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The second scan.
Posted:Nov 19, 2009 4:46 am
Last Updated:Mar 6, 2010 12:33 pm

Wow, I'd post a can of the ultrasound scan we had done yesterday but since it is of a I can't. You'll just have to imagine it.
Jess is 16 weeks and I was blown away by the image of our unborn on the ultrasound monitor. Arms, legs, head, ears and nose all visible. Not sure of gender yet. Frankly I'm not bothered either way. We'll love the what ever gender.
So excited.....!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Can't wait !!!!

So if you're trying to conceive at the moment, here's wishing you all the best for a good result.
Horray, a phone that lets me on this site
Posted:Nov 15, 2009 3:20 am
Last Updated:Aug 18, 2022 7:16 am
Jess and I replaced our old mobiles this week.
The old ones were bad from the start. For some reason they had the tendency to turn off on their own without warning. No battery issues, just bad design. They had Skype of course, but that utility was far outweighed by the switching off issue, baffling menus and keys that were too small to use.
Well I picked the last phone, so I decided to let Jess do it this time. I'm not capable of picking a phone that isn't a stinker. As a result, the phone I have now actually works.
I can't access porn on the move with it, but it has the ability to access our wireless home internet. I can now access porn in bed without having to use the laptop. The chat on this site can be viewed too, but not the webcam part......almost perfect.
The early start.......
Posted:Nov 12, 2009 12:28 pm
Last Updated:Mar 6, 2010 12:34 pm

My day started really well today.
Sometime around 5.40am morning wood hit me, and as I half slumbered next to Jess I heard her moan how good it felt. Next, perhaps half an hour later or perhaps ten minutes later, Jess started pushing her silky rear back onto my cock as we lay in bed. Before I knew it, kisses and gentle touches turned into a perfect lengthy love making session.
At approx 6.50am we managed to get back to sleep, well, lay still in my case at any rate. Before I knew it, the alarm was sounding and I was out of bed like a zombie.

Today was good because I finally replaced my lemon of a phone. The old phone was forever switching off when on standby. Not helpful. Tiny keys and even smaller text on screen, made the internet features very hard to use. The new one is easier, bigger and more intuitive.....and not an apple product.
The Big Bang.....
Posted:Nov 2, 2009 10:08 am
Last Updated:Nov 6, 2009 3:31 am

No not a gangbang. That's what happened to the car today.
I count myself lucky to be alive and with hair after accidentally welding through a fuel line.

Anyhow I guess God was with me. The rear of the car melted and one of the tyres blew up. By this point I was watching from half a mile away. I expected the fuel tank to blow but the fire crew got to it first.

It's now in the hands of the local scrap dealer.

RIP little FIAT Punto. It was a pleasure to ride you.
Welding welding and the art of laying prone in the road
Posted:Oct 22, 2009 12:18 pm
Last Updated:Nov 2, 2009 9:57 am

Well the car failed it's annual MOT test. Five patches of rust in critical places. The local garage that did the MOT test are very good and honest. This is more than can be said for the place that did the last MOT. I suspect the last one was done by someone lazy who didn't look at the car.
To fix the holes I have been laying in the road with cars driving past inches from my head whilst I applied the angle grinder to all the rust. I have every confidence in the ability of most drivers to avoid me and the car....however it isn't a fun job.
The car has been repaired with mostly filler, so applying the grinder revealed a big welding job. Damn. In fact, the holes are 12" X 12" and include the jacking points. The seatbelt mounting points are also involved. Lovely.

Thankfully my neighbours are all friendly and tolerate my noise. I have been working in front of the house, fabricating new jacking points and floor panels. The weather has been kind too, not too
much rain, which is good because arc welding can not be done in the rain.
In the buns business.
Posted:Oct 2, 2009 5:24 pm
Last Updated:Aug 18, 2022 7:16 am
OK, so I've been looking at a few business ideas lately. One is to get a work bicycle, specially designed for carrying food to local offices etc. In a town with few gradients this is a good idea. For example, on the beach front at Blackpool.
Sadly as we are stuck in Stoke on Trent, home of the terrible hill, the idea of pushing a fully loaded cart of goods is not so good.
I'd have buns of steel but the knees of an old man. Ohh but I want one.
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I hope the Americans can beat the recession.....
Posted:Sep 29, 2009 2:11 pm
Last Updated:Mar 6, 2010 12:36 pm

As I type this I'm watching Jamie Oliver's tour of the USA. This week he's in Georgia. Serious stuff.
It's interesting to watch him, his take on the state of the US, the peoples and the economy, is very similar to mine.
It's hard to watch because it reminds me of the many things I love about the US, things that are being destroyed by corrupt politicians that have no right to call themselves American.

He interviews a pastor in a church at one point, and they mention some of the congregation being laid off from the local branch of Home Depot. Damn, if that company is laying staff off then things are really bad.

It's been nearly a year since we returned home from Houston to England. En route I had the chance to enjoy New York and loved it. I keep hoping and hoping that the people who can help, do help Obama make the many changes needed to the states.
Until the USA has a state health system that offers standardised medical treatment to everyone. Until the poor can be treated with dignity and get back to work. Until the americans pay for it all with sensible taxation and get the corruption out of the health insurance system, nothing will change and America will continue to be third world.
Changing my ways for the better.
Posted:Sep 25, 2009 5:56 am
Last Updated:Mar 6, 2010 12:37 pm

This week has been a bit painful. On tuesday I was struck with a terrible pinched nerve in my neck that prevented me turning my head to the right until today. The pain also prevented me sleeping, standing and sitting. Not fun. Serves me right for slouching I guess.

I'm busy looking for work in the UK, anywhere in the UK. Hopefully I will be able to go out to work and Jess can stay at home now that she's pregnant.
A day out in the town of Leek.
Posted:Sep 9, 2009 3:06 pm
Last Updated:Mar 6, 2010 12:38 pm

Jess and I took a drive out to Leek today. It's a nice quick drive from Stoke on Trent.
As we arrived, the car decided to pull another issue out of it's bottomless trunk of problems. Something is rattling. If the revs drop to idle speeds, for example at lights, she rattles like a diesel taxi cab.
I suspect it's simply a loose exhaust guard.

We went to Leek to look for a nice chair at the antique shops.
However, no luck today. We decided to start looking at prams and pushchairs. We're just looking at the moment until the scan shows us how many we're expecting. However we're starting to make a few firm plans.

I want one of those baby sling things. That way, Jess or I will be able to go shopping without the hastle of a big push chair.
Nothing is cooler than being a dad and doing dad things.
I also love the jealous looks Jess gets from other women, when they see me being a dad.

We also want a decent car seat. So many expensive but poorly padded car seats out there. Mother care store had loads of examples on display, but half of them were hung on the wall too high to touch. WFT?
Same for Pushchairs and prams. All stuck to the shop wall, fifteen foot in the air. Hmmm well sorry. We need to hold something like that before we spend a fortune and inflict it on a new born baby.
We took another drive to another store, mammas and pappas, and found things we could actually touch. Lots of sturdy beautiful strollers. Not sure how the average car owner can carry one, three and a whole load of shopping.
Hmmm, perhaps we'll be doing our grocery shopping on-line next year.
Work in progress.
Posted:Sep 8, 2009 1:37 pm
Last Updated:Sep 9, 2009 2:20 pm

I was proud of myself last night. I installed a new exhaust and cat converter on the car. No mean feat in the dark. The car seems to like my efforts. Another few bhp due to better air flow though an unclogged cat.
The Fiat still needs quite a bit of work before I'll be happy.
Most of it is engine adjustments. Things like stopping te alternator belt squeeking when she starts, stopping the exhaust maifold leaking.
After the engine is working, I have to spend time repairing rust and other damage to the underside of the vehicle.
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Posted:Sep 3, 2009 4:31 am
Last Updated:Mar 6, 2010 12:38 pm

Ouch, well I'd like to say there was a reason but there isn't.
Last night I was was suddenly hit by a terrible neck spasm. Very painful, and now the muscles on the right side of my neck, fell as if I have been kicked by a mule.
I wouldn't mind if I'd been doing something unusual, such as erm licking pussy, working under the car or similar. However I wasn't doing anything. Just standing, relaxed, doing absolutely nothing but staring into space.
The Isle of Wight
Posted:Sep 1, 2009 8:29 am
Last Updated:Mar 6, 2010 12:39 pm

Yesterday, very early yesterday, we took our last family holday this year to the Isle of Wight. Well, I say holiday, but it was actually a day trip thanks to a burning need to sleep in our own good bed.
When I can get a hotel room with a memory foam bed things might change, but until then we're taking day trips.
We plan carefully and manage to fit a weeks worth of holiday into 24 hours.

Starting at 1.30am we got the in the car and drove steadily down from Stoke to Southampton. Over 214 miles each way. I spent the last two weeks fixing the car and we saw good results. The whole trip cost 40 pounds in petrol. Total trip distance was 450 miles.

We were on the early ferry at 6am and arrived just after 7am. We drove from the ferry terminal to a town called Sandown.
We played crazy golf, enjoyed the sandy beach, visited the zoo and then a roman villa. Finally, very tired, we made for home and got back without incident after 2am. So...erm over 25 hours without sleep. Fun fun fun, but I wouldn't recommend it without the regular rest stops we took.....and all the energy drinks.
From the mouths of babes........
Posted:Aug 22, 2009 4:56 am
Last Updated:Mar 6, 2010 12:40 pm

so for anyone outside the UK, one of the commercials we are seeing is one for a charity that aims to prevent abuse. It has this in a playpen, whilst the voiceover says "Niles is a quiet baby because he's learnt noone comes when he screams". It tugs at the heart strings to help with two quid a month or what ever I can afford.
In my case, what I can afford is diddly squat which leaves me sad. I'd give to the Cats Protection if I had the money, but all the same.......

Well because this advert peppers the viewing of their Star Trek Voyager etc, the have noticed this advert too. I hear the groans and huffs when it airs on the telly.

We were sitting in the car the other day, waiting for Jess to be treated by her Chiropractor. started bickering and the shouting and pushing got worse and worse behind me. The car starts rocking as they started a close boxing match.
I decided to divert their attention with a history lesson......

"Say , have they taught you about Anne Frank at school yet?"
"She knew the meaning of being quiet.....!!!!"

ok, it's in poor taste, but these are nearly seven and love a bit of history. The grimmer the better. Never too young to learn about important figures in history etc. Cue twenty minutes of peace as they listened to my mini lecture on the 2nd world war and how that involved the Frank famiy.

After this, 30 seconds while they pondered it all.......
Then, the lad pipes up with;
"So you want us to be Anne Frank quiet?"


"Not Niles quiet......"

"No, no need to be as quiet as that....just Anne Frank quiet."
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