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All Blog Posts Tagged 'mabel' (2)

The Celeb Factor

If you don't know this already, I'm hopeless with pop culture. Here is my list of admissions/confessions:



- I don't own an i-POD, MP3, and don't really know what a PVR does. And is Blu-ray just a fancy DVD?



- Despite my older children being ages nine, eight, and six, I have never seen an episode of Hannah Montana, heard a Jonas Brothers song or seen a High School Musical movie;





- I wouldn't know Adam Lambert if he sang a tribute to me;





- I… Continue

Added by Julie Cole on March 30, 2009 at 11:10am — No Comments

Observations From the Sick Bed

A week of battling illness has provided the opportunity to make some observations:







1) Very strange and seemingly unconnected symptoms occur as the result of pregnancy. In my case, a simple head cold morphed into a serious sinus infection. Apparently pregnancy and sinuses are connected. This is strange to me because last I checked my sinuses are really far away from my uterus. My sinus infection made me feel like someone took me out back and beat the living daylights out… Continue

Added by Julie Cole on March 9, 2009 at 10:48am — No Comments

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