Hidey Boo!

Oct. 18th, 2011 09:44 pm
msjorje: (starry night)
My mom played this... more British(?) version of Peek-a-boo with her grand-babies. She played "Hidey Boo!" Sasha has been playing the game a lot lately. Just sitting with her in the bathroom and she was playing this... I very, very nearly cried. It is so sweet and I'm sorry my mother missed it.


Sep. 19th, 2011 01:08 pm
msjorje: (starry night)
After a few days of meaning to get to it, I finally opened up my Giftmas List early this morning... and realized I needed to trim my mother off of it. I do keep people on the list to whom I no longer give presents, in history columns. Still, I cut her off from this year and moved her down into the history section. It was a task I hadn't anticipated and it stung. I'm tearing up again just thinking about it.

She's still on my phone, too.

Mom's Poem

Aug. 3rd, 2011 01:53 pm
msjorje: (starry night)
I want to have this somewhere for reference. I needed it for a friend today and didn't have it. It took me 20 minutes to track it down. This is the poem we chose to go in the programs at Mom's memorial service:

After Glow by Helen Lowrie Marshall

I’d like the memory of me
to be a happy one.
I’d like to leave an after glow
of smiles when life is done,
I’d like to leave an echo
whispering softly down the ways,
Of happy times and laughing
times and bright and
summer days.
I’d like the tears of those who
grieve, to dry before the sun,
Of happy memories that I leave
When life is done.

Losing Moms

Jun. 4th, 2011 08:30 pm
msjorje: (contrast)
When I was 17yo, I lived with a family. The matriarch was Mama Gwen (Glynda Coursey). She took in so many "strays" along the way and was Mama to all of us. She stayed up late, all night at times, talking with us. She taught us about life. She taught us to Pay it Forward in very real life ways when were able to do so. I've done that, I've hosted strays of my own a few times. It isn't an easy thing to do. She was there for us, so supportive.

Last night she passed away surrounded by people that love her. I can't imagine it any differently, she was loved by so, so many. I wish I could say that I'd seen her within the last few years.

My biological mother... feels gone. I hate the thought of her slowly wasting away in that fucking nursing home, but we don't have any other options for her. I feel horrible guilt over wishing it was just done, but how can that really be any worse that slow deterioration??

While growing up, I called every mom I ever knew "Mom." I really had grown an appreciation for my relationship with my actual mother, though. I selfishly dread dealing with possible (most likely) gestational diabetes without her input. I am selfishly disappointed that I can't bounce ideas off of her on dealing with... life. I haven't visited her much at all lately, I think its been a week since I've seen her. On one hand, I feel guilty about that. On the other hand, until I went back to work for her, I rarely visited. Its like I've gone back to my old normal arrangement. I've talked to her a few times over the past week. Visits feel like I'm waiting for her to notice that I'm there... and then to convince her that whatever wrong memory she is living isn't real in the now.

Her stroke hit the day before the roughest month I've had in a few years (partially due to that stroke). How dare it! How terribly inconvenient to ME!

I don't even know what my point was anymore, I'm just sitting here typing and crying. I feel like I just lost TWO moms.
msjorje: (sasha)
As I said last week, I've started signing help when I offer to help Sasha. However, I also happened to start signing for cracker. Well she took off with that one! She signs for cracker and walks to the kitchen. She loves her organic Sesame Street crackers.

Last night at my Dad's, I mentioned her signing. Dad asked if I was trying to raise her to be a mute. Ugh. I said no and left it at that. Not much point in arguing. My mom, on the other hand, was impressed today and even gave us some different kind of crackers that Sasha likes.

Honestly, cracker has been coming up more often than help. I need to work on that. And maybe choose another word to throw into the mix. She is consistently signing for milk when she wants it. Though she rarely signs on her own chest, she signs on mine. I try to give her whatever it is she is requesting with signs to reinforce that I understand her. And I always say the word with the sign.

Oh, I've started signing water more consistently lately, too.

As an aside... Sasha managed her way all the way up the stairs at Dad's place! I just followed closely behind, I didn't help at all! She needed lots of help back down, but she enjoyed going up them. Then we came home and she promptly climbed onto the couch with no pillow for a boost! Greaaat. More baby-proofing to do.


Sep. 28th, 2010 10:03 pm
msjorje: (starry night)
It is amazing what a pick-me-up you can get from a few new items, perhaps just shoes! I don't remember the last time I got new shoes that weren't for work. I wore a new pair of jeans and my new brown shoes to work today. Tuesdays (my Mondays) usually really suck because I hate to leave my family, but I really felt like I had an extra spring in my step with wearing my new stuff. I got compliments right away at work, too - that is always nice!

It helped that no one got up in my grill or up my ass about anything today, but I seemed to keep my upbeat (at least more up than lately at work) attitude all day. My knee seemed to make it through the day better and while me feet were tired after the full shift in new shoes, they didn't seem any more tired than usual.

Tomorrow I'll pick out another pair of new jeans to wear and either wear my lovely new brown shoes... or maybe my new black ones! Did I mention my mom rawks? :-D
msjorje: (red03b)
I had Daddy wake me at 7 this morning (I usually sleep a bit later than that!) so we could get an early start. We got ready, including dragging Sasha out of bed, and headed over the the new Denny's at the Flying J. We were generally unimpressed. The service was alright, but the entire place just didn't have that slightly rushed feeling we sense at the other Denny's. They messed up my order at first so it took them forever to get our food to us. Sasha did great, as usual, and shared our food.

Then we headed out to Target for diapers, puffs, and yogurt. From there, we headed to Walmart for groceries (plus socks and headbands for Sasha). We managed to make it home shortly after 10!

Sasha & I headed to Gran's place by 11. We immediately followed Gran to the Goodwill store on the West side. It has so much more than the other store in town. Sasha finally napped on the way there. I also remembered to take a garbage bag full of plastic bowl/lid sets, jeans & pants, and a few shirts to donate. The woman was slightly annoyed at me for bringing them into the store, but thanked me for the donation. Wouldn't it be great if they accepted trade-ins?! Doesn't Plato's Closet do that?

Serena and I found plenty of stuff to try and she even loaned me her socks to try on some shoes. Mom had offered to take me shopping for some jeans now that I can wear them to work. I went through every pair of pants in my closet yesterday and while more of them fit than I expected, I still only had 3 pairs of jeans. In fact, I bit the bullet and gave up both pairs of my really good butt jeans... considering that 1 pair wouldn't even make to to my butt! Mom helped me with this by mentioning that it will be even harder to get smaller after 1 more baby. I had worried about getting rid of clothes and then wanting them again. I still have a lot more clothes to go through, but I feel good about the pants and handful of shirts I let go.

Anyway, I found 4 pairs of jeans and 1 pair of pants. I also got 4 awesome pairs of shoes! Plus a shirt that I love - it has thumb holes, I've never had one of those. Here is one of the pairs of shoes I got:

They're Lower East Side Annie Rugged Oxfords. They are 8½s, but fit me just fine! They have hardly been worn at all and a total steal at $3.99!

Gran also found a little toy for Sasha from Scotland. It's a loch ness monster and says "Cheeky Ness" on the belly. It is colorful and she likes it a lot. We also found 4 shirts for Sasha and two awesome pairs of shoes! She got 1 pair of snow boots that she'll likely be able to step into herself. The other pair are shiny pink combat-style boots that lace up and have a zipper on the inside - originally from Baby Gap! Being toddler boots, of course they're hardly worn. Pink boots - $1.99! She got 1 white shirt with red neck and sleeve rings and little red teddy bears embroidered around the bottom. She got a long-sleeved pink shirt with Elmo on it that says "Love" and a shirt from Wall•E. And finally, a lavender Batman shirt.

Once we'd made our selections, we headed back across town to have Chinese Buffet lunch. Sasha napped on the way, then gnawed on broccoli (among other foods) and generally had fun. Sasha and I left in time to pick Tyler up from school. I took her to pick up her glasses, pick up a pizza (for her & Elmo), then headed home.

Tyler ate and did homework. Then chilled for a while. I put on some new jeans and my brown shoes before I took the girls to visit Grandma & Grandpa for a little bit (around 6). I changed Sasha out of her new long-sleeved shirt (since it got warmer) and into her new Wall•E shirt. While there, Grandpa gave Sasha a nice small square of chocolate in his lap. She loved it! I had Tyler home by shortly after 7, where I discussed Tyler's schoolwork and honesty issues with Jenny. I finally came home and I think Sasha may be down for the night. She fell asleep on the way home. My new jeans and shoes are comfy and feel great! It was such a nice boost to wear something new, especially a new style of shoe. Sometimes I feel like my closet is full of my past life. Thank you Mom!!
msjorje: (tulsa)
This is from an article (of the above name) in Life's Vintage Newsmagazine in Tulsa. My mother saved it for me. Thanks Mom!! I dug up almost all the links myself, otherwise this is a direct clip of the article. I do not specifically endorse the service or food at any of these places. I did come across at least one bad review while I was digging for links. I will also cross-post to [livejournal.com profile] tulsatime.

  • Applebee's
    Monday - Get one free kid's meal with the purchase of an adult entree.
  • Billy Ray's Catfish & BBQ
    Every night after 5 p.m. one kid eats free with each adult meal purchased.
  • Brewburger
    Monday all day - Kids meals are only $1 with paying adult (4 kids per adult).
  • Cosi
    Monday and Wednesday - Kids eat free.
  • Captain D's
    Thursday - get two free kid's meals with any adult entree purchase, dine-in only.
  • Denny's
    Up to two kids (10 and younger) eat free with each adult purchase of $2.50 or more, from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. On select nights.
  • El Chico
    Thursday - Kids meals are 99¢ with purchase of an adult entree.
  • El Guapo
    Every Tuesday night - Traditional-style carnitas tacos, which are served with onion, cilantro, lime and fresh tomato salsa, are only $1 each.
  • Golden Corral
    All day, every day - Children 3 and under eat FREE from the buffet with the purchase of an adult meal.
  • Lone Star Steak House
    All day Tuesday - Kids 12 and under eat free from the kids menu. Limit 2 free kids meals (one per child) per adult entree purchased. Not valid in combination with other offers, coupons or discounts. Dine-in only.
  • Luby's
    Kids eat free with the purchase of an adult entree, typically on a weekday evening after 4:30 p.m. Check lubys.com for a list of when each restaurant features the promotion.
  • Marie Callender's
    Tuesday and Saturday - Get one free kid's meal with the purchase of an adult entree.
  • Mexicali Border Café
    Monday - Kids meals are half-price with adult purchase
  • McNellie's Tavern
    Wednesdays - $3 burgers. (5 - 11 p.m.)
  • Pepper's Grill
    Monday - One free kid's meal per adult entree purchase (after 4 p.m.) Sunday - Kids meals are only $1.99 with adult purchase all day.
  • Souper Salad
    All day Sunday - Kids 3 & under eat free. Kids 4-10 eat for just $2.49.
  • Spaghetti Warehouse
    Monday - Kids meals are only $1.99 with adult entree purchase.
  • Steak 'n Shake
    Saturday and Sunday - Get one free kid's meal with the purchase of an adult entree of $9 or more. Dine-in only.
  • Tin Star
    Sunday and Wednesday after 4 p.m. - Kids eat free with the purchase of an adult entree. Dine-in only. Saturday - $2 tacos all day.
  • Tulsa's Incredible Pizza Company
    Mondays - One child eats for 99¢ with each adult buffet purchased.
msjorje: (sasha)
Once Sasha got up this morning, she got to help Mommy a little in the kitchen. I made French Toast and Scrambled Eggs. Daddy made Sausage. Sasha started with an appetizer of cantaloupe, which she also rubbed on her toes! lol She actually got a glass plate for her own breakfast! She did pretty well with the plate until she was done eating. Daddy gave Sasha her Elmo toy gift from him. She liked it very much and carried it around for a while and several times later in the day as well.

I thought Sasha was ready for a nap after that, but she didn't take her "morning nap" until 1 o'clock. I was making her cupcakes when she went down. I also gave her the Baby Doll gift from me. We wound up with 30 cupcakes! I iced most of them while she was sleeping, but left a couple plain. I also got a shower while she slept. Then she woke up and I took her in for a shower. We had fun playing with the water. Then I let her eat part of a plain cupcake in my lap before getting ready to leave.

Trimmed to an LJ Cut for length, you know how I ramble! )

Overall, a good low-key birthday.
msjorje: (sasha)
Sasha turns one tomorrow. At this time exactly 1 year ago, I was timing contractions, trying to decide if I was really, really in labor.

Anyway, tomorrow my father will give Sasha chocolate for the first time. I'm hoping it isn't a fight. He gave my other girls regular sized Hershey bars and they turned a bit green. I've bought mini candy bars, but he was saying the other night that he got one of those monster size ones. Forget it! I know I already went off on this tangent, though...

Sasha likes to drink what we're drinking. She doesn't share Daddy's Koolaid because it's sugar water. She shares Mommy's water. Tonight she has been very interested in my glass of milk (from a cow). I know the reason we wait until 1 year for chocolate is so that baby's digestive system can develop enough to handle the proteins in dairy products. She has had the tiniest amounts of cheese cooked into some things, but not much at all. I had researched even that. Suffice to say, I let her try my cow milk tonight. She took several sips and I suspect she would have had more but I finished it so I wouldn't have to fight with her about it. She recently tried goat's milk but didn't seem to like it. I should have tried it in a glass. I think she liked the cow milk. I'm sure she'll like chocolate. I just hope the milk I gave her goes through her well.

I have a loose plan for tomorrow and, most importantly, took the day off. I want to focus on her through most of the day. I need to bake her cupcakes, so that will actually be time away from her. I have to keep her out of the kitchen because the oven door gets too hot. She'll get to have a cupcake! In the afternoon, I'll take her to see Gran, Serena, and Keith. Then a little later we'll go see Grandpa and Grandma. Next weekend we'll have Tyler here and go see Aunt Tricia and her girls.

It has been strange to plan a low-key birthday after the huge ta-doo that was Tyler's first birthday. However, it makes sense because her family is much smaller than Tyler's family. I plan to bake, shower or bathe with her (she loves the water), play lots!... maybe take a walk. She loves to go outside. We'll probably watch Little Shop of Horrors because it is her favorite! Next week we'll get one-year portraits and have her one-year well-baby visit. I think I may have mentioned all that already, though. :-P

I keep thinking of more things I want Sasha to have, but then we do live in a small space. She loves to sit on our Boppy Cushion, but I'd like her to have a little cushy chair of her own. I've been looking at bean bag chairs as an inexpensive option. I hope the *entire* day is low key and stress-free. For all of us!
msjorje: (Jorjelf)
I had to get up earlier than usual for my 8:10 appointment this morning. Plus I took Sasha along with no help. We checked in and filled out all the paperwork. I forgot about all that junk you have to do when you go to a new medical office. Then we waited... Jerrod (Dr Palomino's Assistant) finally came and got us. He was smitten by Sasha and has a little girl of his own. He has scrubbed for my other Orthopaedic Surgeon before and was relieved to hear I hadn't had surgery yet. They were able to access my MRI (I gave them the report), but had to take fresh x-rays. Oh crap! I hadn't thought of that. Jerrod held Sasha and gave her a hunk of bagel while I got them done. This girl was so fast! The one downstairs there had been slow and creepy, but it was no big deal at all today. Plus I didn't have to change into a gown!

Finally Dr. Palomino came in to see me. I really liked him. He didn't talk down to me and was open to my concerns. We discussed Surgical Tourniquet and he even offered a third choice. However, he explained that the concern is that the option that aren't general anesthesia don't numb you completely and the risk is that you might wiggle or jerk while he has tiny sharp instruments inside the knee. I hadn't looked at it that way. He wrote my surgery request to be general (at my agreement), but added "or choice." He is also going to just start with a steroid shot in my left knee. I hope it helps, but he said that would qualify me for a different treatment further down the road if that doesn't help.

He does surgery at SouthCrest (my preferred hospital) every other Friday, but he is taking the next Friday (in two weeks) off, so he said we could do the surgery tomorrow or in a month. Tomorrow?! Seriously?! So I went for it.

On my way out of the building, I ran into my doctor's PA. She recognized us and asked how Sasha was doing (since she saw us for her ears recently). She was very nice and discussed the pump-and-dump timing with me. Since I'll be under for a very short time, it shouldn't be bad. I'd still like to know what they'll use so I can research it before I go. I plan to call them in the morning.

Then I had to leave work early to go to my PreOp appointment. That took longer than I expected so I wasn't able to pick Tyler up from school. Then I picked up a late lunch and brought it home for a few minutes of down time with my family. I took Sasha and headed out North (Talala / Collinsville) for Goat Milk for Sasha while I have to pump-and-dump. Though the PreOp guy seems to think I won't have to do that. I brought Mom some dairy stuff from there, too. Then I had to go pick Tyler up from Dad's place where she had been attending a birthday party for her cousin. I drove her home and finally got home after 7!

My less-than-half-day of work got eaten up right-quick!

I have to be at the hospital at 9:45 and am having surgery at 11:45. Boy those first two hours will surely drag... especially since I'll be starving! Oh, Sasha doesn't like the Goat Milk. She just spits it back out. Hopefully we won't even need it.

I'm excited and nervous about surgery. I'm excited because hopefully I'll see drastic improvement (once I get over the surgery itself), but I'm nervous because I'm going under. I don't like going under anesthesia. Sigh.

EDIT: I forgot to pick up my vitamins today.
msjorje: (blank dark)
Friday or Saturday of last week, Elmo started having spasms in his back. He keeps me updated on anything weird going on with his health / body. I keep mental note and decide when it is time to seek medical help. By Tuesday it had gotten bad enough that he couldn't go to work or to his visit with Samantha. I called my insurance nurse help line that night. They asked a LOT of questions (no, it is not meningitis) and said treat with cold packs and see a doctor on Wednesday.

Wednesday morning I called our primary care physician's office and made arrangements to see one of the PAs there right away. More questions and poking and prodding. He was given a shot of Torodol (anti-inflamatory, he has gotten it via IV for kidney stones before) in the hip. We were sent home with some topical Torodol and some scrips for a muscle relaxer and pain reliever. PA said to rest, stay home from work, and sent us for X-Rays. X-rays came back normal. She had said that if he wasn't better by Monday, we'd do MRI to check for any soft tissue damage.

this is going to be long )

Sigh. It is just really hard right now. I have an appointment for a tattoo this afternoon and I have NO idea how we'll handle child care then, either. My tattoo guy's wife would love to see Sasha again, but she won't really be available to keep her the entire time. She works the counter. Veronica is not quite ready for baby sitting either, or I could have left Sasha home today.

Diary Year

Nov. 20th, 2009 10:38 pm
msjorje: (eyes)
I finished entering diary pages from 1989. I had already finished 1988, but never posted to say so.

The most noteworthy thing of 1989 was Serena's conception. The post is pretty explicit, though, so I wouldn't suggest you read it, Serena. (You, either, Mom! I don't think you should read any of that old stuff.) I don't know if you've read any of that old stuff, but I was not a very nice kid.
msjorje: (down)
We make sacrifices for our children, selflessly. We're glad to do them. But they still take their toll.

I have felt like I am neglecting Elmo. We are still sleeping on separate floors to make sure that we both get the best sleep we can. I don't so much mind that, really (though I know I have said otherwise). I am having a harder time with the "two ships passing in the night" issue. I think I made matters worse by being so productive last weekend. I didn't get to spend as much time with him then.

So last night when I got home a tiny bit early and Sasha was asleep AND Daddy wasn't falling asleep, I jumped at the opportunity to shower! While in the shower, I was SO looking forward to climbing into his lap after I was all clean. Only Sasha woke before I got out of the shower. So... I took the baby and Daddy went to bed.

I hoped to get to bed early enough that we could spend some time together this morning. Early means... sometime before midnight, I guess. Or even BY midnight. Sasha was asleep in her bassinett shortly after I ate my dinner. I had dishes done (I wash my pump accessories every night). So I rolled her into the living room at about 11:40 and got situated to sleep. She woke up within ten minutes.

She would not sleep for more than 5-10 minutes the rest of the night. As it neared 3am (the time Daddy's alarm goes off), my face was leaking. It wasn't even that I was overly tired by then... I just had such high hopes for time with Daddy and knew by then that it was gone. I didn't even TRY to get her down before he left at 4, I just used the time to visit with him. and dry my face. He felt like crap that he couldn't fix what was wrong with me and worried about me from work.

He came home and of course, I was SLEEPING. I didn't get up until after 10 when I have to be at work at noon. Ugh.

I have tomorrow off work for my IUD appointment in the morning (I have intended to write a post about that, too!). Mom is taking me while Daddy stays home with Sasha. Surely she'll sleep some tomorrow, but if not... I'm thinking of asking Mom & Serena to take her for a little while so we can reconnect. I have really been missing him - in the larger than "while I'm at work" sense. Sigh.
msjorje: (Default)
I'm tired. I am not sure if I'm legitimately not getting enough rest or if it is 3rd trimester fatigue or even Gestational Diabetes. Mom (& Serena, I hope) are taking me on Monday for my 3-hour Glucose Test. I've been advised that I may NOT leave the building and that, in fact, I will not be allowed out of sight of the lab techs. Wow! Do you think they have much problem with pregnant women cheating their GD tests? I mean, it is in the baby's best interest to know if you have it and take appropriate measures to reduce the chances of side effects.

I am so proud of Elmo. He came to work Tues - Thur. It nearly killed him to do it each day. Today is Friday and he just couldn't do it again. He comes to work and is hurting so bad by the time the sort is over. So he has been working short days on some days. Then he goes home and takes something for the pain and is knocked out. Then he can't sleep at night, so he is overly tired when it is time to go to work. I feel for him. But he has been back all week and his previous absence is "excused" I guess, so they are considering this his first of three allowed unexcused absences. Still... I worry about him. Ten more days and he will have been trying to pass this stone for two months. Mom gave me a suggestion of where else (medical) to take him that wouldn't charge. I've been so busy with move stuff, though... I haven't tried to get him an appointment. I am sure a part of me just hopes he'll pass it anyway and that will be the end of it. If not sooner, I'll be making arrangements after we get moved... though I know we'll then be busy unpacking. We don't have a lot of stuff, so we should do pretty well.

My brother is also going to be moving closer to my mom. I'm looking forward to having us all so close together AND I'll be closer to Veronica, which was also part of the point. I'll be in a better neighborhood, too, so I just feel like she'll be safer when she is with me.

We're moving in 5 days. Yow!

My mother needs a better phone. Anyone have an old phone they don't use anymore? I'm positive that any old phone any one of my friends has lieing around would be better than the hunk of junk phone my mother is using. It needs to be compatible with T-Mobile, but I can check on that myself.

Today we're taking both of Elmo's cats to an in-home pet rescue sort of place. This girl offered to take them for us. Our new lease doesn't even allow for a pet deposit. They do NOT allow pets. We didn't know this until we went to sign the lease. I have been worried that Elmo would regret getting rid of Sam, but he really gave it a lot of thought. He worries a lot about the cats tripping me and later tripping our toddler. Sam really has been running over to get in front of me when I come out of our room, so it is a valid concern.

We watched Knowing last night. We liked it. spoiler warning )

In totally other news, the last few times I've seen Joe he has seemed... off. Like something is weighing on him or he could simply be avoiding eye contact. I'm a little worried about him, but totally understand that it is none of my business. I texted him a Happy Birthday note on his birthday, but never heard anything back. Meanwhile, Britt is actually speaking to me (pleasantly, even!) lately. That has been a pleasant change.

I think that just about covers it. No wonder I felt the need to purge all that... there was plenty to say!


May. 28th, 2009 07:31 pm
msjorje: (Default)
I'm tired. It has been a crazy busy week. Elmo is still struggling with the stone and drug side effects. We moved Mom home from the hospital yesterday (with some help from 3 guys & an ambulance). She and Serena are learning how to do her IV antibiotics. She has to have them every 12 hours. She is also breaking out in a rash ON her infection! So... there is worry there. I can hear the stress in my Mom's voice when she talks about it. She doesn't like her treatment options (there are options?), but her doctor is supposed to be a leading doc in the world of infectious diseases. All I can do is be supportive and I totally understand. You have to listen to the medical professionals, but you have to balance it with your own gut and logic from your own body and history.

Today was our last GS event of the year for our troop. We're not even going to try to meet through the summer this year! Ms Jenny & and I are so burned out. And we tried last summer, but didn't make it through. There are too many girls missing too many meetings and none on much of a schedule. There are just so many other things going on for them these days. They're going into fifth grade now! Anyway, we toured one of the two Water Treatment Plants. Some day we'll do a Waste Water Treatment Plant, too. It was a pretty interesting tour. You could tell they don't get many people that are interested, so they were kind of excited to have us!

I'm glad tomorrow is Friday! I'll be taking Serena to fetch some groceries for both of our households. Then I pick up Veronica for my weekend. I got several projects at least started last weekend. I hope to get some more stuff done this weekend, but I think my top priority is just going to be to REST!

The baby is fine, btw. I'm kinda sore today around my gallbladder scar, but otherwise I'm doing very well. I have been really appreciating the lack of pinched nerves in my hip, but my back does get very sore quite quickly.


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