karalianne is a Level 31 Health Monther
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karalianne, in the Orange Bracket, played Tuesday February, 12th for 48 points, following 66% of her 6 rules. She lost 2 life points for missing the following: write at least 2,000 words every day, stay under my recommended daily calories at least 4 days a week. Her public review of the day was…
I cleaned up the living room! It was enough of a difference that my husband commented on it when he got home tonight, which is fantastic as he doesn’t always notice stuff like that.
Thank you all for helping me regain some life points!
karalianne needs fruit, badly.
-1 · 2,148 pts
I lost 2 life points because of the following things…
Some days are just so busy… and it’s HAAAARD to stay under my recommended calories when I’m trying to get all my snacking out of the way before Lent! (It starts Wednesday. I’m giving up potato chips and chocolate. And doing other stuff, but that’s what’s pertinent here.)
MaryAnn sent 4 pieces of fruit.
medras sent 6 pieces of fruit.
Elfu sent 2 pieces of fruit.
griffon sent 2 pieces of fruit.
Bridget sent 6 pieces of fruit.
AmyCL sent 2 pieces of fruit.
An anonymous player sent 4 pieces of fruit.
SylvieF sent 2 pieces of fruit.
Becky Kristensen sent 6 pieces of fruit with this note:
top you up! :)
MaryAnn sent 4 pieces of fruit with this note:
Here, have some more. They’re small.
karalianne, in the Orange Bracket, played Monday February, 11th for 36 points, following 33% of her 6 rules. She lost 4 life points for missing the following: floss every day, write at least 2,000 words every day, stay under my recommended daily calories at least 4 days a week, read a book for at least 30 minutes 4 days a week. Her public review of the day was…
No more melatonin for this girl. Woke up wicked early, had a horrible dream with guns and people dying and stuff (at least it was more like a movie than something I was in)… just not worth it for me.
And I have nothing else to say about today. I went to aquacize and enjoyed it. Working on work stuff and got a later deadline for both projects that had been due today simply because I contacted the person who sends me the stuff and asked some questions about the bigger thing and she said I could get it to her sometime tomorrow since she won’t be able to look at it until Wednesday anyway and the other one arrived way early so I could have until the 25 if I needed it. So yay?
That’s today. Yup.
Oh, also, blowing snow. Driveway. Poor husband.
karalianne, in the Orange Bracket, played Saturday February, 9th for 73 points, following 83% of her 6 rules. She lost 1 life point for missing the following: floss every day. Her public review of the day was…
I am really tired and I don’t know why.
Had writing group this afternoon. It was a good time. I got a bunch of editing done and started “pre-writing” for a novel I want to finish. Basically, I’m writing out the plot ahead of time so that when I’m writing the book I’m just filling in the details. I thought it might make it easier; fell in love with writing from a detailed “outline” when I was rewriting all those fairy tales in November.
Also, the woman with the faker web site took it down yesterday and put it back up today. She is acting like a child and someone needs to teach her a lesson.
karalianne, in the Orange Bracket, played Friday February, 8th for 60 points, following 83% of her 6 rules. She lost 1 life point for missing the following: write at least 2,000 words every day. Her public review of the day was…
A decent Friday. Got the report that was due today done and sent in early afternoon; followed that by doing the Sunday leaflet and sending that.
TAAProject fiasco has (so far) been mostly sorted; the offending site and blog have been removed, though the associated Facebook Page is still up (all comments deleted, even the nice ones). We’ll see what happens with that, there are a lot of details I can’t really talk about (yet).
Was talking with a friend this morning about my writing, and she told me that my disability books (all of them) are important and I should definitely finish them and get them published somehow. Encouragement to be sure, this is a person whose opinion matters to me and who I trust when she says my voice is important and that I am a good writer, though she’s really only read my blog posts. Renewed purpose, there.
Serena Ryder is having a contest for people to send her videos of them singing the harmony for her song “Please Baby Please” and then they might get to sing with her in concert. She’s not coming to Saskatoon this tour, just Regina, but I could go down there probably. There are already entries posted on YouTube, and I’m probably twice the age of most of the girls who’re entering. (I’m like four or five years older than Serena.) Also, I don’t really sing in the style that the background singer does on the album. And I don’t know the part because I tend to make up my own harmonies for everything. And my favourite song is “Baby Come Back” so I’d kind of rather sing that one, you know? But that’s not what the contest is. So I don’t know if I’m going to enter. I love to sing, but I just don’t know that it’s worth entering this contest. I am probably going to pull out my guitar and make some videos of me singing songs I wrote, though. That I’m fine with. I need to think about the contest.
And, um, yah, I guess that’s where I’m at right now.
karalianne, in the Orange Bracket, played Thursday February, 7th for 72 points, following 71% of her 7 rules. She lost 2 life points for missing the following: write at least 2,000 words every day, take care of your hair at least 10 minutes 6 days a week. Her public review of the day was…
Cleaned piggy cages today.
No word yet on the situation with TAAProject etc. but I’ll let you all know when it’s resolved.
And that’s about it. I have a Batman in my lap and he’s peed on me twice and seems to want to go back to his cage. Plus it’s bedtime so I think I’m going to return him to his home, feed all four boys, and get myself to bed.
karalianne, in the Orange Bracket, played Wednesday February, 6th for 139 points, following 83% of her 6 rules. She lost 1 life point for missing the following: write at least 2,000 words every day. Her public review of the day was…
Shoveled the walk go me! :)
Got all involved in dealing with an unethical person. Name is Jennifer Zalzal and she made a site called the Autism Acceptance Project, on which she has all info from parents and professionals but nothing from autistic people. On top of that, there’s already The Autism Acceptance Project (TAAProject), which was founded in Canada in 2005 and incorporated in 2006. And she knew about it and wrote about how her thing is different from TAAProject (that info has been taken down because we called her out on it). And then she lied to the Director of TAAProject and said that she didn’t know about TAAProject. AND she keeps talking about how it’s all her own original content, when that’s not the issue. The issue (I mean, aside from the content being ableist as hell and really negative about autism and all focused on professionals and parents rather than actual autistic people) is that she stole another organization’s name. So I’ve been posting about that on Tumblr and tweeting at her and got blocked from posting on her Facebook Page (that one excites me, not gonna lie). Hm. Haven’t done anything on Google+ yet. I think I’ll go there next.
Oh, also did housework and got some work done, the usual. :)
karalianne, in the Orange Bracket, played Tuesday February, 5th for 93 points, following 100% of her 6 rules. She didn't lose any life points and therefore got 1 piece of fruit for the hard work. Her public review of the day was…
Today was a good day, except I hate Word more than ever. It makes my life so difficult. sigh
Shoveled the steps and the porch this morning. Felt good to do that. I might do the sidewalk tomorrow.
Tried a new recipe for dinner and it was really good! Definitely going to make it again. It’s called “Olive Raisin Rice” from allrecipes.com if you want to check it out. (Has ground beef in it so not an option for those who don’t eat meat, I guess.)
Batman drank 300mL of water in five days. Weigh-in is on Thursday. If he’s lost again I am definitely taking him to the vet, because I’m worried he’s got stones or diabetes now. (Water is helpful for both situations.) If it’s stones I want him to get surgery ASAP while he’s still at a healthy weight and doing well overall. Thinking about having him neutered at the same time if he does need surgery, since then I can have him help female rescue pigs get used to being around piggies and people, not just males. (Trying to find a positive in every negative!)
karalianne, in the Orange Bracket, played Monday February, 4th for 88 points, following 100% of her 6 rules. She didn't lose any life points and therefore got 1 piece of fruit for the hard work. Her public review of the day was…
Today was a good day!
We started well by sleeping in, but we did get out the door and listened to more of David Eddings’ Tamuli Trilogy on our way into the city. I got to the Civic Centre in time and enjoyed my aquacize class. :)
I spent the afternoon at the library as my friend canceled, and I was able to make headway on both reports I have due soon. Then groceries and home after stopping at the town library to pick up a hold.
Quiet evening. Planning to get out for a walk tomorrow morning as it’s supposed to be really warm for the next little while.
karalianne, in the Orange Bracket, played Sunday February, 3rd for 70 points, following 71% of her 7 rules. She lost 2 life points for missing the following: floss every day, write at least 2,000 words every day. Her public review of the day was…
We didn’t make it to church this morning – time was just totally against us somehow.
We’re watching Life on Mars now, the UK version.
I have planned out all of our meals for the next week, which I am really proud of myself for managing. Now I just have to get the grocery list ironed out tomorrow afternoon and then get everything at the store. Yay! :)
I’m looking forward to aquacize tomorrow morning, too. I really enjoy it.