Signup date: 26 Jul 2006 at 3:13am
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I have noticed the aging process creeping up on me in recent years...skin that was once youthful is now wrinkling, body parts that were once firm now sag, fatty food I used to be able to shovel into my mouth without gaining an ounce now settles on my once-slim thighs, I had my hearing tested last year and the youthful audiometrist (or is it audiologist?) brutally asked if there was any early-onset deafness in my family because I am going deaf (and there is!) so that now I can't listen to my iPod without thinking about the damage it is doing to my ears. Boo hoo.
I celebrated my 32nd birthday yesterday and went to a Wilco concert last night. I was disappointed to find out on arrival that there was no seating and I had to stand up for 3 hours...I was horrified when I found myself wishing I had worn 'sensible' shoes and commenting to my partner that the music was a bit loud!
Hiya pea! I am great, thanks.
My job is better than I thought it would be and I am learning A LOT. Unfortunately, my contract runs out at the end of the year and there is still no word on whether it will be renewed. Fingers crossed at this stage, because while I can continue learning every day, I am happy to stay on.
Thesis is all corrected, reprinted, and submitted. It is a really weird feeling to be free at last and I don't know what to do with my weekends and evenings. I still haven't been able to lose that nagging feeling, which I have lived with for so long, that I should be doing uni work. But I get to graduate just before Christmas and I am ridiculously excited about that. Yay!
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