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Monday, October 18, 2010


I saw this movie the other night.. It's called Dorian Gray. It was an extremely creepy movie, I had bad dreams after watching it. It was a good movie overall just STRANGE! The whole picture coming to life thing, ick!

So the baby's doing well. One doctor says I'm 25 weeks today and one says I'm 24 week tomorrow, confused. We got new pictures of him =D. My boyfriend, and father to the baby, is overly excited. So much so that he must, MUST, sow off our little boys genital shot from the ultrasound pictures.

So, the holidays are coming fast. Not sure what to do or where I'm going to be to celebrate everthing. How's everyones holiday plans coming? Well I hope.

Thursday, October 14, 2010


(CNN) -- You've only got about five paychecks left until Christmas. That means if you expect presents under the tree and not a debt hangover in January, you need to find the money starting now.
Can you save $500 by Christmas? You can try and here's how.

1. Stop paying for things you don't use. If you have not set foot in the gym since your New Year's resolution, ditch it. Cancel the subscriptions for magazines and papers you don't read. You can also raise your deductibles for home and auto insurance. Conservatively, that's $50 a month.

2. Check your cellular plan. Many people are surprised that they don't use as much on the data plan as they are paying for. AT&T estimates that 98 percent of customers use less than 2 gigs of data. And ditch the landline if you can. You might be paying for too much technology.

3. Eat in. Southern cuisine queen Paula Deen (no surprise) gave me this one. She says every time you stay home and grill a steak with your family instead of going to a restaurant, you put $35 back into your pocket. Do this once a week, and you've just saved $350 by Christmas.
Read an excerpt from Christine's new book "Smart is the New Rich"

4. Make a list of 10 things you routinely spend money on (clothes, groceries, gifts, etc.) and cut $10 from each. Gail Cunningham from the National Foundation for Credit Counseling also cautions against buying anything for the holidays that you cannot fully pay off in three months.
"Consumers who fight for bargains should realize that the 20 percent savings they were so happy to snag is lost if they have a double-digit interest rate on their card and stretch the payments out over months."
Delete your saved information on online shopping sites so you aren't tempted to nickel and dime yourself to death every time you get an e-mail touting $9.99 T-shirts. If you don't need it, don't buy it; if you can't afford it, put it down. Aim to cut miscellaneous expenses by $100 a month.

5. Along those lines, certified financial planner Doug Flynn recommends paying cash for an entire month. You get a better sense of what's coming out of your pocket, and it inspires some restraint.

6. Banish those fees. Only use in-network ATMs. The average cost for a trip to an ATM for a bank that is not your own costs $3.54. Eliminate one trip a week for the next 10 weeks, and you've saved another $35. Find a credit union or community bank that offers free checking. The downside of credit card reform is some banks are looking for new ways to raise revenue and that means adding fees to your checking account. Bottom line: Don't pay someone else for the use of your money.

7. Switch to a programmable thermostat. The government says this saves $180 a year off the typical energy bill. Start now and you are on your way to saving for next Christmas as well.
Pick a few of these that apply to you, and you're there.

Tuesday, October 12, 2010


So, I had a doctors appointment today.... I got to see my son for the third time during my pregnancy. DEFINANTLY a BOY!! Said the ultrasound tech. =D .
Still feeling good about everything. I also stopped by a friends house (well my boyfriend's friend) and was talking to his girlfriend about the whole being nervous about giving birth and all that. Apparently it's common, who knew.

So how's everyone doing? Any new developments?

Monday, October 11, 2010


So I just downloaded a free trial of World of Warcraft yesterday. I've put in a few hours of game play and it seems like a pretty good, and addictive game. I'm interested in seeing all the possiblities it has to offer as time goes on. I'm debating about installing the full version, I might wait until my trail is closer to being finished. I've also been informed that there is a new one coming out soon and not to bother downloading the one I'm currently playing.

Sunday, October 10, 2010

My Baby Boy

So yesterday someone inquired about my soon to be son. I'm 6 months pregnant with my first child, IT'S A BOY! His name will be Julian. It's been a smooth pregnancy, no morning sickness not alot of fatigue. I've just been sailing through it, which in a way worries me. I don't know how I want to have him, C-section or try and push. I'm leaning towards trying to push just because I want to be able to experience child birth. Then again, C-section's are safer for both the mother and the baby and alot faster considering you can have the baby in 20 minutes versus pushing for 36 hours.

So there's some info about my pending dilema.

Saturday, October 9, 2010


I've been browsing alot of blogs and I see alot of them are about gaming. Is this what the blog readers want?

Anyways, for those who care... I will be six months pregnant on Monday and today my son was rolling around and kicking like he was having a party in my stomach. It was an amazing feeling. I have a doctors appointment on Tuesday were I get to see him for the third time during this process. Atleast I hope they do an ultrasound.

So please. Comment on my question, Do all blog readers wish to read about games?