Still chugin along and not smokin' / weather depressing though / seems a long time 'till next summer
Confession Good for the Soul
Ummm yeah the country split bread is so yummy - over $3 a loaf though when the homebrand is under $2 ... why they make all the healthier food options more expensive in this country I will never know. I eventually went to my lecture Wed. night afterall. Decided I don't care about if the person teaching no-likes men and important thing is to go. Had a wee nicotine slip-up Thur. but back on straight and narrow path now and enjoying a relaxing Sat. morning here in Paradise City. Those crusaders won again last night and I'm winning lotto tonight so it might be an excellent weekend overall despite a little rain today. Well my soul is cleansed now I've confessed to my slip up.
The Country is Split
Another beautiful Wednesday in the Pounamu Paradise. Haven't made it to the Wharenui pool yet but intend to. Might have to skip my lecture this arvo and garden cause tomorrow we are getting our rain they say on metservice site. Felt like a smoke this morning but had an extra pieca toast instead. Felt like six extra toast really - I've got that 'Country Split' bread just now: expensive but tastes great and not so 'heavy' in the tummy.
Pounamu Paradise Lives On
It's still paradise-like here; I thought Winter was coming in a couple of weeks ago but it's autumnal-bliss at the moment. Bit of an aftershock yesterday so I've told the Lord to brush his act up. No ciggy-slipups in recent days. I hate one of my lecturers though. She seams to hate anyone male. Ah, maybe it's my fault????? I've not been driven back to the coggys though - which is what's important. I'm going to be writing a screenplay with another person from the QUIT blog, probably about 2013, so I guess the academy award won't be 'till around 2015/16. In the meantime I've another essay to do. I've decided to pull my finger out and go to the indoor pool a couple of times a week. It's a bit expensive but the water is toooooooooooo cold at the beach in te wai pounamu from April and I want to attack that wee puku i've developed. It's awful busy around this neighbourhood right now (Riccarton Upper) cause with a lot of the central city closed shoppers and pub goers are coming out this way. My neighbour has the Dixie Chicks song 'not ready to make nice' bleering out so loud i can make out every word. He's enjoying another day in Paradise toooooooooooooooo I guess.
A weekend in Paradise now
It's a beautiful afternoon, and my essay is finished. Had an extra long walk with Millydog. I've decided to issue a fatwah on quakes ... it's sort of like a monotorium (no more) so as soon as the good Lord gets my email no doubt he'll put it into action --- we got off lightly compared to Japan though. Is anybody going to any rugby world cup games I wonder.
Just another day
Another day in paradise (@ canterbury) and another day overeating but smoking NOT :)
I was able to get some new patches and gum though unfortunately the pharmacy gave me the flavour I don't like and the smaller patches. I will not be going back to that pharmacy; but on a happier note I enjoyed getting the week twelve tips, and the rain has stopped here after being very heavy overnight :)
Supplies of Patches and Gum
Please send m' order SOON quit guys 'cause i'm nearly out an freakin'
Fooled Mr R
Well, the moon or something fooled Mr R 'cause we never had the biggy quake he predicted 2day. Meantime I'm keepin' on keepin' on. I was thinking of stealing a car so Millydog and I could clear off for a few days but I didn't fancy a nice policeman having to lock me up.
i'm keeping on 'keeping on' but i sware one more bad aftershock and i just don't know. oh for some sweet sleep uninterrupted.