currents...two posts in one.

October 12, 2010
I spent a whole 3 days away from the computer and emails.
It was amazing and something I recommend for anyone who is or has been overwhelmed with life and everything in between.
Last Friday ended with a bang. A very non-welcoming bang. The kind of bang that sends you over the edge and makes you want to crawl into a hole. Drama is as drama does I say.
But I feel better after taking a few days for myself. No photo shoots, no editing..well, a little editing but only because I wanted to scrapbook. Finally started on the nursery which was taking down the shelving and spakling over the millions of holes. Paint will commence this Saturday. Not to worry. The man is taking care of it. I took 2 naps yesterday. Yes, 2 and it felt sooooo good.
Now I feel like I'm ready to take on the world again. Or partially. Maybe like the US and part of Europe.


Day 6: Something you hope you never have to do.

This ones a toughie. My mind is drawing a blank at the moment.

October 13, 2010


??listening: The Decemberist
eating: grapes
drinking: water
wearing: a cowl neck gray knit maternity dress, tights, boots. super comfy.  
feeling: hungry for lunch
weather: bright and sunny but cold
wanting: my old shoe size back
needing: a hair cut
thinking: about  a lot right now. my cup runeth over.
enjoying: assembling my baby shower invites on my lunch break.
wondering: if it's going to snow this weekend. hoping it doesn't snow this weekend, especially since I have to drive out to the valley for a photoshoot in my civic that it not yet equipped with studded tires.

Frost already. It's normal I suppose.
I thought long and hard about the day 6 truth. I don't really want to take so much time thinking about these truths. I'd like to just spit out the first thing that comes to mind but I can't always post those things here. Many of you have family who read your blogs, right? Well, that is why I'm going with my second choice for today''s truth. And while I know a lot of you enjoy reading my deep hearted truths, I have to keep some of them light. Especially since I've succumbed to my pregnancy hormones as of late and cry at the drop of hat.

?Day 6: Something you hope you never have to do.

I hope that I never ever have to give a speech in public again. NEVER. I can teach a small class of 6-8 but I will never be able to walk up on a stage and give a speech. NEVER I tell you. I was humiliated at the age of 13 during a pageant. Yes, I was in a pageant. It was the first and the last and it was just a small pageant for the local Air Force. Miss Elmendorf. Oh god, it was horrible. The only thing I enjoyed was meeting an older group of teens who got me into a little trouble with my father. Nothing major but good times.