My Funny Mummy's Blog – October 2012 Archive (3)

Come Fly With Me

I must have done something good in a past life (I am far too cynical and selfish for it to be due to anything I've done in this one) because, THANK THE LORD, The Poop slept for around three hours of the four we were in flight. Now, before I get stuck into today's moan, hear this - I'm glad she slept. I'm grateful she slept. I understand that it could have been a damned sight worse. But.

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Added by My Funny Mummy on October 28, 2012 at 6:01pm — No Comments

Stuck Record

My musical tastes are fairly eclectic.

In the right mood, I can enjoy Frank Sinatra, Green Day, Aqua. I know certain Disney soundtracks off by heart (the cool ones, not just The Little Mermaid) and I am more than happy for my Micra to screech onto Morrisons car park with Joe Dolce blaring. Gilbert O'Sullivan, Spice Girls, Queen, Dizzee Rascal, June Carter Cash, T'Pau; if it's one of those days, they're all fair game.

Yet never, ever, have I felt the urge to belt out the theme tune…

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Added by My Funny Mummy on October 8, 2012 at 4:26pm — No Comments

Betty's Birthday

Betty is one year old.
And I, unsurprisingly, am not at my target post natal weight. Bloody Domino's.
On the plus side, there has been a notable improvement on the condition of my genitals when compared with this time last year (my undercarriage now in fine fettle - incontinence and raging haemorrhoids aside - thanks for asking.)
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Added by My Funny Mummy on October 3, 2012 at 5:44pm — No Comments

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