Monday’s Musings

First off, thank you for reading my words the other day. Your kind responses here and via email have really touched me. You never know what kind of response you are going to get when you write something truly from the heart. You all have encouraged me to let my thoughts flow a bit freer, and for that I also thank you.

Today was pretty average. Hubby had the day off (as well as tomorrow and Wed.~he is having oral surgery in the morning) We spent the morning, okay I spent the morning enjoying the quiet. The girls slowly staggered out of bed. Hubby had played Grand Theft Auto whatever number they are up to on the PS3 until the wee hours of the morning, so he slept until past noon. Luckily I didn’t get aggitated I had plans.

I met BF (sorry no link she is still blogless) for lunch. I had a horrible time navigating downtown Cleveland traffic. There is a mess of construction and everywhere I looked there were trash trucks, Brinks Trucks and busses. I finally made it to our meeting place about 20 min late. BF looks so cute all pregnant and glowing. I can’t wait to meet the little one in late Nov. We decided on Pickwick and Frolic. The pizza was amazing. It was the Marghetia Pizza (I think that is the spelling) Yumm-o!! And at only $6 a whole pizza…well we were sold.

We chatted and ate for about an hour. It was so nice. I was telling her things the kids were doing and she was telling me of things going on with her. It is so neat to relive the pregnancy stuff but without being pregnant. It is amazing how we can make these little people in our bodies. How before they are even here they interact with us. Tonight, for that special little being I am starting a blanket. I am excited to start. Once it gets going I may show you all, but I don’t know if BF reads, so we shall see.

Last night hubby and I were talking. I told him that I wanted to raise money for Fibro research. They have an annual walk in Orange County on Fibro Day there. I told him that I wanted to try to go and walk the 5K, or even the 10K. He asked wouldn’t it just be easier if we donated the money that would get you there to Fibro research. I don’t know why, but I just want to be there. I want to raise money for it as well as do it. There is form to help you organize a walk/run in your area, but I don’t know if I am organized to do something like that in this juncture of my life. I guess it is something I really need to pray about and talk to hubby about. I will keep you all posted.

Well, off to watch a bit of something and take my pills. See you around!

Edited to Add the link to the Presidential Quiz…..or the first one. Will find the others.

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