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Oldies Support Thread # 8 Late Oct 04

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#26 SLJ

Posted 31 October 2004 - 04:22 PM

HI all

Still no signs of anything either way here. I wish AF would just appear and get it over and done with.....I know not the usual thing you here in this sort of forum.  :confuse:

Ok gripe over.....
Minni - There is nothing I can say, that can even come close to helping, so please know my thoughts are with you.
JB - sorry to hear of the hospital experience with Analeise, it is always so hard to see a child in pain and feel so helpless, I'm sure she will up and around very soon.


#27 Mergie

Posted 31 October 2004 - 04:29 PM

Minni - I hope you and your family are feeling a little better.  It is such an emotional time. I'm thinking of you all.

JB - Gee sounds like you had a terrible time of it.  Poor Analeise, I hope she's feeling a little better now.

I feel like I've been in the 2ww for a week already and I won't be testing for another fortnight!!! I had strong "o" pains on Friday.  I was stressing thinking don't tell me I'm only just O'ing now!!! it was supposed to happen Wednesday. Can I just say... I hate the bl##dy 2ww with a passion!!!!!!

Hope everyone else is well.

How's little Gabrielle going??

Take care

ME 42
DH 41
DS born 23/11/02 (Clomid Baby)
TTC#2 Sept 03
M/C 24/11/03 8 weeks
6 Clomid cycles all failed.

ICI #1 Sep '04 BFN
O/I #1 Oct '04 BFN
O/I #2 Nov '04

#28 wishingstar

Posted 31 October 2004 - 07:13 PM

Just a quick fly by to see how all are doing.  Got the preg blood test tomorrow morning and trying to stay positive, although thinking the worse (of course).  Best friend keeps saying to be positive, which is all well and good for her, having 2 wonderful pregnancies without a hint of help!  How do you ladies keep positive thoughts when time after time the BFN comes.  Looking for some help here girls!  sorry, on a bit of a downer as Im not looking forward to the news tomorrow.

#29 kit4keeps

Posted 01 November 2004 - 01:10 AM

Hi everyone,

Minni- My thoughts are with you and I am so sorry that this has happened to you and your DH.

JB- I am glad that the op is over and that your DD is now home and on the mend. It sounds like she had a shocking time of it and it must have been so hard to watch her go through it all as a mother. Hopefully now though she will not have any more problems and you won't have to see her in pain again.

Kim- Just want to wish you all the best, as I know anytime now could be it for you! Good luck and let us all know the news when you can.

Wishingstar- I have my fingers crossed that your test comes back with a BFP for you.

Well I had my scan a day early due to some bleeding and some awful lefthand side pain. I was so scared I was going to lose another baby again. But on the screen was a big baby and a healthy heartbeat. The pain turned out to be from a cyst on the left ovary. I can't describe the relief I felt seeing that everything was ok. The baby is actually due the 6th of June and not the 11th, so I got the bonus of skipping a few days..lol

EDD 06/06/05

#30 Guest_Ink-u-b8tr_*

Posted 01 November 2004 - 07:12 AM

It's from the absolute lows to the highest of highs this week for some of us gals this week.  Sue, I had a little cry for you -  I just can't imagine what you must be going through, it's all just <b>SO</b> bloody unfair.  And then Mazee, another cry (was reading the postings backwards) for you too girl, some happy tears this time.  

And all the girls others going through their own trials around now:

Kit, glad the bleeding was nothing major.  Scary stuff.

Wishing Star - ikky horrid pessaries are the norm with IUI I think.  I did a couple of rounds with the buggers - so not a negative sign. Fingers crossed for you, perhaps you'll let us know today?  

JB - I did send through those positives vibes for ya as requested, hope you got them load and clear.  

Gummybear - I hear ya on the non-drinking thing!  I reckon I'm healthier at 36 than I was at 18 due to the whole no-alcohol-in-the-system thing.  Champers followed by Scotch for the birth I reckon!

Mergie - hope the bonking went well! (in more ways than one.. hee hee).  I guess you'll still be at it for a couple days, so all the best - hope those little guys swim like Thorpie - or Hacket depending on how far they have to go....

Guesty - go to bed.  Now.  

Hope everyone else is doing ok.

Me?  - all's well, feeling so bad for Sue that I'm going to make sure I take way more time to appreciate my pregnancy - not that I take any of it for granted though!  Belly's nice and big now, felt Ziggy moving lots, then freak out when I don't...  DH hasn't felt anything yet though, even though I wake him up at odd hours and make him feel my belly!  I'm not booked in to any hospital yet, nor have any real prenatal care as we are moving soon - so a bit worried that I'm not doing the right things.  eeeek.  

hugs to you all, especially big ones for Sue and Mazee.

- Tracy.

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#31 tess69

Posted 01 November 2004 - 03:54 PM

Hi Everyone,
I've found that I can join quite a few talks in here, older mums, country mums, large families....lol.
I never considered myself 'old', but when you've got a country town full of young girls having babies, I'm the closest thing to a dinosaur!!
Looking forward to chatting with you all, especially any predjudices anyone has had being a 'mature' woman having a baby. My Mum was 47 when she had me and she would be considered 'young' nowadays!!!

EDD 9/7/2005

#32 wishingstar

Posted 01 November 2004 - 09:12 PM

BFN for me.  Been crying all afternoon.  Taking day off work tomorrow coz I feel so exhausted from all the tears.  Not sure where to go from here.  probably have a break and then try, try, try again.  heres hoping you are all more successful this month than me.

#33 Guest_Ink-u-b8tr_*

Posted 02 November 2004 - 08:14 PM

I'm so sorry for you Wishingstar.  You take all the time you need, and cry all the tears that you need to. Taking a break is good - getting off those drugs for a while will give your girly hormones a fresh start for next time.  

Welcome Tess, and you're absolutely right - 35 aint old at all!!


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#34 guesty

Posted 02 November 2004 - 10:40 PM

Hi All,

Sue I am so sorry for your loss.  I dont know what to say.  Take care of yourself

Mergie wishing everything was timed right for you good luck with the 2WW.

JB hope all is well with Analeise and she is recovering well.

Kit Glad your scan went well.

Tracy good luck with the rest of your pregnancy.

Tess Welcom you are not old at 35.

Wishingstar so sorry to hear about your BFN you pamper yourself and hoping it wont be long before you get your BFP.

Well on my front, just been feeling really off today quite a lot of nausea. Anyway I am going in tomorrow at 7:30am.  Still havent decided on a name.  I just want to wish everyone all the very best and I will update when I get back home.


DD Alex 07.02.03
#2 EDD 03.11.04 by C/S

#35 Snagglepussed

Posted 03 November 2004 - 12:40 AM

Wishingstar! So sorry to hear that you got a damn BFN!

Tess - come on in and join us oldies too!
We are a strange mixed up mob!

Have heard from mazeee and Gabrielee is doing well. D'KH is still up his old tricks but sounds like she's put her cards on teh table and will play no more Mrs Nice Guy! :eg:

Happy Melbourne Cup Day to all!


Rebecca Jade - 18/07/01
Little Titch - due 17/11/2004

#36 Mergie

Posted 03 November 2004 - 11:51 AM

Wishingstar - I'm sorry about your BFN.  You deserve to cry and much as you want.  I hope you are feeling a little better today, thinking of you.

Tess - Welcome, you made me laugh with the dinosaur theory.  You will get a ton of support in here.

Guesty - By now you're probably cradling your little bubs in your arms.  A big Congrats to you all.  Looking forward to the update.

Kim - Did no good in the Melbourne Cup, never mind.  Thanks for the update on Mazee although I got a little mad about D'KH, I'm glad she's putting her foot down.

JB - How's Analeise going?

Kit - Great news about the scan.  I can imagine how scarey that must have been.

Tracy - I just love the feeling of your baby moving inside you, it really is an amazing process isn't it?  About time you thought of a hospital my dear!! I'd be freaking out if it was me, but then I'm such a
panic merchant.

Sue - thinking of you.

Mazee - How's little Gabrielle going?

Me - Having heaps of pains, cramping, etc.  I've rushed off to the toilet a number of times to check but AF isn't due for another 9 days so I'm not sure what this is all about.  Quietly hoping its implantation cramps!!!

Hi to anyone I've missed, hope all's well with the  world for everyone.

Take care

ME 42
DH 41
DS born 23/11/02 (Clomid Baby)
TTC#2 Sept 03
M/C 24/11/03 8 weeks
6 Clomid cycles all failed.

ICI #1 Sep '04 BFN
O/I #1 Oct '04 BFN
O/I #2 Nov '04

#37 Jahbee

Posted 03 November 2004 - 08:25 PM

Hi Girlies,
Wishingstar sorry to hear of your negative.  They are all hard but i found the hardest one ever was my 1st negative with assisted conception, its just such a shock it doesn't work!  You think there are no more tears then more fall again.  Hope you can pick yourself up and try again soon.

MINNI, how are you doing?  I imagine you are going up and down at the moment, you have to move thru so many stages of grief and acceptance don't you.  Hope you are ok.

SEAHORSE.  I meant to reply and say thanks for the photo but i've been flat out with my patient.  Thanks it was super to see you Neighbour!!!

MERGIE, fingers crossed for you, i hope they are implantation cramps for you, you never know eh.

GIROLAMA gosh not much longer to go!!  Good luck.
GUESTY good luck to you too.

MAZEE, hope you are adjusting to being a mum and resting when you should.

TESS, welcome aboard.  35 is very young to me as I'm 41!

TRACEY & STELLA, glad to hear all is well with your pregnancies.

MAMADOM, how are you lovie?  Are you feeling more confident now you are past 13 weeks?  I am guessing you will need your hand held all this pregnancy, very understandable.

KIT, glad to read your scan went well, what a relief.

SUSAN (SLJ) what's happening over you way?

Phew, hope i have covered everyone.

1 week since Analeise had her tonsils out and she is starting to improve, she should be back to new in a week.  All the Sydney rellies are decending on us today & tomorrow.  Oh God i thought it was next week!!! Here for a wedding on Sat so now ive got to play ladies tomorrow.  Oh and don't you love it i am ovulating around now, love bonking with guests staying NOT.  Not that it would make any difference if we did or didn't but like tattslotto you've got to be in it to win it.  Had 3 friends announce pregnancies in the last week, happy for them but it hurts sometimes you know.  Counted up we have been ttc for no 2 20 months now.  SIGH, and it took 27 for # 1.

Have a lot going on in my head at the moment.  Its decision time.  I am looking at asking for a package (well actually i have asked about the possibility) or taking my long service leave half pay for 6 months as I just can't keep doing IVF, working full time with a toddler, i am burnt out this year, but damm it i'm afraid to make a decision.  Tell me what to do!!!  Take the long service or the package!!!  I think i am getting my head around not having a # 2, then some weeks i go NO i am not ready to give in.
Anyway enough waffling!
Busy with the rellios staying the next 6 days.

TTC No 1 27 months<BR>5 m/c's,<BR>3 PGD Stim IVF's  
Analeise Christine born 23/11/02

TTC No 2 since April 03
IVF PGD Stims 4 & 5
IVF STIM #6, Aug 04
IVF FET # 7, Nov 04
The 2 lone Ranger Frosties Live on to be transferred another day wink.giforiginal.gif

#38 tess69

Posted 04 November 2004 - 12:23 PM

Thankyou for the warm welcome ladies!! You are the only people I have told, well apart from the DH who was quietly convinced I was 'up the duff' (as he so elegantly puts it) long before I tested. We're keeping this one quiet for a few months.
Not many symptoms, sore boobs and tired is about it, but with a 1yo running about getting into everything, thats hardly suprising!
A lady in our little country town recently had a baby boy, and she's in her late 40's. My friends 10yo daughter, when hearing the lady was pregnant earleir in the year, was saying how disgusted she was that a lady HER AGE would have another baby!!! She has a 16 yo in High School!!! People over 25 shouldn't think about having kids, she reckoned. We enthused with her sarcastically 'till I mentioned that I was 34 when I had my daughter, and there was 12 years between her and her oldest brother, and then her mother chimed in about her sister-in-law who was expecting again at 36. She then said, "oh yeah" and changed the subject!!
What will she say when we tell her I'll be 36 before this one is born! I'm sure the world weary 10 yo will simply shake her head and say..."grown ups, go figure".

EDD 9/7/2005

#39 minni

Posted 05 November 2004 - 07:40 AM

Welcome Tess. I was 36 when I had my last little Miss and my older two just dote on her. They were 16 and 12 at the time of her birth. Of course DS15 now torments the hell out of her but you get that with brothers and sisters hey?
I am 39 at the moment and the kids were devastated when I lost this one - especially my DS.

Thanks everyone for your wonderful thoughts.
I have good days and bad days and days that have every emotion under the sun in them. I have copied and pasted your wishes into a Word document to put in my baby's keepsake box. I have also done a scrapbook page with the u/s photo. The journalling was very therapeutic. Well my wonderful DH told me last night that he has put in for another week's holiday to spend time with me (I knew I loved him for a reason).
Physically, I'm not doing so well. I now have an infection and the OB said that if it hasn't cleared by next week then he'll have to do another D&C. Fingers crossed the infection goes.

Well take care everyone.

DD Hoping to make it to 3
Angel baby 26/10/04

#40 Chrissy38

Posted 05 November 2004 - 08:07 AM

Good Morning Ladies,

Thanks you for the laugh Tess - my husband is very proud that he has "knocked me up" - so you are not on your own there. And thanks to you and Sue I am feeling better about the 13 year age gap that will be between DS & this little one.

Kit Glad your scan went well - hoping for mine over thenext fortnight - just for some reassurance that it is all actually happening

To everyone hope you all have a great weekend.


DH 39
DS 13
EDD 01/06/05

#41 SportySpice

Posted 05 November 2004 - 06:41 PM

Hiya Ladies

Here's an update from this week...... (and Kim - can you put that pic of the Gabster on here please that you did for the Nov group - I'm so hopeless at that stuff).

DK'H has moved out - well I sort of threw him out as Melb Cup and drinking was more important than his 10 day old daughter...... just the usual.

Wednesday I had the vet come to my home to give Wally her last breath before she left us.  I was craddling her head in my hands and he administered her pain relief and her head went heavy and she gave one final breath, she just seemed so relieved, and I just balled my eyes out soo long and hard and held her for the final time.

Miss Gabby has been a bit of a ratbag with her eating and sleeping - she's a little bit Greedy - which just happens to be the DK'H's nickname - truly - anyway - all times of day and night the Miss wants the boob - and what she wants she gets!

One day at a time around here.  DK'H has been around and we're talking but it's hard at night on my own and for all the S&^^%t that goes on - I just want to be a family so very very much.  She is just so precious and deserves a mummy and daddy - even if he's an idiot at times - I just have to try a different training tactic with him.

So there you have it - sending you all huge hugs and cuddles and I'll be back in a few days time.

And Kim - good jobbie on the pic for me - and of course that earns you special red wine and extra special champers!

Much love

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#42 Mergie

Posted 05 November 2004 - 07:44 PM

Mazee - Great to hear from you, can't wait to see the photo of the Gabster LOL.  You are such a brave person to be going through so much on your own at the moment.  I'm hopeful D'KH will get his sh#t together for you and Gab's sake. I know how hard it is when you first bring your baby home, you don't deserve the added grief of KH and his stupid behaviour. Thinking of you.

Hi to everyone else, this is just a quick 'drive by', I got the results of my Progesterone BT today, the level is 106 which the Dr is very happy about, now all I need is for DH swimmers and my eggie to have met and wham, hopefully it's a BFP for me next week.

Take care everyone

ME 42
DH 41
DS born 23/11/02 (Clomid Baby)
TTC#2 Sept 03
M/C 24/11/03 8 weeks
6 Clomid cycles all failed.

ICI #1 Sep '04 BFN
O/I #1 Oct '04 BFN
O/I #2 Nov '04

#43 Moop

Posted 05 November 2004 - 10:24 PM

Hi everyone I am 38 but really don't feel much over 28 ... what is age anyway.???

Funny my DH only just said to me today "you'll be 39 next birthday wont you?" ummm yer. For some reason that made me feel old.

Lucky at that moment I turned to my beautiful DS and he smiled at me.. I don't feel old (or should i say older)at all.

Take Care
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Doop = Troy Dad of Boop
Boop = Baby Liam 020604
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#44 SLJ

Posted 06 November 2004 - 02:51 PM

Hi All.

Sorry haven't had much chance to check in lately, busy season at work, I will try and keep up..... wink.gif

So much happens when you miss a couple of days...

Sue hope all fixes itself soon, without the D&C.

Mazee hope D'KH comes to his senses soon, and relises what he is missing out on.

Mergie Loads of luck for next week.

As for me....well looks like something might be starting to happen....at last.
Have had the implant out for 3 weeks, with no signs of AF, until this morning. Had severe cramps, much worse than before the implant, and now have what appears to be the start of AF.  :mad:
Still this is not such a bad thing, at least I know now that my body is doing what it should be....and I can start tracking what is happening.   original.gif

Welcome to all the newcomers.
Moop I know what you mean about not feeling 'old', at  almost 36, I am healthier, happier, and more settled than I ever was in my 20's' I wouldn't swap my 30's for another age. (so far)  

Fingers crossed for everyone.  


#45 Gummybear

Posted 06 November 2004 - 04:59 PM

Hello everyone just a quck pop in
Hope you are hanging in there minni, I think the scrapbook idea was wonderful, I hope your infection clears up too
So sorry wishingstar on your neg will be keeping fingers croosed for you on the next cycle

Mergie good luck with the swimmers!! its sounding promising have got it all crossed foryou

Mazzee Geez wot a couple of weeks youve had maybe the vet shoulda gave DKH a jab too!! one day he'll realize what hes missed out on, sometimes you could just kick them fair up the coit couldnt ya hopefully he'll get it together for you cant wait ti see a pic of little Gabster  you take care girl!

and a big welcome to all the new girls!!!

Jb glad to hear DD is on the mend she'll be running you off your feet soon Im not sure what you mean by the package does that mean leaving your job?  maybe take the service leave and see how u feel after that good luck with the rellies!!

Gesty any news it must of pooped out by now

And a big hi to all I missed I sem to loose alot of post so I go as quick as I can A quick update with me Just had my second scan and was looking forward to finding out what it is but the little bugger had other ideas everytime  she went to have a look up went the knees!! and covered up well just had to give up in the end!!! lol otherwise all is good it was so kewl to see the heart functioning an the other organs and even put a fist in its mouth ( probable to stop from laughing) it looks like a baby now not like a mozzie lavae anyway better go  have a good weekend everyone
Bye P

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#46 SportySpice

Posted 08 November 2004 - 10:32 AM

Hi Ladies

Well - it's certainly been happening around here!  The Gabster has been a treat this a.m. - and I'm here today with my Nanny - who is 15 wks preggers and I'm showing her this terrific site!

Gabster is getting bigger and eating like a true champion.  Sleep patterns are still a bit out of whack but she's going really well.

DK'H has been around quite a bit and has stayed a couple of nights - I think he's realising how precious this time really is - and even though my big bro and SIL are "shouting" my nanny (coz DK'H is a KH) he's not sure about the whole idea and has just come by this morning to "check her out".  She's great - a lovely Italian girl - 29yo - sort of a wonderfully soft Effie........ I don't think she'll mind me saying that - and being a wog myself - we sort of think the same about interfering Mother's in law (well mine isn't a MIL but whatever!)

So - things are moving slowly I guess in the right direction, but it's still early days with the DK'H.  Gabby is just so beautiful and I wonder sometimes what I did without her in my life.

As for putting a pic on - I'm hopeless at that - Kim - if she's not giving birth - will probably help me out there - but there is a pic of her in the "what month are you due" November Group Thread 39 (I think) on the first or second page.....)

Gotta get moving again and get some house work done with the Nanny - and then a sleep this arvo!

Thanks for all the wishes and I'm hoping that things will be on the improve.

Love and hugs to you all....

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#47 Mergie

Posted 09 November 2004 - 09:55 AM

Morning All

Mazeee - what a thoughtful and much needed gesture, your family sounds great!!  I checked out the photo of Gabrielle, she is adorable!! it made me so, so clucky.

Gummybear - what an exciting time for you, will you have another scan to find out the sex?

SLJ - I hope your cramps have subsided a little. I'm with you and Moop, I'm 42 and feel 32, I suppose it's because I've played netball most of my life and still play the odd game although the youngies just about kill me with all their dashing about!!

Moop - Welcome to you!!

JB - How's everything your end?

Minni - Your DH sounds perfect, you deserve a good spoil. I hope your infection has cleared and you won't need another D & C.

Kim - where are you? how are you?

Only 3 more sleeps until AF is due, slight cramping now but nowhere near as heavy as last week.  Boobs aren't sore and no real pg symptons so I'm getting a little disheartened about it all.  Oh well, we know soon enough.

Take care everyone and Hi to anyone I've missed.

ME 42
DH 41
DS born 23/11/02 (Clomid Baby)
TTC#2 Sept 03
M/C 24/11/03 8 weeks
6 Clomid cycles all failed.

ICI #1 Sep '04 BFN
O/I #1 Oct '04 BFN
O/I #2 Nov '04

#48 Janel

Posted 09 November 2004 - 01:05 PM

Hi Girls

It has been awhile but I hope you don’t mind if I poke my ugly head in here again.

Mergie – all my fingers and toes are crossed for you. GOOD LUCK.

Mazeee – what a beautiful girl you have there. Gabrielle is gorgeous!  Sounds like everything is going smoothly in that department.  I hope DK’H gets his act together for everyone’s sake but if he doesn’t I’m positive you two strong girls will do wonderfully well without him.

Sue – I’m so sorry for your loss.  Words are just not enough….. hugs to you.

Guesty – I assume you have had bub by now.  Hope everything went smoothly.  Can’t wait to see some pics.

Kim – Are we congratulating you yet????

JB – hope Analeise is on the improve and the relatives are not too much of a handful.  Oh JB more big decisions for you.  I only work 2 days a week and that is just to pay for all the bloody IVF costs (GRRRRRR!).  Just think what we could be doing with all that money…  Anyway back to the point.  You are an amazing person to be able to cope with fulltime work, a toddler and IVF. No wonder it is getting you down.  2 days is enough for me. I considered upgrading to 3 days but decided against it.  Now you know I can’t tell you what to do …… but if you can manage to go part-time I think that would be a good balance.  For me working part-time gives you adult contact and keeps the brain thinking about something other that making babies.  Don’t know about you but since I started IVF I find it so much harder to make a decision about anything! – another side affect of this whole process.  Good luck with the decision making.   Any plans for the Lone Rangers yet???

Wishing star – sorry you got a BFN.  Hope you are feeling a little better as each day passes.

As for me - I have had a month of TTC but IVF stim cycle 7 has started.  Will have my first scan on Sunday and hopefully start the injections.

To all the mums cooking up little bubs take care of your precious bundles.  To all the TTCers may this be your month to graduate.  And to everyone else I hope you are well.


Jane - 38
DH - 46
DD - 14/08/01
TTC#2 - May 2002
6 Cycles AIH - all failed
6 Cycles IVF - all failed
6 Cycles FET - all failed
IVF No. 7  - Nov 2004

#49 SportySpice

Posted 12 November 2004 - 10:10 AM

Welcome all newbies!

Just been catching up here and again there is that rollercoaster the TTC's are on.... my heart and thoughts are with you all at this time.......

The Gabster is now weighing in at a good 3.05kg!  Has grown 3cm and is looking the goods!

Things are moving ok with the DK'H (that's Darling Knuckle Head for all the newbies).  We're still going one day at a time, but he seems to be getting better - but then again - during the week he usually is - it is after all, Friday today...... I'm not sure how the w'end will unfold.......

Gabs and I are headed to Bondi for lunch today with my work buddies - she's being inducted into the Events Team - how cute is that?????

We had a bit of a restless night last night - up from 1am to 4.30am - she just wouldn't settle, fed, cleaned, cuddled...... and she has a terrific set of lungs......... what a howl!!!  Anyway - she has settled more this morning and is having a bit of a relax with the nanny while I catch up here and get some paper work done.....

I'll be back in another couple of days - take care all, lots of big cuddles to all,
M & Gabster.............xxx

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#50 SLJ

Posted 12 November 2004 - 04:39 PM

Hi all

Well, AF has been and gone, so now I know the body is functioning again. I can now start trying track what is happening. So here we go.......

Mergie - I finally gave up netball a couple of years back, the knees just couldn't take it anymore, well more precisely I got sick of the pain after the game. The final straw came one night after chasing a kid a third my age up and down the court!! I make do with the gym now.

Mazeee - Good to hear everything is going well.

I am heading into a period at work where it will be very busy, with horendously early starts sad.gif
and long days, so I will drop in when I can, and try and keep up with all the news.

Good Luck to all those patiently waiting at the moment.

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