Friday, September 29, 2006

The PC way to talk about men

He does not have a BEER GUT- he has developed a LIQUID GRAIN STORAGE UNIT
He does not act like a TOTAL ARSE- He develops a case of RECTAL-CRANIAL INVERSION

All about computers

A language instructor was explaining to her class that French nouns, unlike their English counterparts, are grammatically designated as masculine or feminine. "House" in French is feminine, "la maison". "Pencil" is masculine, "le crayon".

One puzzled student asked "What gender is a computer?" The teacher did not know, and the word wasn't in her French dictionary, so for fun she split the student into 2 groups, by gender, and asked them to decide whether "computer" should be a masculine or feminine noun. Both groups had to give 4 reasons for their recommendation.

The men's group decided that computers should be feminine (la computer) because:
1. No one but their creator understand their internal logic
2. The native language they use to communicate with other computers is incomprehensible to everyone else
3. Even the smallest mistakes are stored in long term memory for possible later retrieval
4. As soon as you make a commitment to one, you find yourself spending half your pay on accessories for it

The women's group, however, concluded that computers should be masuline (le computer) because:
1. In order to get their attention you have to turn them on
2. They have a lot of data but they are still clueless
3. They are supposed to help you solve problems, but half the time they are the problem
4. As soon as you commit to one, you realise that if you'd waited a little longer, you could have got a better model.

Thursday, September 28, 2006

General Announcement

I'm going to be hosting a "Girls Night In" to raise money for womens cancer research. (Clicky here) I'm hoping to have a raffle on the night, so if there is anything you would like to contribute for the raffle, please let me know as soon as you can. Details will be forthcoming very soon. (By the way, why is there no pink in this colour chart???)

So, so boring

Seing as I haven't been up to much lately (lots of work and $$$ but that's it) and I don't really have much to blog about, I think it's time for a few more quotes and sayings!

Santa is jolly because he knows where all the bad girls live! (By the way, I just figured something out- Santa=Satan!)

You're just jealous because the voices are talking to me

Caution: I brake for elves, fairies, gnomes, dragons, unicorn, and other invisible creatures only I can see.

Don't sweat the petty things, and don't pet the sweaty things.

If a dog barks in an empty wood, is he still a bad dog?

If a man is alone in the woods and there are no women around, is he still wrong?

The gene pool needs more chlorine

If things get any worse I'll have to ask you to stop helping.

This one is my personal favorite:
Blessed are we who can laugh at ourselves, for we shall never cease to be amused.

Crystals and where to put them!

Wonderful night was had by all with Monika at Rose Cottage last night. Lots of pretty shiny things to look at and to buy. I don't really need more crystals, but I bought them anyway! We learnt a lot of interesting stuff, the least of which was some of the more interesting places you can store your crystals. Don't think I'll be trying that one!

What is it about crystals that call to us? Is it because they're pretty? (I think that's the case with me!) Do we crave the stable vibrations and peace that comes with holding them and being around them? Is it because they make us feel more balanced? It's probably a combination of all of these, and more! And how many crystals are too many? I used to think I had to many crystals, especially seeing as I never really did anything with them, they just sat there looking pretty. But after being at Rose Cottage, it is plain for all to see that I am a mere amateur when it comes to collecting crystals! It is also comforting to find out that I am not alone with my crystal addiction, there are many more who suffer from the same affliction, (some to a worse degree!), and we all tend to gather in Waratah. I wonder why that is?

Love you all!

Monday, September 25, 2006

Easy Being Green

Go to and for $1 you get a climate saver pack, which includes 6 energy saver light bulbs and a water-saving shower head (if eligible). You must order before the 30th of September.

Shann's tattoo

Just for your information, this is the design I want to get. The book is Kushiel's Dart written by Jacqueline Carey. I did search for the artist who did the design, but I couldn't find it. Jacqui, I think you would really enjoy these books!

Shann's List of Things to Do

Check out broadband rates (I am so sick of dial-up!)
Go to the bank and set up an internet banking account
Put money in savings account
Go to work
Fix up my mobile ringtone (Time to update!)
Read blogs
Download video of cute dogs playing together from camera to computer
Order magazines from library
Put photos from pole dancing on CD for teacher

Wow, is that all? Either I've forgotten stuff, or I don't have as much to do as I thought I did!

Sunday, September 24, 2006

Wow, more busy!

I really want a Macbook and a wireless router so I can sit in my room any time and read blogs! It would make it so much easier to keep on top of things! Well, a Macbook might not be that far off, especially with the week I've had. One of the girls at work has gone on holidays, so I've been filling in some of her shifts, as well as doing mine, so I will be getting a very nice pay packet this week and next week (I'm filling in next week as well).

Had a very lucrative weekend of work. I signed on at 7:30 am (which is so unnatural!) and worked till 11am. Was supposed to have a break until 12:15 but things started getting slightly out of hand. The coach who was supposed to do the early parties cut herself on a piece of equipment (I still haven't figured out how!) and needed to get stitches. I had gone over to Starbucks to get some lunch (and coffee to keep me going for the rest of the day!). I'd gone back to work early so I could sit and have some time-out before I had to start again. In typical Joyner fashion, it didn't quite work like that. The minute I walked through the door, they were asking me to clean up the blood spill, then because the other coach had to leave, they wanted me to do the 12:00 party- this was at 11:50! They then had to get someone in to do the late parties (the ones I was supposed to do) so mum ended up coming in to help. Things after that, thankfully were pretty normal, or as normal as it gets there.

I had myself a huge sleep in this morning and did as little as possible. I did, however, manage to drag my ass down to the shops to pick up "Take the Lead" on DVD. Haven't wateched it yet- that's tonight's entertainment, seeing as there is rarely anything good on TV these days. (Finding Nemo is on tonight, but I have that on DVDF and believe me, you really don't need me to watch that any more than I already have!)

Love you all

Shout out part 2

I have just been informed that I have missed out poor Ruby and Will! Sorry guys! I love you both! Along with all the other assorted animanls that I associate with. (Not sure if Brother comes under this headiong or not)

Thursday, September 21, 2006

Shout Out

I'm counting my blessings, everything that I have to be grateful for. And I would like to start by giving a shout out to all the people who mean so much to me.

If you think you should be on this list, I've probably just forgotten (not by any intention of course- but I have so many people to love!) just let me know and it will be remedied ASAP!

My parents, brother, other assorted family members and pets
Jonathon (& family)
Best friend Nay
Helen (& hatchling)
Moe & Komichi
Host families in Japan who put up with me for a whole year (especially the Kawai family)
Another Jane
The people at Starbucks Glendale, and not just coz they give me coffee!

I love you all, and remember if you're not on the list and you should be, please let me know!
Love Tesah

Guilt and other negative emotions

Reading Romy's blog has got me thinking. Her latest post is all about guilt and the things she feels guilty for. I've been sitting here trying to think when I feel guilty. I have to admit, I don't feel guilty much any more. Some of the things I do feel guilty about are sleeping in so much, not eating well, hurting people I love... and that's about all I can think of right now. I have to admit, I'm not as hard on myself as I used to be. In the last few years I've come to accept myself more. Growing up being really skinny was absolute hell. Sometimes I really hate it when people are down on skinny people. Everybody has problems, not just fat people. I used to be called anorexic, hated my body, had trouble finding clothes to fit, and so on. Puberty was hell, having no chest to speak of, always wanting to be a little bit curvier. I guess the point is, no matter whether you're fat, thin, black, white, Asian, pink, gay or straight, kids will find something to pick on. These flaws can follow you into your adult life, and sometimes you may never let go of them. (Stick with me, we're getting out of the pity and into the good part!). I have recently come to accept myself more, mostly on a physical level. I still occassionally think I'm too skinny, and I'd love to have cleavage of any description, but mostly I don't care. This is me now. I think this acceptance has started to show through in my lifestyle too. I'm doing a lot of dance-based activities (belly dancing, latin dancing, and pole dancing), just enjoying being in my skin and the movement my body can offer. So there we are, a happy ending. I no longer push myself to be something I'm not, I just enjoy being me, flaws and all.

Tuesday, September 19, 2006

Random Ramblings

OMG I am so far behind! Everyone's blogs just seem to multiply everytimne I turn the computer off! Of course, it may also be that I've been too busy lately to check them as regularly as I used to.

Cirque Du Soleil was absolutely incredible- it’s amazing what some of these people can do. And there were quite a few who I was sure should not be allowed to put their bodies into such positions! We all spent up big at the souvenir stand- firstly we are all big believers in souvenirs, and secondly because everything was so expensive to begin with. I won’t tell you what we bought or how much we spent as it is likely to freak you all out- although not perhaps as much as finding out that a certain someone we all know (and it’s not me- seriously!) has spent $300 on a face cream! I will tell you about one item I bought- basically it’s a Big Top bag. At Cirque Du Soleil they recycle a lot of the things, including costumes and, so it seems, parts of the Big Top tent. When it gets worn out and they need to replace it they cut it up and use it to make bags and satchels- recycling at its finest. So we are all proud owners of part of the Cirque Du Soleil Big Top. They were quite expensive (actually very expensive) but I just think it’s so cool!

Other than that, not much has been happening. I’ve been really busy lately, but it’s one of those “busies” where you don’t actually do much- if you know what I mean. It’s mostly just been work and business as usual. I’ve started going out to schools with Jade for GymSkools and I’m really looking forward to it. I’ll be getting a fair bit more work over then next few weeks because, in addition to my usual shifts at the gym, I also have additional shifts filling in for one of the other coaches away on holidays, so lots of $ coming my way! (Which I am hopefully going to spend on a pole!)

I’ll be missing 2 pole classes due to having to work the nest two Thursday nights. Luckily this weeks class has been rescheduled due to my teacher attending the official launch of the International Pole Federation, so I really only have to make up one class.

And accepting the full consequences of my actions, here is the photo of me upside down on the pole:

Upside Down!

That's about it from me at the moment. Got Ostara on at Rose Cottage tonight- I love sabbats!

Love you all!

Friday, September 15, 2006

I'm running away to join the circus!

Well, not really of course! Mum and bro and I are going to Sydney tomorrow to see a show of Cirque du Soleil, and I can't wait, it's going to be awesome! I'll let you all know how it goes.

Had more pole dancing last night, and learnt a few new tricks, not the least of which was learning to invert! (ie Upside down! Upside down! (think Mr Squiggles)) I do have photos, but I haven't gotten around to putting them up yet. And yes I know a few of you are going to be soooo jealous when you see them, but I would just like to tell you that we have a mother/daughter team in the class, and it was the mother who was leading the pack last night. First to get the moves, and first to invert- we weren't actually supposed to- we were just practicing. But up she went, and the rest of us young ones couldn't let her show us up, so up we went too! She's really good too- she usually ends up changing the moves so they feel more comfortable for her and ends up doing one of the more advanced moves by mistake! I told her she wasn't allowed to come anymore because she was setting a bad precedent for us young ones and we can't keep up!

Had a pretty tame day today, just work mostly. Went out with my bro to do GymSkools yesterday. GymSkools is where we take some equipment out to schools in the middle of nowhere (well, not really, but Singleton isn't exactly local!) so they can do gym for PE. My boss wants me to start doing this as well, and I went out to have a look and see what it was all about. I had an absolute ball! When Jade first went to this school (Christian school) each class said "Good morning Jade, and God bless you." He wasn't too happy about it, but after hearing about it, I was actually looking forward to it. I'd almost made it through the whole day, and I didn't think I was ever going to get a "God bless you" and I finally did. It was so cute, and it pretty much made my day! So I'm really looking forward to doing GymSkools, and I'll be getting a very pretty pay packet out of it too!

Anyways, that pretty much all I've been up to in the last few days.
As always, love you all!

Thursday, September 14, 2006

Oh my God!

Well it would seem that I am a bit of a celebrity! I turned up at Rose Cottage last night straight from work, and completely forgetting that I had put up the links for my pole dancing stuff. Anyways I walk in to a huge round of shouting and whistles! Then it all came rushing back. I guess I didn't think this through as well as I thought I had! I was pretty sure there are about 5 or 6 people who read my blog, so I didn't mind having such a small number of people (and all of them close friends) checking out my stuff (so to speak!). I was unprepared, however, for Lisa informing me that her son had managed to catch a glimpse (how did he manage that by the way?) and has emailed it to his school friends! I don't mind, not really, but I guess I'm not used to having this much fuss made about me. I love the attention, and I've gotten great comments, but I think it's unusual for me to be this "out there" as it were- and in a very personal way. Ok, I've had my mope, bring on more compliments! I guess this is a sign to be more open about myself, and put myself out there more. Lisa often talks about keeps part of ourselves hidden, even from friends, and I guess that's what I'm used to. Posting those pics and stuff was a huge step in the other direction. Ok, I think I've been waffling a bit here, but it's my blog, so there! Long story short: love being the centre of attention, love all the positive comments, just really not used to it is all! I don't mean to sound like I don't appreciate all the lovely comments, I just don't think I was expecting it to be on such a huge scale!

And don't worry, this won't deter me from posting my new pics and improvements here! Afterall, I don't want to disappoint my fans!

Love you all!

By the way, please tell me if you are as confused by this as I am!

Tuesday, September 12, 2006

Ta Dah!

Presenting the fabulous Miss Shann! Climbing, spinning, and rolling like you've never seen before! Here are some of the better photos:
Photo 1

Photo 2
Photo 3

And the video:

So what do you think?

Love Tesah

Monday, September 11, 2006

And it's all over...For Now!

Hi all!
Well as most of you would know we hade quite a busy weekend with the International Angel Day. I was also working on Saturday, and had to front up at my pole dancing studio at 10pm Sunday night to participate in the world record.

Ok, one thing at a time. Had pole dancing class on Thursday, and it was great. I've learnt a few new moves and I have decided that from now on I will take my camera to class to get photographic evidence.

Didn't end up going dancing on Thursday. I decided to was too cold and windy and rainy to be bothered going anywhere but to bed!

Saturday- I had one horror party, but you get that at times. The kids just go nuts when they get in the gym. It gets really annoying when the parents don't do anything to help. Granted, the had the party there specifically to take the stress off them, but really, how hard is it to help keep the kids in line?

Sunday...where to start? International Angel Day. Considering the weather, we got more people come through than I thought we would. I wasn't freaked at all, Actually it was amazing how calm I was. I knew my angels were with me though, because as I was driving into town I stopped at a set of traffic lights and I asked the angels to change them because I was worried I be late. The lioghts turned green, and as I was going through the intersection, they turned yellow again!

Got to Honeysuckle, parked around the back where everyone else had parked and hoped it was legal. Got myself set up, and then had a minor freak out (really minor! I swear!) when Lisa turned up to me and asked if I'd only brought one deck to read from. (Imagine that! Only one deck!). Anyway, gopt that sorted, and the rest of the day was fine. I did 2 readings which went really well, and the rest of the day was mostly chatting.

Went next door to the markets for lunch and got this really yummy Turkish stuff. I had no idea how to pronounce it, so I asked for "one vegetarian one please". While it was being cooked, I did a lap around the markets. Found a stall selling Japanese style jewellery- that was a big mistake! i couldn't decide which one I wanted. I kept coming back to one particular piece though, so I got that as a memento of my first public readings.

There was a bit of a commotion at the end of thje day when the 2 raffles were drawn. You had to be present to get the prize, so a lot of people who had entered asked someone to collect it on their behalf if they won. First name they drew was a friend of Carolyn's, and Carolyn was supposed to collect it for her. But no one could find Carolyn, who had gone next door to the markets. So they drew a few more names, but no one else came forward. The prize ended up going to Gloria, and I said I'd collect it for her, so I did. And as I was packing up my table, who should walk back in but Carolyn! Anyway, I won the other raffle, and I scored myself 2 CDs and a Doreen Virtue deck of oracle cards. Thus, the International Angel Day.

Got home and lazed around for the rest of the afternoon. Come 8pm I was stuffed (having gotten up at 6am that morning- a feat nearly Herculean in it's efforts!). Got to the pole dancing studio at 10 ready to practice the routine we had to do. It went for 10 mintues- it wasn't a very strenuouys routine, but 10 mins is a long time! Anyway, the world record attempt went well. We won't know if we got it for a few weeks as the adjudicators check all the footage. I'm a bit worried because at the end, the whistle blew for the finish but then the teacher said to keep going and I missed the next move. I'm pretty sure it was after the whistle blew, but I'm a bit paranoid anyway. All in all it was a great experience. We'll be able to get a video of our attempt, and I'll figure out how to get it available for viewing for everyone, along with the video of my first pole routine. I think I'll have to put it on a "photo album" site and then link it. I'll let you know when I get it sorted. BTW, when I get these available, please no laughing, I already know I look like a nong! Nevermind, I know you lot, laugh till you burst!

Just quickly on a another note, isn't it amazing the people you meet and the circumstances you meet them under? I found out last night that one of the girls in my pole class went to my school (I don't remember her though) and one of the adjudicators who turned up to watch and make sure everything was above board used to be in my mentor group (that's basically roll call in Newcastle Grammar terms).

Anyways, ciao for now, and love you all!

Thursday, September 07, 2006

Quotes & Sayings

I thought I might take a leaf out of my good friend Rylah's book. Actually, it's my book, but I'm sure she'll want to borrow it. I also have a passion for quotes and sayings, so I thought I'd share some of mine with you.

The hurrier I go, the behinder I get.

If logic prevailed, men would ride side-saddle

Wise men never play leapfrog with a unicorn

The average woman would rather have beauty than brains, because the average man can see better than he can think.

I can't go to work today, the voices told me to stay home and clean the guns.

Isis, Isis, Ra, Ra, Ra

If going to church makes you a Christian, then does going to the garage make you a car?

A day without sunshine is, like, night.

Caution: Never drive faster than your angel can fly

Chaos, panis, disorder. My work here is done.

Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons for you are crunchy and taste good with sauce.

Don't p*ss me off, I'm runniing out of places to hide the bodies

Lord, grant me the strength to change the things I can, the serenity to accept the things I can't, and the wisdom to hide the bodies of the people I had to kill because they p*ssed me off.

Growing old is mandatory. Growing up is optional.

If at first you do succeed, try not to look astonished.

If they don't have chocolate in heaven, I'm not going.

I used to have a handle on life, then it broke.

My mind not only wanders, sometimes it leaves completely.

There's too much blood in my caffeine system.

If ignorance is bliss, why aren't more people happy?

Ok I think that's enough for now, but there's always more to come! These are just some I found on the net and stuck in my diary, I haven't even started on the book yet! Yes I'm sad, but you people are reading it!
Love you all!

And in other news...

Wow, how adictive is blogging? It's incredible how sucked in you can get with this!

Anyway, I'm going to hop on my soapbox for a minute and give my opinion of some stuff that was in the papers today. As a lightworker, I try to avoid reading the negative articles, but some days you just can't avoid it. Anyway, as you may or may not know, 6 of the Bali Nine will now be facing death by firing squad. For ages I had never been able to resolve within myself, what my stance on the death penalty is. Whether it should be considered karmic payback, because I also subscribe to the philosophy that "an eye for an eye, and a tooth for a tooth leaves the whole world blind and hungry". There is a quote from the Lord of The Rings movie which I think is quite apt. When explaining to Frodo why Bilbo didn't kill Gollum, Gandalf tells him "Many that live deserve death. Some that die deserve life. Can you give it to them, Frodo? Do not be too eager to deal out death in judgment. Even the very wise cannot see all ends."

And on another note, Germaine Greer, who has not only insulted the man himself, but has now started on the people of Australia who mourn the death of Steve Irwin. She claims that there are others who share her view that the whole "Steve Irwin phenomenon" was embarrasing, but was unable to name names. Everyone is entitled to their opinion, but there is no reason for her to show such a lack of tact and compassion by defaming a man who has just died. Now is not the time or place for those types of comments. So stick it in your ear Greer!

Ok moving on!

Today I did a little reasearch into the "white star" children. Bearing in mind that I probably wouldn't be getting any in depth info, I just sought to confirm what I had been told the other night. Here's a basic rundown of what I was told. If you want me to post the full version just let me know. Bear in mind I'm a little new at this "learning from the Cosmos/Guides" business!

* Yes, it appears that I am indeed an early white star child! And my activation won't take place until the proper influx of white stars arrive.
* White stars are those souls who have never and will never need to undergo relighting.
* The appearance of the white stars is signaling the spiritual advancement of humankind. We are advancing much faster than in previous cycles, and in cycles to come, the Way of Atlantis (?) will resume. This is the purpose for which the white stars will be sent, and are being sent.
*White stars don't need relighting because they have a much stronger connection to their soul piece "on high" than others, and this is, and will be, quite important.

Any feedback would be greatly appreciated!

This weekend looks to be a killer! I have pole dancing class tonight, which I'm really looking forward to- I absolutely love it! I'll be getting a video from my teacher of my first routine that I learnt last term, and I think I might check it out before I give all you guys access to it!

On Fridays I usually go out dancing (latin) and that's always a workout. My dance partner has the habit of making me do a backwards somersault in order to clear a space on the dance floor. I have no problems with back somies (gymnastics background afterall!), but trying it in heels was something else!

I'm working Saturday, doing parties for kids, who tend to go nuts at the sight of all the gym equipment! I spare a thought for all the mothers out there- until I started doing kids birthday parties, I never realised how much energy and force of will it takes to keep kids under control and heading in the right direction!

Sunday is readings at the International Angel Day. I'm a bit apprehensive as the readings will be on a scale quite a bit larger than I'm used to! And Sunday night I'll be back at the pole studio. We're trying to set a world record for the number of pole dancers doing a routine simultaneously. And it has to be done at 11pm Sunday night to coincide with England, who get to do theirs at 2pm in the afternoon. Not fair! Oh well, it's all so much fun, I won't mind when Monday morning rolls around and I can barely get out of bed. Mostly because I don't work Mondays!

Wednesday, September 06, 2006

Beware the Moon Water!

Had a lovely evening last night- a moon ritual with the girls. We ran a little overtime (ok, an hour over time!), but that's expected when you put 5 witches in one room!

Casting circle was interesting tonight as it involved large amounts of fairy dust, salt/sage, and stars. It must be noted that giving witches fairy dust or bubbles is usually a bad idea! There was quite a bit of catching up as two of the girls had been absent for a while. There was much manifesting, magick, and moonwater. As usual, as soon as I had my glass of moonwater, I was useless! I think I actually scared a few of the girls who had never seen me on moonwater, and even Raihn looked a little freaked, and she was the one who started it! (Is anyone else noticing a pattern here?) And it all ended with a bonfire in the back yard, just as it should, along with more fairy dust.

There was also something that was let slip last night. Raihn thinks I might be an early "white star" child. When she said that I got little shivers, and I think it makes sense for a few reasons. (BTW none of this is "official" as I don't think we're supposed to know yet!) The white stars are supposedly coming in around 2010/20012. By that stage I'll be almost 30 (which is when my life path will be revealed). If my children are also going to be white stars, it makes sense that my activation won't take place until the actual wave of white stars come through. As I was laying in bed last night, I got a few tidbits of information coming through with regards to the white stars. I don't think I'll be getting any "big info", but just enough to let me know a bit about myself and my place here and now. (ie being an "unactivated" white star). I am definitely going to be looking into this further, and I'll let you all know if and when I confirm what I was told last night. (I was half asleep afterall!)
Blessing everyone!

PS I think the comments problem has now been sorted! Please comment to your heart's content!

Tuesday, September 05, 2006

Houston, we have lift off!

OMG what have I just done? I feel like I've stepped of the edge of an invisible cliff! But if the cliff is invisble, how can I know whether I'm falling or flying?

Anyways, welcome to my blog. Being the sheep that I am (no, not really! But you never can tell with a blog) everyone else was doing it, so I decided to join the bandwagon, and I hold Raihn to blame for that one. She started it all I tell you!

On a slightly more sane note, the readers of this blog (who I think will probly just be Jonathon, Raihn, Anchell, & Jacqui...maybe Romy too) will be going on a journey of self discovery with me. Together we will delve into the chaotic, psychotic, and quite possibly demented inner workings of my mind. Watch your step people!

To that end... who is Tesah?

Well to be honest with you, I have no idea. I only met her last night throught my good friend Raihn. Tesah is the name by which I am known "on high". When I first heard it, it just clicked, deep in my soul. I'm pretty sure Jacqui felt the same way with her soul name.

How I came to meet Tesah is quite a story. I went to my Angelic Awareness group, as I do the first Monday of every month. This time there was a treat in store for us. Raihn was going to be channelling Archangel Michael, and we'd be able to ask him questions through her. I asked what my soul name was (Tesah, obviously) and what my life purpose would be. I was told that I wouldn't know my life purpose until I was about 30. Some other interesting facts I found out were that in my past life I had been a Russian ballet dancer who had starved to death (which would explain a lot to those who have met me!), and I have never been relighted (where the soul fragment that remains with the Divine "jumpstarts" the soul in the physical realm) because I have never had the need, and I never would.

Ok, I think I've written enough to scare off all the normal people, so the rest of you must really love me, or must be a little touched in the head!
Love to you all!