Exactly! And it has electrolytes! That is a blob fish, probably the ugliest fish in the world with a bizarre humanish face. From what I've read it just simply...exists...and waits for food to drift into it's mouth.Songbird wrote:Austin, nutritious and delicious! Tastes just like fish?
That's how I felt yesterday. I broke my rule about getting stuffed on Thanksgiving and paid for it. I was uncomfortable for the rest of the evening and tossed and turned last night. My stomach didn't have any room to work its digestion miracles, so I paid the price of gluttony.
My wife was sick with the flu yesterday and couldn't make it to my mother's. I felt terrible. I found a store that was open and bought a lot of soup and crackers and medicine. Yes, I left her there, but that was what she wanted and I came back with a cooler full of Thanksgiving food. I'm hoping she feels well enought to eat it today, she did have the pumpkin pie last night.
Sean, hope you get to feeling better. Why do so many people take ill around the holidays? I was sicker than I've ever been around 10 years ago on Christmas Day.
Lynne, give us an update as soon as you can, I don't like your symptoms, especially the numbness. I would be worried as well.
And count me in for your first book.
Marielle, are you kidding, Black Friday? It's dangerous. The problem is the limited number of outrageous deals they entice you with, so it almost encourages brawls. And traffic is a nightmare. I once picked up some Honey Baked ham at the local store in the same area as the mall a few years ago just before Christmas and it took me almost 2 hours just to get out of that traffic jam nightmare.
Sarah, Susie, Grayce, hello hello hello. I hope everyone will continue showing up through the holidays.
P.S. Now that you've read MS, Sarah, I think you can see where the fanfic angsty Edward comes from. Not that he wasn't always there in the canon books, but you can see where he gets consumed in his conflicts at certain points.