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Wheeeeee! And, GIP.

So, Patrick got me a trampoline for Christmas. One of those little aerobic ones, not a vast one on which I could somersault (alas). Anyway, he brought it over to my parents' house for Christmas, but since then, I haven't had a chance to collect it, what with not being able to drive. But! On Sunday, P and I went over for dinner in the car, and took the trampoline back. And yesterday I put it together.

Well. Let's just say not too much work got done for a while, because I went bouncing crazy.

Seriously, it is so much fun. You can bounce higher than you'd think on it, and because I am short and our ceilings are high, there's still a good foot or so between my head and the plaster. So I bounced away for ages, and it was great. But today I feel a bit achy in my back and tummy and shoulders - not, one would think, the muscles which were most strained by my antics. But I fear these aches must be related to my bouncing, because Lord knows I didn't do much other exercise yesterday.

Oh, and continuing my attempts to master the highly pixilated world of Photostudio, here's a new icon for when I'm pissed off. It can be friends with one of cangetmad's icons, which is by the same artist and shows a fictional character playing my icon's fictional character in a film. Phew!

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yiskah
Feb. 17th, 2004 06:35 am (UTC)
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Ewwwwwwwwwwwwww. Yet another thing to put me off having children! (The last thing to put me off was glitzfrau's revelation that all the cartlidge in your body softens during pregnancy...)
stellanova
Feb. 17th, 2004 07:06 am (UTC)
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And then there's the fact that you also stop shedding hair, so by the end you've got a hideous mane. I shed about a handful a day, and always have, and I still have insanely thick hair, so I would look like Cousin It by the end of the nine months.

And yet, I still want to have kids some day....
daegaer
Feb. 17th, 2004 07:22 am (UTC)
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I would quite like the non-shedding bit, as I have thin miserly hair. I'm not so sure that getting pregnant might be the ideal solution though! Maybe I'll just get some hair-thickening shampoo. :-)
yiskah
Feb. 17th, 2004 09:30 am (UTC)
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Oh, and your colouring can totally change, too! My mother's hair went about two shades darker, and her skin two shades lighter. (Hey, is that what happened to Michael Jackson?)

I do not want to have kids, though I assure you it's for less trivial reasons than these!

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