Monday, November 9, 2009

Post haste

Period: Missing.

Work: Overwhelming. Stayed late. Again. Resentful.

Blogoversary:  imminent. One year. November 18th.

Lupron:  Still shooting.

Baseline U/S: Thursday.

Blog reading: Lacking. Time crunch.

Dear wife: Cute. Buttonly. Dear.

Dogs: lush couch surfers.

Cats: Sweet. Not really  feral. Need forever homes.

Greening: Three  seconds with three ply soft toilet paper. Worse than driving a Hummer whilst eating fast food.

Books: longing for  a good read.

Lips: pursed.

Teeth: ground.

I-pod app: Vegas pool!

Fellow bloggers: Awesome. Heroic. The best.

Bedtime: ten minutes.


Lisa said...

Book: Shanghai Girls or Snow Flower and the Secret Fan- both by Lisa See or Twenties Girl by Sophia Kinsella.

CJ said...

I love your haste! You say so much with only a few words!

Anonymous said...

Wow, I'm a little breathless just reading that. I hope calm comes soon to your world.

J and D said...

Great update...!!!! So little said but a lot to think about!!

cindyhoo2 said...

This is a great post. I hope your AF and mine have been been hanging together and will return soon. :) I also love your description of your partner.

Best When Used By said...

I love the creative title. And you packed a lot of information in! Happy upcoming blogversary! Sorry work is overwhelming and causing you to grind your teeth into flat disks. Here's hoping the u/s gets you moving in the right direction!

Fran said...

Oh my God!! Time really does go quickly! It's already time for you baseline scan! wohooo!! Lots of positive thinking your way, Fran

Parenthood For Me said...

Thanks for reading and commenting. it is comforting and yes, I did tell them what I thought of their lack of professionalism. Good book. The Middle Place by Kelly corrigan. Makes you laugh, makes you cry.

E. Phantzi said...

Thanks for the comment on my blog! I hope this cycle is IT for you!!
(I'm "project progeny" by the way - can't figure out how to use open ID so signed in on my other (family) blog).

m said...

lists! they help, no? At least they give us something to do other than make ourselves crazy.

Wishing you well. (and don't forget to breathe, m'kay?) ;-)