rule!!!


Just had to say it!!


My Second Childhood... :-)

It's great!!

Tonight I registered on ebay, and straightaway went to the toys section.

I should explain that I used to be OBSESSED by the amazing manly toys known as TRANSFORMERS. Every little lad worth his salt would know and love these icons of thrill and enjoyment., as they watched glued to the screen every saturday morning. Oh the memories, it takes me back....

Little Jm in his pj's, glad to be rid of school for another week, and settling into the conforting warmth of another kick-ass fight between Megatron and his evil bunch of clueless Decepticons, and Optimus prime and his (increasingly) wise and prepared Autobots...

Well... I used to have nearly every single Transformer, but had to give them away under duress by my Mum and Dad when I was 13... Little did they know how crucial they were to my development as a kid, how the Autobots taught me right and wrong, standing up for the good, showing mercy, and also how to seriously kick a bad guys butt... ;-)

I guess they were forcing me to grow up, they were worried I was still too childish at 13...

Part of me wishes they'd left me to them!! Ah well... now I can start building up my collection again, and at some fairly cheap prices too!!

It's gonna be a good week....


(I is smilin...)


Monday, October 25, 2004

Journeys!! :-)

I'm off to Winchester on Friday, I'm going to see one of my mates from my Uni days...

Went to her wedding two years (ish) ago, an haven't been down since!! lol

Figured it was time to get back in touch, and the crazy thing is, her and her husband agreed!!

(now that's scary...)


Sunday, October 24, 2004


I'm a bit perplexed tonight, by something someone said at church tonight...

I was preaching tonight on the sixth commandment, and afterwards someone shook my hand and said 'I didn't understand some of your sermon, but it was good'...

This provoked MANY questions for me afterwards when I got home...

1. If you didn't understand it how do you know it was good?

2. How can 'do not murder' be too intellectual?

3. Is the word 'precept' too hard to understand, even if I explained what it meant??

4. If I'm really unintelligble in a sermon, WHY did you let me carry on and waste your time on a Sunday night?

I know they were tryin to be helpful, but it really wasn't...


One I definitely don't have is patience!

Ok, so I haven't posted for ages, as well as having a browser problem, (see below) I haven't been well. For those of you who can't read... (actually why bother typing this if you can't read?! - Surreal thought)

Well ok then...

For those of you who hadn't realised, I have M.S. (Multiple Schlerosis is the 'official' title) The last month, I went for my usual check-up, and I'd had a sore back and was feeling a bit 'under the weather' as we brits say...

Well... apparently it was a bit more than that. Apparently I'd had a small 'relapse', and my sore back was the result of plaque ('scar tissue') building up on my spine, and not muscular as I thought. Also, I had been having hesitancy problems going to the loo, but I just thought 'hey ho, not drinking enough water, little infection'...

Wrong again.

My bladder is not receiving the right signals from my brain, (apparently a common problem with MS sufferers) with the result that I don't go as often as I should. After a bladder scan (a bit like an ultrasound, jelly an all) the nurse told me I had 200 ml of urine in my bladder and I should be feeling the need to go!!


Normally not going as much as u used doesn't sound like a huge problem, but in my case, apparently if I don't empty my bladder enough, there'a risk the urine could go back into my kidneys and cause damage....


So.... to cut a long story short, I'm on a new drug called Gabapentin to help my inflamation problem, and am drinking lot's of water an cranberry juice for my other one...

So, the moral of the story is... If you're an MS patient, NEVER go for a 'routine' check-up, otherwise you might get more than you bargained for....

Yours Druggedly...

I'm BACK!!!

I've had a problem with my browser for a while, finally solved it by getting Mozilla Firefox... What a WONDERFUL invention!!

Will be posting soon, LOADS has happenned in the last few weeks, and I'll tell all who want to know about it tommorrow...

I'm sooooooo pleased to be back!!


Friday, October 15, 2004

lol I love this one, it made me giggle!!
Posted by Hello

Saturday, October 09, 2004


I am.




I've not posted for a while... I've not been very well, worse luck. I'm on new tablets now, and they're making me VERY drowsy during the day, which means I'm tired at night, but not sleepy!!