Friday, August 17, 2007

growing out

What up, peeps? Long time no see! Yeeeeeeah, well, I’ve been a tad bit busy this week with presentations, work meetings that last until 7 pm, then dinner out with girlfriends the next night until 9 pm… and then when I am actually home, falling asleep on the couch reliably every night promptly at 8:45 pm. I am awesome to be around lately.

So how is the pregnancy going? … you may ask. Well, except for the fact that MY PANTS DO NOT FIT at 15 weeks along (depressing depressing depressing), and the falling asleep on the couch every night, I have forgotten on more than one occasion that I am even pregnant at all. I know that sounds weird, but I just don’t have time to think about it this time around. So, I guess that means I’m feeling OK. Really, I can’t complain. Except in the case of my business trip next week, where I will be complaining constantly about being hungry/thirsty/tired. So who wants to travel with me? Remember, I am awesome fun.

Speaking of traveling… who has a book recommendation? I desperately need something good to read on the plane to take my mind off the discomfort I will surely be subjecting myself to in ill-fitting pants and a cramped airplane seat. Help a gal out.

If you’re lucky, I’ll post again sometime in the next few days to fill you in on the ongoing rat situation in our backyard. Just a little treat for y'all.


little miss mel said...

Not fitting into your pants at 15 WEEKS? That isn't a problem, that is a bonus!

I hear second time around, you expand earlier, body just knows where to go.

I am in a book study and we are reading "Positive Discipline" in case you are interested in kid-help books. I dig it!

Anonymous said...

Have you ever read Dancing on my Grave by David Payne? I loved it. Some parts are a bit explicit but his descriptions make you feel like you are right there.

undercover celebrity said...

I just finished A Thousand Splendid Suns (by the author of Kite Runner). It was fantastic. But it will make you cry. not sure how that works with your pregnancy hormones...

Also, it may be 10 years behind the times, but I just bought the Harry Potter books and am whizzing right through them. They are really great!

Other than that, there's always Harpers Bazar.