zird is the word (lizardek) wrote,
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It's gone a week, nearly, and suddenly it's June. And I'm beginning to have that panicky feeling of "where has the year gone?" It's nearly half over! Eeek! Christmas will be here before you know it! Haaa!

Anders comes home tomorrow from his 3-weeks of jaunting. He's home for a week, then gone for a week then gone for the weekend, then gone for a week. THEN he's on vacation, and we still haven't bought tickets for our trip to Iceland. I don't even know if we can really afford it. There seems to be no end to the things that need to be bought and paid for around here. Clothes for the kids, shoes for the kids, groceries, groceries, groceries.

It's a 5.5-day long weekend...much needed, but still full of things going on. Karin had a soccer practice today, and a 2-day tournament starting tomorrow. And tomorrow evening I'm going to dinner with the Wonders at Svaneholm Castle. I've never been there and frankly, I don't think it looks much like a castle. More like a fortified apartment building. The reason why we're going to a castle and not to one of our homes is that we're taking Debbie out for her birthday (which was yesterday). It's a big birthday, so we felt it deserved a little something extra.

Yesterday was our wedding anniversary too, but with Anders in Bangkok there wasn't much we could do to celebrate it...we exchanged emails: how romantic! :D We'll celebrate later, hopefully. We've been married for 15 years! According to Wikipedia, the traditional 15th wedding anniversary gift is crystal; not really something we need or use. The modern list cites watches. Snort. I got a beautiful watch a few years ago, so that's out. I find it amusing that the traditional gift for the 6th anniversary in the UK is EGG. What is up with that?? Do you boil them first or just serve them for breakfast in bed?

Saturday, Karin's soccer tournament continues, and Sunday I'm one of the hostesses (not at my home, thankfully) for a baby shower for an American friend & colleague. So I'll spend most of Saturday grocery-shopping (again!) and preparing/baking for that. We've planned some fun games that will hopefully not make everyone groan. The diaper candy bar game, of course, which is always a hoot, and should be especially funny for the several non-moms in the group, as well as the Swedes who are not used to baby showers to begin with.

I have a question for the interwebs. As you might know being, naturally, faithful readers, I have chronic allergies. Not just in the spring or fall but all year round. They are slightly better now since I was prescribed new allergy meds several months ago, but I am still chronically congested and blow my nose...oh, at least a hundred times a day. Apparently, my nasal passages are chronically swollen and I've been recommended for a procedure that I'm a bit unsure of, to say the least. It's called "Radio Frequency Operation" in a literal translation of the pamphlet I was sent in the mail along with my appointment time, or Nasal Turbinate Surgery.

I've Googled it and apparently it's fairly common, but I've never heard of it before and am wondering if anyone has had this done or knows of someone who has, and has any feedback. It's rather freaking me out :(

Blue Sky Summer Sunset Belated Birthday Wishes to nannergo and jes6ica
Tags: calendargirl, goodthings, thisisjusttosay

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