Monday, December 15, 2008


I swear it's not a made up word. And yesterday I woke up with one on my left boob. What is a bleb you ask? It is a milk filled blister on the areola (which is the brown bit that surrounds the nipple..). Yes my life gets better everyday. Especially since today I am taking the bus to work at 7am. And I have to wait 15 mins in between buses, why is that a problem you ask? Mainly because it is currently -41 degrees outside. Celcius. Though I am assured that -40 is about the same in farenheit, probably because the rough translation is "weather that will kill you within less than a minute". Gotta love Manitoban winters.. ugh. If I suddenly stop posting over the next week or so feel free to assume I died of exposure in a snowbank somewhere.


Mberenis said...

Your blog loads really slow for me and maybe other readers. You should check it with a speed test and make sure it's okay.

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Never Clever said...

When I was in the hospital when my daughter was born, I was nursing, and developed some type of blister right on my nipple. Maybe that's something different, but it hurt like a biotch.

What caused your bleb? What an interesting word, lol.

I hope you feel better soon and STAY warm. We certainly don't want you freezing.

Mrs. Spit said...

Argh, that really sucks. It's cold here too.

She said...

Well, at least you haven't lost your sense of humor... :) Watch out for those snowbanks. They'll get'cha. P.S. No problem with your load time for me.

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