Hope she's OK. I once was rushed to hospital while watching Survivor. Kidney stone. It was Survivor Vanuatu second episode Sept. 23, 2004. I've never seen the second half of that episode, the only part of any Survivor episode that I haven't seen.My daughter ended up in emergency this arvo so I was watching on the TV in her room but we got sent home half way through the episode.
When i went to emergency for some sweet IV fluids Michael Jacksons funeral was live on tv.Hope she's OK. I once was rushed to hospital while watching Survivor. Kidney stone. It was Survivor Vanuatu second episode Sept. 23, 2004. I've never seen the second half of that episode, the only part of any Survivor episode that I haven't seen.
Actually 2 kids with autism, plus the new born with cystic fybrosis.... Geez, talk about being dealt a tough hand.Im not one to get sucked in by back stories-- but geeze 1 sick, 1 kid with autism, does tug at the heart strings. The money willreally help him (not that it wont the others/who knows whats going on in their lives too)
Yeah, spot on. They would be out there every day looking for one. Possibly they might have put it in an easier spot to find this time, who knows. He still had to find the coconut after finding the clue.It may be a little contrived but Luke did say that he as well as everyone else searched for idols all the time.
They would only show us when something actually hppens because other than Simon's digging, the searching would be bloody boring
Hope all is well mate, my 3 year old was in the same boat Sunday night... Home and fine now, grumpy as s**t and full of sass.. A window to the teenage years I didn't need to see!
Going through the same thing at the moment. Not emergency situation, but the not settling unless held situation. Our 7 month old boy has ear infections in both ears, plus he is teething. The poor little man is an absolute mess =( just breaks my heartMe to, mainly because she will only sleep when being held and that puts a lot of strain on my ability to sleep