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Tuesday, October 16, 2007

Kinda Still Resting

But the weather was a gorgeous 29 degrees today, with not a cloud in the sky so it was a toss-up between bed-rest and sunlounger-rest.

The sunlounger won.

Mr P even braved the unheated pool. He said it was bracing initially but then fabulous. This lady was not for dipping.

The best news today is that my ankle bones and tendons have re-appeared and are positively sylph-like.

By night-time, I was going stir-crazy so we went to Fish on the Rocks in Hout Bay for some takeaway fish and chips. Yes, we have been to Mariner's Wharf too for posho fish but we just wanted a takeaway to eat as the sun was going down in its usual spectacular fashion.

The novelty of seeing the sun disappear into the sea never wears off for me, as at home, we live on the east coast.

Tomorrow, I am released from house arrest and we are lunching with the gorgeous and divine one with the new boobs.

PS we leave one week today, which will be 8dp3dt.

PPS interesting article on DE and surrogacy.


At 7:49 PM, Blogger Jess said...

Sounds like you're having a good time!

Hope that your uterus is hosting it's own party. :)

At 1:06 AM, Blogger DD said...

I don't know why, but that article made me cry. Maybe it's because there are three more women out there who really do "get" it.

I'm glad to hear the cankles have eased up and you are enjoying a lovely time away from home.

At 2:15 AM, Anonymous T said...

I certainly hope the sunlounger won out - you're not institutionalized! (But maybe you should be?! haha!) Watching the sun go down sounds tremendous - especially after - well anyway. Enjoy! More pics please!

At 7:58 AM, Blogger down.under2 said...

Good luck. I'm jealous you are meeting Tertia. Hope everything turns out.

At 8:25 AM, Blogger Vivien said...

Good luck with the 2 oven-readies relaxing sounds like the best course to me - am jealous.
Next time you are back in the UK and can't afford a holiday in SA, try Aberystwyth for sunsets over the sea!
Isn't it rugby-mad out there at the moment?

At 10:27 AM, Anonymous ovagirl said...

Good luck PM...

At 4:22 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Downunder2, she not only gets to meet Tertia, she does so while the G&D one is in full sexual fantasy mode.

I await Pamplemousse's next post with great curiosity.



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