Kaiti's Blog – September 2012 Archive (3)

My Knight in Dirty Work Boots

Being that I have been suffering from the lovely depressive side of Bipolar lately, I tend to get very emotional about the people I love. Especially: My husband or as I refer to him as my "Knight in Dirty Work Boots" being that he is a Plumber and all, work boots are his "armor." Unless you want to call all the pipes and tools and works with his armor, so be it. …

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Added by Kaiti on September 28, 2012 at 3:02pm — No Comments

Lack of Drugs=Crazy Chick

I haven't written in awhile. Been in a bit of a funk. This whole not being on medication thing is starting to come crashing down. I've been debating on self-medicating. If I didn't hate being hungover or have severe heartburn issues, I would totally become an alcoholic. Well, OK... probably not. The one thing I have always prided myself on was not self-medicating. Yes, I went through my pot smoking adolescent phase and became a serious…

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Added by Kaiti on September 23, 2012 at 11:18am — No Comments

Four Wheelin' Fool

Mason's 1st Birthday party was a SUCCESS!!! Yippee! It was such a perfect day, nice breeze, not to hot, just perfect. Everything came out great. The Very Hungry Caterpillar theme was a H-I-T HIT! I can't wait until the pictures are done so I can post them. 

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Added by Kaiti on September 2, 2012 at 2:07pm — No Comments

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