Sunday, January 6, 2008

Meaningful or meaningless?

A couple of notes:
  1. This morning, I turned off my alarm clock in my sleep (I assume, since I have no recollection of it ever going off), then my thermometer battery died.
  2. If nothing goes wrong, based on LMP and O date, I would be due on September 14, which will be one year to the day after my D&E.
As for symptoms, I found myself ready for a nap today at 2pm. So maybe I will get exhausted after all. And I am getting emotional. Last summer, the first time around, P and I decided to watch a movie one day. We drove around for an hour, looking for a video place that had either of the first 2 Bourne movies, as we wanted to watch both and then go see the new one. We couldn't find either. So we rented Bridge to Terabithia, which was a book I loved as a kid and still have in my house. And I cried. A lot. Today, I found myself tearing up during: the epiphany pageant at church; Extreme Makeover Home Edition (is that the name of the show? I don't normally watch it but Ps cousin was involved in this episode); and the possibility that TK and Rachel could be eliminated on the Amazing Race (love them). I will admit to being somewhat of a crier, but this was a bit ridiculous, even for me.


Jen said...

I have turned my alarm clock off occasionally when I am really tired.

I have Bridge to Terabithia too. I didn't see the movie though. From the previews, it looked like it cheated too much from the book. I hate that.

Yea, hormones! I was emotional too.

Future Mommy said...

I TOTALLY cried when I saw Bridge to Terabithia. It was one of my favs as a kid, and then I watched it on a plane back a few months ago, and so amongst my 180 nearest and dearest (ha!) there I am sniffling. Great stuff.

Katie said...

I am still so excited about your news. We are about two weeks apart on our due date!

Ms. Infertile said...

Glad you're starting to feel some more symptoms. I can't seem to control the tears the past few days either.
We are going to be really close on our due dates. Mine is just about on the anniversary of my D&C too. I choose to believe that that is my lost baby's way of letting me know that he has heard my prayers that he watch over J and I. OK, getting teary again so I'll stop now.
Can't wait to hear the great news about your first appointment :)