Yes, I’ve really never eaten a hamburger and not even as a child. It’s very strange, I know! And no, I’m not a vegetarian either. I can’t really explain why I’ve never eaten one. As a kid, I always wanted the happy meals with the chicken nuggets. As I got older, the longer I went without eating a hamburger, the less I felt a desire to try one.
Now every once in a while when I’m in a Whole Foods or Fresh Market or some really nice store and I see specialty burgers, it sort of makes me want to see what it’s like. I know I will some day. I know my husband wishes I would try one and LOVE it so he could eat them more often.
It will happen at some point. Maybe I’ll get pregnant and crave one?
It feels like the weekend happened forever ago, and today is only Wednesday. But the weekend did happen and it was the weekend of my nephew’s baptism.
I absolutely love my nephew, but I’m an emotional wreck most days and combine that with a family function that’s 100% about babies? Recipe for disaster. However, I think I can say that I handled myself with dignity. The only awkward point in the weekend was dinner on Saturday, when the waiter at dinner kept mistaking the baby for mine. Sigh. I give most of the credit to Lexapro for keeping my emotions in check. And thank you to Hayley for providing us a place to stay and some good laughs. :)
Monday I felt great going into work and absolutely horrible three hours later. I used to get migraines all the time (a post for another day) but haven’t had one this bad in a long time. I blame AF who has been a horrible, raging bitch since her arrival.
My doctor’s office called today and had to switch the surgery date. I was disappointed at first, but it may work out better this way. I’m now getting “sliced and diced” on Thursday, February 25. It is one week later than the original date BUT the good part is that I had already planned on taking that Monday off (March 1) to close on the house. So let’s keep our fingers crossed that 1) we really do get to close that day and 2) my surgery doesn’t have to be moved again for lack of OR availability.
What else is going on?
Last night was my bi-monthly support group meeting, which was awesome as usual. We had two guest speakers: one was an acupuncturist and one was an IF counselor.
My old college roommate is getting married this weekend in Naples. I’m excited about that and about hanging out with some people I haven’t spent a lot of time with since my own wedding.
My good friend Whitney gave me a copy of Away We Go for Christmas and Joey and I finally watched it on Friday night. It was an excellent movie, but it brought on a lot of emotions. I cried a lot. If you are going to watch it, make sure you are in the right frame of mind and you have a tissue box handy.
I can’t think of what else I wanted to cover in this post. But now that I’ve written about a little bit of everything, I guess that’s enough for one day, right?