May 9, 2009

More stuff about Me

1 My son just had his haircut and I asked him to get in the car and he did. Then he said "Mummy I listened" (see previous post titled "That's his excuse"). I love this so much and I love that he looks so damn handsome with his haircut.

2 During school drop off this morning, Miss T (aged 4) wore her farm boots, her yellow long Dora the Explorer dress, her purple fairy wings, her pink headband and her grubby face. And I couldn't care less. And I'm sure I spotted The Perfect Mother and her perfect princess looking down their noses.

3 When my kids say "what the" (when amazed about something) or OH MY GOD, I secretly smirk even though it annoys the crap out of the hubbster.

4 The only time I will wear tight jeans is when my butt looks hot, which it doesn't right now because I need to lose 5 kilos. Any other time, tight clothes shit me big time.

5 In terms of hours, minutes and seconds, I hate to think how much time I spend on the computer. And it pisses me when the hubbster calls me the facebook queen, because ACTUALLY I only check status updates about 6 times a day, and I work on my blog WAY more than I'm on facebook...

6 My guilty pleasure (apart from the obvious) is sitting at 4.30pm with a glass of wine, The Bold and the Beautiful, the hubbster at work and the kids trashing the bedroom.

8 Sometimes when the hubbster and all three kids are talking to me at the same time, I feel like I am going to implode, not unlike the baboon in the movie "The Fly". Although I don't think he imploded but rather turned inside out, which is also how I feel..

9 Every day I still get excited checking our post office box and how many eggs we get from our chooks. If there's an egg, I'm like "Yippee I'm a farmer!"

10 I had encephalitis when I was in 4th grade, and can still to this day remember the pain from a lumber puncture performed by an inadequate doctor who had me screaming in pain and waking all the babies in maternity.


Ching Ya said...

Well, sure is quite alot of information here. ^^

It's good to live outside the city, and enjoy the country sometimes. The hustle and bustle in the city just drives you nuts. Thank you for sharing your story with us. See you around.

Farmers Wifey said...

It's so peaceful here, you are right about getting away from it all! Thanks for visiting!