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[Mar. 27th, 2009|05:38 pm]

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Oh, my goodness gracious.

Sparhawk? Apparently our son loves us.

And he's hungry, naturally.

He told me.

This is highly unusual.
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[Feb. 24th, 2009|09:37 pm]


As of February 15th, 2009, a new life has come into the world.

It gives us tremendous happiness to announce the birth of Lavaine Sparhawk, who was born around 2 in the morning of February 15th. He weighed 8 pounds and was 18 inches long. He is a great cuddler and seems to be fascinated by his father.

I am recovering well, and we are all very happy and contented.
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[Jan. 30th, 2009|10:49 pm]

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Are there any women who have been pregnant before?

Can you give me any tips for not killing everyone you meet? Why must people manhandle me in public? It makes my skin crawl.

I nearly lost my temper with a mother with two babies in tow! She should know better!

I think I shall stay inside until the baby is born.

Also, I cannot find my shoes AGAIN.

I...need to have this child now.
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[Jan. 20th, 2009|05:54 pm]

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I must say this is a strange occurrence, being back here shortly after I first arrived...but nearly forty years older.

And my husband about forty years younger, before we have even met. At least he's accepted that I know him. He's a good man.

Even if this is all very confusing.

I've been reading and Elaine of Shalott? I'm concerned about you, please respond to me here, dear.

In the meantime, does anyone know if this time mix up tends to be temporary?
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[Jan. 14th, 2009|09:45 pm]


Oh...hello. My husband told me how to work this thing and so...I suppose other people can see this?

My name is Elaine of Astolat, though here I shall be known as Elaine Sparhawk. I have been reading the notes on this...screen thing, and I see that others have been swept here as my husband and I have.

It's very strange, is it not? I must say that I was quite frightened when first I came here, but luckily I still had my husband and his horse, and so I felt that things would be well.

We are living in London...does anyone else live there? It would be pleasant to find and meet others who have been through the same thing.
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