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18 Jul 2005

Feelin much better
Hi All, I can see this forum is as busy as usual and the family is getting bigger!

Just letting everyone know that have started jogging twice a week with a work buddy and it is making a huge difference in the way I feel.

I am slowly getting used to my new responsibilities, I suppose I probably just had to accept it. I am not there yet but feeling more positive about it.

I went to a birthday party yesterday with my old friends, and even though I didnt do drugs I got very pissed.

It was wild everything was wonderful. I met loads of people and kissed a married woman while her husband was downstairs. I am not proud of what I did but its also not teh first time.

I envited people over to my house for the first time this weekend and we had some good clean fun. It was amazing. I showed off my domestic skills impressing everyone I was very pleased with myself. I cooked up a storm. To think non of my friends thought they would see the day I would stand infront of a stove and make anything.

Next week I am doing it again, sending mom away on holiday for the weekend and me spending good quality time with myself and friends. I am downloading some recipies from the Net. This weekends main course would be Butter Chicken and Fried rice and some other smaller dishes.

The best thing is that I am actually loving it.

Thanks all for reading my posting, it might not be as excitiing as always but I just had to share this with my friends...

Lots of love, CA aka drama Queen
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01 Jan 0001

Hi Cool Aid,
very Nice to hear from you again ! Interesting how increased exercise can help to improve the mood, etc ! So pleased to hear how well you're doing --- just don't talk so much about those recipes, as I can gain weight simply by reading the titles ! Keep up the good work, and the good cooking. And let me know when you start to send food parcels to injured shrinks ! :}
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