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    Put some dry crackers next to your bed, preferably with a little smidge of Vegemite. When you wake, eat 1 or 2 before attempting to get up. Works a treat. Not sure how other countries who are Vegemite-deficient manage MS!

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    Quote Originally Posted by J37 View Post
    Put some dry crackers next to your bed, preferably with a little smidge of Vegemite. When you wake, eat 1 or 2 before attempting to get up. Works a treat. Not sure how other countries who are Vegemite-deficient manage MS!

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    That sounds like a plan because right now I really can't face food.

    Oh and Vegemite is food of the gods for MS lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by binnielici View Post
    That sounds like a plan because right now I really can't face food.

    Oh and Vegemite is food of the gods for MS lol
    I used to HATE vegemite. Then I got pregnant and one morning requested it on toast with cheese. Best thing ever.

    It has not quite had the same affect this pregnancy (the MS was 100000 times worse this time around) but I not actually like it.

    So yes, cannot see how people manage pregnancy without vegemite. Or pickles. Mmmmm pickles...

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    Soooooo tired! Should make coffee but I am lazy.

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    Waiting for a text from a company. It could be days away but I keep checking my phone every five minutes anyway. So not a patient person!

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    I am thinking i could teach the dalai lama a thing or 2 about being calm. We flew to Sydney today. Last night when dh and i were discussing what time to head to the airport he suggested a time that i thought was too late and then he said what time our flight was, i thought it was 30 minutes earlier. He was adamant and he had made the actual booking so i believed him. I shouldn't have. We got to the airport, check in was closed (missed by 2 minutes) and we had to pay $150 in change fees and wait for almost 5 hours. He was seething at himself but i just said 'oh well, thats the way it is. Lets go and get some breakfast. We just fly later'.

    Mind you, i think i have given myself a stomach ulcer from supressing the 'i told you so'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpecialPatrolGroup View Post
    I am thinking i could teach the dalai lama a thing or 2 about being calm. We flew to Sydney today. Last night when dh and i were discussing what time to head to the airport he suggested a time that i thought was too late and then he said what time our flight was, i thought it was 30 minutes earlier. He was adamant and he had made the actual booking so i believed him. I shouldn't have. We got to the airport, check in was closed (missed by 2 minutes) and we had to pay $150 in change fees and wait for almost 5 hours. He was seething at himself but i just said 'oh well, thats the way it is. Lets go and get some breakfast. We just fly later'.

    Mind you, i think i have given myself a stomach ulcer from supressing the 'i told you so'.
    You are a SAINT. My blood pressure is up just from reading that...

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpecialPatrolGroup View Post
    I am thinking i could teach the dalai lama a thing or 2 about being calm. We flew to Sydney today. Last night when dh and i were discussing what time to head to the airport he suggested a time that i thought was too late and then he said what time our flight was, i thought it was 30 minutes earlier. He was adamant and he had made the actual booking so i believed him. I shouldn't have. We got to the airport, check in was closed (missed by 2 minutes) and we had to pay $150 in change fees and wait for almost 5 hours. He was seething at himself but i just said 'oh well, thats the way it is. Lets go and get some breakfast. We just fly later'.

    Mind you, i think i have given myself a stomach ulcer from supressing the 'i told you so'.
    Nope. You are a much better person than me. I wouldn't have let it go in the first place lol I would have demanded to see the itinerary - then again I would have booked it because I'm a total control freak when it comes to these things 😳

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    Regretting going to the shops. I am so faint and dizzy atm. Hoping it starts labour though lol. Actually maybe not. Don't want an April Fools day baby.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpecialPatrolGroup View Post
    I am thinking i could teach the dalai lama a thing or 2 about being calm. We flew to Sydney today. Last night when dh and i were discussing what time to head to the airport he suggested a time that i thought was too late and then he said what time our flight was, i thought it was 30 minutes earlier. He was adamant and he had made the actual booking so i believed him. I shouldn't have. We got to the airport, check in was closed (missed by 2 minutes) and we had to pay $150 in change fees and wait for almost 5 hours. He was seething at himself but i just said 'oh well, thats the way it is. Lets go and get some breakfast. We just fly later'.

    Mind you, i think i have given myself a stomach ulcer from supressing the 'i told you so'.
    I honestly don't know how you managed to do that! It's beyond my capabilities!


 

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