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A little Q and A

July 16th, 2014 by Carrie, the Just Mildly Medicated gal

I was over on The Wheelchair Mommy and I saw this Q and A and thought I would play along.

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WHAT AM I…

Making:

My laundry pile disappear…

Cooking:

Tortilla Soup

Drinking:

Water, water, and some more water

Oh and smoothies, my favorite is Vanilla Almond Milk, Strawberries, a few blueberries and banana

I Instagrammed that awesomeness… (yep go follow me on Instagram)

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Wanting:

The call that Canine Partners for Life has my Service Dog!

Looking:

A smoothie, I totally got up and made one ;)

Playing:

I am embarrassed to say when the kids give me space and I am not engrossed in reading I do play Sims

Wasting:

Umm, clearly time playing Sims when I should be writing…

Wishing:

did I mention a service dog…

Enjoying:

My sons swim meets. I love being outside in the sun, I’m a Florida girl at heart.

I will say it requires some major hydration and my husband is always with me, heat and Dysautonomia are not compatible.

Waiting:

for prescriptions to be ready for pick up… duh

Reading:

I actually am not in love with the trilogy I am reading now so I won’t name it, I am going to see it through to the end.  I just finished Every Last One by Anne Quindelin and cried and am looking forward to reading City of Heavenly Fire (The Mortal Instruments, #6) by Cassandra Clare.

Liking:

My new 31 Bag that fits all of my daily IV stuff and is much cuter than a black hospital back pack. You’ll here all about it soon!

Wondering:

Where the Army will send us next, am I moving am I staying… I have no idea.

Loving:

My kids, they are pretty awesome.

Hoping:

Hmm, no fibromyalgia flares this summer, fingers are crossed!

Marveling:

That I actually want to watch Gotham… BWAHAHAHA

for non comic geeks this is funny because “Marvel” is awesome and DC… well, it has Batman…

Needing:

some lunch…

Smelling:

the laundry pile that did not in fact disappear

Wearing:

GAP pajamas

Following:

The new show The Left Overs

Noticing:

That I may have a gluten issue

Knowing:

that Canine Partners for Life is the place where my heart will grow

Thinking:

that I am a very lucky gal

Bookmarking:

All the clothes I want to buy…

Opening:

a ginger-ale

Giggling:

over my five year old daughter, the kid cracks me up…

she told me today that when she falls in love with a bad boy

I’ll have to snap her out if it because she wants to love me the most of all.
I wish I had recorded that…

Feeling:

overwhelmed, loved, tired, lucky and unlucky

I am nothing if not a non-stop roller-coaster of feelings.

 

 

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Making :
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Wanting:
Looking:
Playing:
Wasting:
Sewing:
Wishing:
Enjoying:
Waiting:
Liking:
Wondering:
Loving:
Hoping:
Marvelling:
Needing:
Smelling:
Wearing:
Following:
Noticing:
Knowing:
Thinking:
Bookmarking:
Opening:
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How to Know You’ve Read A Song of Ice and Fire (and may be obsessed…)

August 28th, 2013 by Carrie, the Just Mildly Medicated gal

If you’re already lost; A Song of Ice and Fire would be the Games of Thrones series.

Some readers have mentioned it on the Facebook page enough to where I knew I needed to check it out. I am in the middle of the 4th book (A Feast for Crows) and have watched the HBO series. I realize it has been a bit, well, consuming.

How to Know You’ve Read A Song of Ice and Fire (and may be obsessed…)

10. You think of your dog as your direwolf…

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9. When your kids come running in the house with a he did it story you ask them if they swear it to the Old Gods and the New.

8. As soon as you realize you have a favorite character again you get nervous.

7. You watched the series and at some point stood up and yelled “THAT IS NOT HOW IT REALLY HAPPENED!”

6. You start panicking that you’ve not made any betrothals for your children yet, all the good matches are surely already taken.

5. Although you love the Stark family Winterfell is much too cold, your next thought is “I am going to have to be from Dorne or maybe Highgraden…”

4. You have a friend who watches the series but hasn’t read the books, you question the strength of said friendship.

3. The kids look at you odd when you refer to them as ser or lordling.

2. You know you’d be an excellent Mother of Dragons.

1. You feel the need to write a blog post because it’s been awhile but you kind of want to get back to the book…

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