Thursday, January 6, 2011

The Girl Came Back



19 comments:

Janae said...

Haha, I couldn't eat a lot of things during the first part of my pregnancy. Namely, bread and chicken. Actually, just the smell of bread made me throw up. I had to hold my breath whenever we walked past the bread isle in the store. Lol! And then one day, it was suddenly wonderful again! I hope you get to that point reasonably soon! :)

TJ said...

tell jason to work on his penmanship. or maybe thats just how outdoorsy kind of guys that play the piano incredibly well write. :)

janae, if i couldn't eat bread, i might die. thank goodness i've never had that problem while pregnant.

~ Darla ~ said...

The smell of meat cooking and pregnancy - yuck. So loved your post today. Very cute. Love loving the girl.

Akkila & Vibha said...

Oh Noelle
It was very funny . But won't you post till next friday. Noway . :(

If that is true may be I will finish reading all your posts by then . Oh girl ! you must have written a hundred. I know you.
Noelle , I am going to put a few photos of good food in my future posts . You want to see :P :)
Bye bye

Diana said...

Been a little crazy over the holidays so I'm out of the loop. GRATS on the pregnancy! :)

Love the drawing posts and the 'guest post' from The Girl's husband was sweet! :)

Dazee Dreamer said...

Hooray. The girl is back. And coloring pictures beutifully. And I also didn't know that India was in Asia. I think I must have missed Geography that day. :)

Bossy Betty said...

Of course we missed you! BTW, I have flunked every geography quiz ever invented. (But I think Asia is a very nice name for a girl.)

Baby Sister said...

Jason's lettering is a lot better than some other boys I know. Kudos to him. You didn't know that India was in Asia? You're silly. :) But I still love you :)

Heather said...

Hey!
It is nice to hear from the girl's husband in person! Very nice.

I cannot eat beef while I am pregnant. Or really any meat.

Venassa said...

I was informed about a month ago that India was in Asia. So my answer to the poll is yes, but I haven't known for long! Have fun on your date night!

Ps.. Your drawings are great.

My Big Secret Blog :) said...

Hahahahahaha!! I loved this! I'm so glad I have my giggles back with you posting!! :) Laughter = better health = faster healing, so right elbow grins and says, thank you!!

Emily from Japan owes me that thing she won because I spoke on her behalf! :D Wasn't that Stephen's something? Are you longing to have that now that I've mentioned it? Jason to the rescue! NOW!

I have been wondering about something for 2 WHOLE weeks now. Why won't my left hand write like yours? Maybe practice is key.

Thank God that Asia is far away. I might have wanted to sit between the two of you on your date. :D

p.s. SOMEBODY FIX THE FURNACE!

Shan said...

I hope the date was a lot of fun and did not consist of any temporarily (or heck!, permanently) foul smelling foods.

acte gratuit said...

LOL, yes I was going to point that out, but I decided to give you a break and chalk it up to "Pregnancy Brain".

Also, please inform your readers that I did indeed make good on my promise and send Japanese Sea Glass. And if any of them send me Stephens, they too can get Japanese goodies in the mail!

;)

:) :) :)
Emily in Japan
(P.S. Thank you My Big Secret Blog!!!)

Rachel said...

For some reason, I thought India was it's own continent...but then I remembered the Risk Board. It's part of Asia. I'm right there with ya Noelle.

The Chicken's Consigliere said...

The girl and the husband are my favorite couple:-) Happy New Year.

Cheeseboy said...

Just watched Nanny McPhee returns and it is NOT better than football. No way! In fact, I couldn't tell the difference between the first Nanny McPhee and the second one.

Welcome back, btw.

Congrats on the graduation. Very cool!

Rawknrobyn.blogspot.com said...

I really like that girl and her sense of humor. India is in Asia? Who's going to buy that one?
I hope the girl and boy had a very nice date.
xoRobyn

Lalis said...

I also got a KitchenAid for Christmas from my awesome parents! YAY! Just used it today to make cookies... Well, cookie batter. It's hardening in the fridge. I'll go up and make cookies in a bit. WOO HOO!

jayayceeblog said...

Oh *sigh* the last line written by your sweet Husband is perfect! You are verrrrrrrry lucky!!! I puked for the first 5 months of each of my pregnancies. One of my favorite snacks (when I could eat at all) was Saltines broken up into a cup with milk over it and I'd eat it like cereal. I also craved icy cold Apricot Nectar juice and good old fashioned ice cream bars - vanilla ice cream with the chocolate shell on the outside. I once ate a box of 6 all by myself in front of company without feeling the least bit guilty about not offering one to anybody. Pregnancy will do that to you! =D