Ok, I apologize for the lack of bloggage. What can I say – after seven years as of April of doing blogs, I needed a bit of a break. But I’m back. I think. Well, at least for now.
What’s happened thus far. Lots to do with the cats. Man, I love my freaks. Look at these adorable angels.
And of course, don’t forget the geckos. I usually show pics of the infamous Peanut, but here’s Zim (just prior to Pinky eating him):
Christmas was awesome. Jan came over to my place for a few days. She’s so cute. We had an amazing time. I’d show pictures but I guess I didn’t take any. My bad. I’ll make up for it with these. You’re welcome:
Oh wait, my bestie, Vyctor:
He looks like he’s on an angle. Well, he was “happy and having fun” on Christmas Eve. Without me – in the hangar with his plane friends.
Mike’s parent’s got me the coolest thing as one of my Christmas pressies. Check out this totally cool gecko statue (which Peanut checked out by hopping on its head:
So, my Christmas was so perfect! I wish I could have said the same for New Year’s. Unfortunately, I got a really bad bug and was super sick starting around 6:00pm. Mike and I regularly checked hospital wait times, as I became so horribly dehydrated throughout the night that all of my muscles went into very painful spasms then I started hallucinating. I was so determined not to sit in a waiting room for countless hours, when I could hurl in the comfort of my home, so I refused to go. It got really scary though….After over 12 hours over being continuously sick, it finally settled. I think my kidneys started to shut down as I didn’t tinkle for two days and when I did, it wasn’t pretty. Let’s leave it at that. Yes, I should have gone to the hospital but I’m as stubborn as they come. Sorry Mike and Jan. I love you guys. Tee Hee. On a bright note, I decided that once I was able to eat again (it took over five days to actually ingest anything substantial) that we “should” have nachos for dinner. Over a week later, my dream became a reality:
I’m a little embarrassed to say it but we finished the whole bag of chips and jar of cheese that night. I gained about 78 lbs but it was totally worth it!
On the subject of food, I wanted to show Mike that I could be all domesticated and stuff (barf) so I made him this lovely tuna casserole tonight:
I always made it for my mother when she came to visit me in Windsor (while attending university for my Criminology and Psychology degree). It’s so yummy and simple. Stay tuned, I’ll send the recipe soon. Seriously folks, it’s yummola. And easy. And yummola.
One more thing on “food” before I sign off. I was looking something up the other day (location of where I was going that day) and saw something kinda funny. You know how Google Earth blurs out all faces they catch on camera? Well, there’s clearly no discrimination when it comes to what types of faces:
Tee hee! Poor Colonel Sanders.
So life is good. Mind you, it would be a tad better if the weather was decent this weekend and I could go for a flight. Whateves.
Today’s symptoms: Felt pretty decent for the first time in over a week. Still fairly weak from that stupid bug though. I’ll be better tomorrow…I’ll be dancing the jig like I have all the energy in the world.