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A friend of a friend was able to put me in touch with a local business that specializes in this certain 'thing' that my spouse remembers in the back of his mind.

gonna take (another) 2 hour drive (round trip) to get it, but its worth it.

A friend of a friend was able to put me in touch with a local business that specializes in this certain 'thing' that my spouse remembers in the back of his mind. gonna take (another) 2 hour drive (round trip) to get it, but its worth it.

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[–] Annelise 1 points (+1|-0)

LOLS! I'd get spanked for that sort of remark ;-)

I'm finishing a BSE in physics. I've been full-time, or time and a half for the last five years. Our son is due July 21, which make a perfect reason to postpone grad school and is the reason I'm grabbing St. Valentine's Day as my own. After graduation I may be a little to large for our favorite (and time-consuming) activities. The weekends have been so crowded with must-do items (studying, project research, church, etc.) that we haven't had as much free time as we had before I became pregnant. It's affected my sleeping habits and so cut my free hours in half.

I looked up LSOC and the best, most common definiton I found involves commodity trading. Are you a futures trader?

[–] [Deleted] 0 points (+0|-0)

LSOC - Law Sociey of Canada. I was in a 10month program through my work but then shit hit the fan and i had to stop. Im a Paralegal candidate working under the supervision of a Lawyer and other Paralegals.

Im a mum of 2 (irish twins), so use up ALL the free time you have now, and work out a 'buddy system' for you and your spouse. I remember i was awake for a straight 96hours and i started seeing sounds, i swear to god.

use your vday as your own day. but dont put off your education too much.

[–] Annelise 1 points (+1|-0)

Oh, that's cool! That is a demanding profession. So much information and fact to dig out and no room for errors. Good for you! I love little details since they build the big picture.

I've was awake for 36 hours or so, once. I can't even imagine being awake for 96! I never slept a lot, but I had to sleep. When puberty set in I started sleeping only 3-5 hours a night. It's been a godsend as far as school and working was concerned. I'm sooo hoping that I will get back to my normal pattern once my son arrives. I don't have the words to explain how out-of-time I feel. I slept for over nine hours last night!

Time to make dinner! See you!