Shaken NotStirred Sugar

The daily escapades of Ashley-Jade, a twenty something Australian Sugar Baby!!

Gifts!

icanhassugar:

lux-not-less:

Ok so I’ve been seeing a guy. I haven’t posted about him….well because I actually don’t want to jinx it, I like him, so far so good!

He’s on his way to Brazil for the World Cup, and he said he’s bringing me back a gift, what would I like?

Help! There’s lots of things I like, but what is something that is a little bit more unique to Brazil rather than just things I can get anywhere?

Um how about a Brazilian.  Have you seen those guys?!

I like how you think! ….That’s already on the list of things to bring back for his sister ha…. But this Italian guy who is the ‘gifter’ is fine in his own right so I need other ideas :p

Gifts!

Ok so I’ve been seeing a guy. I haven’t posted about him….well because I actually don’t want to jinx it, I like him, so far so good!

He’s on his way to Brazil for the World Cup, and he said he’s bringing me back a gift, what would I like?

Help! There’s lots of things I like, but what is something that is a little bit more unique to Brazil rather than just things I can get anywhere?

thosethreeloves:

This is my Mikey-bear, my snuggle buddy. He’s like any nine year old boy. He loves hockey and chocolate cake and feeding granola bars to moose. Unlike many other nine year old boys, he didn’t get the chance to turn ten.
Mikey lived 3557 days to their fullest potential with us. He played ice hockey, got to meet the Portland Pirates and the Boston Bruins, got to swim with dolphins in the Florida Keys, befriended a flock of chickens, and beat up his big brother on a regular basis. Mikey loved life, all 3557 days of it. But of those days, 2235 were lived by neuroblastoma’s rules. Neuroblastoma set roots in my brother’s body and he fought it for 2235 days.
There is only so much a small body can handle, there is only so much poison and so much radiation that can be pumped into a small body before it says enough and begins to shut down, there is only so much “treatment” a body can handle before leukemia take a hold. Mikey could only handle so much.
I have survived 452 days since Mikey passed away. We have survived 452 days. This is what neuroblastoma has done to us and countless of other families. 
I don’t understand where the past 452 day have gone.

This bought tears to my eyes.Rest in Peace Mikey-bear…
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thosethreeloves:

This is my Mikey-bear, my snuggle buddy. He’s like any nine year old boy. He loves hockey and chocolate cake and feeding granola bars to moose. Unlike many other nine year old boys, he didn’t get the chance to turn ten.
Mikey lived 3557 days to their fullest potential with us. He played ice hockey, got to meet the Portland Pirates and the Boston Bruins, got to swim with dolphins in the Florida Keys, befriended a flock of chickens, and beat up his big brother on a regular basis. Mikey loved life, all 3557 days of it. But of those days, 2235 were lived by neuroblastoma’s rules. Neuroblastoma set roots in my brother’s body and he fought it for 2235 days.
There is only so much a small body can handle, there is only so much poison and so much radiation that can be pumped into a small body before it says enough and begins to shut down, there is only so much “treatment” a body can handle before leukemia take a hold. Mikey could only handle so much.
I have survived 452 days since Mikey passed away. We have survived 452 days. This is what neuroblastoma has done to us and countless of other families. 
I don’t understand where the past 452 day have gone.

This bought tears to my eyes.Rest in Peace Mikey-bear…
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thosethreeloves:

This is my Mikey-bear, my snuggle buddy. He’s like any nine year old boy. He loves hockey and chocolate cake and feeding granola bars to moose. Unlike many other nine year old boys, he didn’t get the chance to turn ten.
Mikey lived 3557 days to their fullest potential with us. He played ice hockey, got to meet the Portland Pirates and the Boston Bruins, got to swim with dolphins in the Florida Keys, befriended a flock of chickens, and beat up his big brother on a regular basis. Mikey loved life, all 3557 days of it. But of those days, 2235 were lived by neuroblastoma’s rules. Neuroblastoma set roots in my brother’s body and he fought it for 2235 days.
There is only so much a small body can handle, there is only so much poison and so much radiation that can be pumped into a small body before it says enough and begins to shut down, there is only so much “treatment” a body can handle before leukemia take a hold. Mikey could only handle so much.
I have survived 452 days since Mikey passed away. We have survived 452 days. This is what neuroblastoma has done to us and countless of other families. 
I don’t understand where the past 452 day have gone.

This bought tears to my eyes.Rest in Peace Mikey-bear…
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thosethreeloves:

This is my Mikey-bear, my snuggle buddy. He’s like any nine year old boy. He loves hockey and chocolate cake and feeding granola bars to moose. Unlike many other nine year old boys, he didn’t get the chance to turn ten.
Mikey lived 3557 days to their fullest potential with us. He played ice hockey, got to meet the Portland Pirates and the Boston Bruins, got to swim with dolphins in the Florida Keys, befriended a flock of chickens, and beat up his big brother on a regular basis. Mikey loved life, all 3557 days of it. But of those days, 2235 were lived by neuroblastoma’s rules. Neuroblastoma set roots in my brother’s body and he fought it for 2235 days.
There is only so much a small body can handle, there is only so much poison and so much radiation that can be pumped into a small body before it says enough and begins to shut down, there is only so much “treatment” a body can handle before leukemia take a hold. Mikey could only handle so much.
I have survived 452 days since Mikey passed away. We have survived 452 days. This is what neuroblastoma has done to us and countless of other families. 
I don’t understand where the past 452 day have gone.

This bought tears to my eyes.Rest in Peace Mikey-bear…
Zoom Info
thosethreeloves:

This is my Mikey-bear, my snuggle buddy. He’s like any nine year old boy. He loves hockey and chocolate cake and feeding granola bars to moose. Unlike many other nine year old boys, he didn’t get the chance to turn ten.
Mikey lived 3557 days to their fullest potential with us. He played ice hockey, got to meet the Portland Pirates and the Boston Bruins, got to swim with dolphins in the Florida Keys, befriended a flock of chickens, and beat up his big brother on a regular basis. Mikey loved life, all 3557 days of it. But of those days, 2235 were lived by neuroblastoma’s rules. Neuroblastoma set roots in my brother’s body and he fought it for 2235 days.
There is only so much a small body can handle, there is only so much poison and so much radiation that can be pumped into a small body before it says enough and begins to shut down, there is only so much “treatment” a body can handle before leukemia take a hold. Mikey could only handle so much.
I have survived 452 days since Mikey passed away. We have survived 452 days. This is what neuroblastoma has done to us and countless of other families. 
I don’t understand where the past 452 day have gone.

This bought tears to my eyes.Rest in Peace Mikey-bear…
Zoom Info
thosethreeloves:

This is my Mikey-bear, my snuggle buddy. He’s like any nine year old boy. He loves hockey and chocolate cake and feeding granola bars to moose. Unlike many other nine year old boys, he didn’t get the chance to turn ten.
Mikey lived 3557 days to their fullest potential with us. He played ice hockey, got to meet the Portland Pirates and the Boston Bruins, got to swim with dolphins in the Florida Keys, befriended a flock of chickens, and beat up his big brother on a regular basis. Mikey loved life, all 3557 days of it. But of those days, 2235 were lived by neuroblastoma’s rules. Neuroblastoma set roots in my brother’s body and he fought it for 2235 days.
There is only so much a small body can handle, there is only so much poison and so much radiation that can be pumped into a small body before it says enough and begins to shut down, there is only so much “treatment” a body can handle before leukemia take a hold. Mikey could only handle so much.
I have survived 452 days since Mikey passed away. We have survived 452 days. This is what neuroblastoma has done to us and countless of other families. 
I don’t understand where the past 452 day have gone.

This bought tears to my eyes.Rest in Peace Mikey-bear…
Zoom Info
thosethreeloves:

This is my Mikey-bear, my snuggle buddy. He’s like any nine year old boy. He loves hockey and chocolate cake and feeding granola bars to moose. Unlike many other nine year old boys, he didn’t get the chance to turn ten.
Mikey lived 3557 days to their fullest potential with us. He played ice hockey, got to meet the Portland Pirates and the Boston Bruins, got to swim with dolphins in the Florida Keys, befriended a flock of chickens, and beat up his big brother on a regular basis. Mikey loved life, all 3557 days of it. But of those days, 2235 were lived by neuroblastoma’s rules. Neuroblastoma set roots in my brother’s body and he fought it for 2235 days.
There is only so much a small body can handle, there is only so much poison and so much radiation that can be pumped into a small body before it says enough and begins to shut down, there is only so much “treatment” a body can handle before leukemia take a hold. Mikey could only handle so much.
I have survived 452 days since Mikey passed away. We have survived 452 days. This is what neuroblastoma has done to us and countless of other families. 
I don’t understand where the past 452 day have gone.

This bought tears to my eyes.Rest in Peace Mikey-bear…
Zoom Info

thosethreeloves:

This is my Mikey-bear, my snuggle buddy. He’s like any nine year old boy. He loves hockey and chocolate cake and feeding granola bars to moose. Unlike many other nine year old boys, he didn’t get the chance to turn ten.

Mikey lived 3557 days to their fullest potential with us. He played ice hockey, got to meet the Portland Pirates and the Boston Bruins, got to swim with dolphins in the Florida Keys, befriended a flock of chickens, and beat up his big brother on a regular basis. Mikey loved life, all 3557 days of it. But of those days, 2235 were lived by neuroblastoma’s rules. Neuroblastoma set roots in my brother’s body and he fought it for 2235 days.

There is only so much a small body can handle, there is only so much poison and so much radiation that can be pumped into a small body before it says enough and begins to shut down, there is only so much “treatment” a body can handle before leukemia take a hold. Mikey could only handle so much.

I have survived 452 days since Mikey passed away. We have survived 452 days. This is what neuroblastoma has done to us and countless of other families. 

I don’t understand where the past 452 day have gone.

This bought tears to my eyes.

Rest in Peace Mikey-bear…

Mistakes

Seriously, sick of making them. Vow to not do so again, then blatantly make these stupid decisions again right away. I am sick of the feeling of regret. Well not even regret, I’m just sick of having the realisation that I know I should’ve made a different decision. I really need to get it together.