Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Some random berry thoughts!

Blackberry, strawberry, blueberry, raspberry, cranberry!

Berry! Anymore berries?

(Halle Berry is NOT a berry!)

I have a blackberry. It's a cell phone. You can't eat it. :-(

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Monday, April 27, 2009

Slightly losing my mind in this under- stimulating classroom.

Again, in this classroom which seems nothing like a classroom since the teacher isn't teaching and I, the student, am not learning.
But I have to be here! For 2 more hours! Ugh! 2 hours of unnecessary reading. Unfortunately, I won't be able to challenge the course. I was missing 5% on the last lesson. So I am going to be stick in this boring hell of a class. Please... Be with me!

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Monday, April 20, 2009

First day in school.

I am finishing up a few credits to officially get my high school diploma.

Today is my first day. Since it's adult high school, you are given a text book to read and questions to answer. Honestly it is quite boring!

I would be just as productive if I were home and much more comfortable in my pajamas!
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Friday, April 17, 2009

A ride on the bus.

I am on the bus right now, going through downtown. I just spent a few hours with my ever so controlling sister. Well, it ended in a quarrel. Too bad. I was having a lot of fun with her!

I'm going back home right now. I just love seeing the people of this city walking about. Some of them, I can almost imagine what they are thinking. The rest seem to just mindlessly go about their business without a second thought.

Later gators!
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Mobile posting.

Since I have unlimited email from my blackberry I can now post from my phone.
Kind of difficult on the eyes and thumbs but its fun!
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Family, Why it's a chore sometimes.

I am the oldest of 4 siblings ( I have another younger sister whom I barely ever see.). No one makes me feel more loved, happy and fulfilled than my family. But no one makes me more sad, angry or disappointed. I am sure every family has their differences. Here, I will explain mine.

I am 20, pregnant, single, have no college or university education (yet), unemployed and I was quite the trouble maker in my days.

My sister is 17, about to finish high school and has a long term boyfriend (whom, for the most part, I just cannot stand). She is an over achiever and aside for a constant nasty attitude and putting herself above others (constantly) she is quite the golden child.

My brother, 16, is a skateboarder/ SK8er (whatever), thinks he does nothing wrong (Naturally... I mean he IS 16) and he, also, aside for a "I am better than you" attitude, is quite an angel.

My youngest brother, 15, is the baby of this family. For the most part he is the most enjoyable to be with aside for the fact that, sometimes, will do EVERYTHING and ANYTHING just to get on your last nerve.

My mother is quite young herself (40), she is in University working on her Master's degree full time, has 2 part- time jobs and does everything she can to keep this family happy. My sister gets her over- achieve-ness from her. I got her more chill out side (Thank God for that! And I am not even religious)!

Then we got my step father. A teenager at heart. And he loooooves to argue,converse etc... He will start a conversation and try (and mostly succeed) at proving and/or making a point. A conversation can last hours with him. And most of the time, you get angry in the end...

So put all these people under one roof and try to have a peaceful evening. Impossible. Luckily, my sister is at her boyfriend most of the time and we don't have to deal with her attitude so much. Plus I enjoy her company much more when I miss her. Sometimes I really do like being with her. But then she comes home and demands all the attention and starts complaining about how hectic her life is (and stuff).

Then you get my brother. He is home more often than my sister bu barely. He is always skateboarding somewhere. When he comes home he eats enough to feed half our family and hogs the TV playing his Skate 2 on PS3. He doesn't seems to care that everyone gets a fair share of the food. As long as he is satisfied and that no one complains about it (and that we let him play his darned video game without complaining)then he's pretty much happy. Until time comes for me to remind everyone (when mom isn't here) that there is our daily chore to do. The evening goes to crap right then and there.

Finally you get baby- brother. Half the time it's great to have him around. He'll come home give me a hug and go on the computer, play a video game (not o much anymore) or do his homework. On bad days he'll make too much unnecessary noises just to get on someone's nerves... Honestly I don't understand it at all.

If I get in a quarrel with any of my siblings, they will make sure to remind me of my past and how much of a "loser" I am for being in my situation. It's difficult to think that the people who love you the most are also the people who can hurt you the most.

Family is full of dreadful moments that make a day, week, month drag on. But more often than not I am lucky to have the good ones.

I am immensely grateful for my mother with whom I have an amazing relationship. She makes it worthwhile. Most of the time

Monday, April 13, 2009

21 weeks Along and I finally got a good book!

If there is one thing anyone should know about me it's that I adore, and I really mean that, reading. It's my favorite pastime. I can't go over a week without reading something. But lately, since I am a HUGE Twilight fan it's been more difficult to find something I could REALLY sink into.

I have a very specific taste for books. I will go to Chapters (the one on Rideau Street is the best) and go straight upstairs to the teen fiction section. Now, I know I am 20 years old and all but teen fiction just really works for me. When I read It's mostly to escape reality. And I can REALLY do that with teen fiction. So I (well my mom got it for me actually) got the first book of the House of Night by P.C. Cast and Kristin Cast, Marked, on Thursday.

I had been wanting to get that book for a while but I just never had the opportunity.And since the book was less than 10$ (Canadian) my dear mother had no problem getting it for me! What a sweetie! I felt really spoiled. I didn't get to start reading the book until Saturday. And I really was surprised to find that in barely 3 hours I had read over half the book. So I decided to put it down and go socialize with my BFF Sean and totally destroy is @$$ at Mario Kart Wii.

But the book was always, constantly in the back of my mind. Which is a good thing. When a book is really good, I become attached to it and if it isn't finished, I can only think of doing just that. Reading. It's weird, I can't understand it myself. The book becomes a person (kinda) in itself. Ok, I know I sound psycho...Sorry.

On a different note, my pregnancy is going great! Baby Knox (his name until I feel it's not right) is starting to become much stronger and more active. And I abolutely LOVE it. It's amazing knowing that those sensations in your abdomen are made by a person. A person you just can't help but adore. I can't wait to meet him! I am 21 weeks and 3 days today. Tomorrow I have an OB/GYN appointment and I can't wait to hear his heartbeat again!!! Now i have to remember and jot down all the questions I have for my Doctor.

This is me at 20 weeks:

This is one of the outfits I have for baby Knox

That's all for now...