Archives for Month: August 2011

I’ve been listening to Deeper Water by Bayonets For Legs recently. Bayonets For Legs is an Australian indie band. I really like indie bands, and I really like a lot of Australian bands. The sad thing is that their great music isn’t often recognised on a global scale, and somehow I feel like they should be bigger – a heck of a lot bigger. Bands like Powderfinger and You Am I definitely got out there, […]

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I know I’ve been getting you guys to vote for me at About.me – which I appreciate so much – but the other day I thought it would be wise to read the terms and conditions, and I am not eligible because I don’t live in the US. 😞 I did actually read the terms and conditions a few times before I realised this, but I didn’t read it in detail. 🙁 It’s a shame […]

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Thank you to all of you who have voted for me so far in the About.me competition, please continue voting, it’s just one click a day. ♥️

This morning I was in such a rush that I forgot to brush my teeth, which was fucking embarrassing. I think that I’ve only (genuinely) forgotten to do that one other time. The other time was in high school, when I had to make a beeline for […]

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Last week I was selected for a photoshoot and I was hoping to be able to purchase some good photos out of that. Today I went to view the photos with my mum. I have to say, we were a little disappointed. There were about 50 photos, which were very good photos, I’ll admit, but I guess we didn’t totally love them. Given that they were professionally done, I guess we didn’t like certain bits […]

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The title of this post already makes me squirm. But it starts with my illness. Coryl pointed out in my previous post that she could never talk about her digestive system or menstruation the way I did. Well, I didn’t think I was being too open with that, haha. Anyway, after taking Fleet (I think its name graciously speaks for itself), it completely flushed out my system indeed. I will try not to be […]

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I used to be freaked out at the fact that ten metres of intestine could actually fit in… in there. In my stomach. I suppose as I got more bloated over the past few days with my full colon problem, it became more believable.

To be honest, the past few days I have been feeling really miserable. Up until this afternoon I had periods where I just cried really hard and wouldn’t stop for […]

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I suppose I’ve been feeling better. I went to the doctor on Tuesday morning and I’m… I’m alright, really. Apart from the fact that my colon and bowels are completely full of shit (literally). This full colon business is driving me insane. I’ve been put on excessive fibre/laxatives to clean me out, thank goodness I don’t need a colonoscopy (at this stage, my doctor said). She did, however, say that I should fix my high […]

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I still feel like total crap. I never do this, but today I ate comfort food. I suck. I never do this… honestly. If I feel crap the last thing I want to do is eat. But well, I ate jelly beans.

When I went to buy a ticket early this morning at the train station so I could use it to go to work later, the ticket machine ate my money. Yeah, I […]

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I decided to go to the doctor yesterday. Well, it was really my mother’s suggestion. My day consisted of a rather dull trip to university, a wonderful guest lecture with photographer Emma White, an exhilarating stair climb, an odd phone call, a quiet break, an appointment, and a sweaty trip home.

I made a friend in my class, and I realised we have one unusual thing in common: our hair. I didn’t think anyone else […]

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This morning I was watching The Morning Show while I was ironing clothes. Often there isn’t anything better to do, and I kind of enjoy watching lifestyle shows that mention things I can relate to. The only thing I don’t like are the crazy infomercials which are constantly repeated. I tend to think they’re a scam most of the time.

This morning they had a segment on chronic complainers. I won’t name names, but I […]

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