Sometimes just saying yes and showing up is what it’s all about.
I have reached the fun, “CHECK PLEASE!” point of pregnancy. I’m ready to be done. I have a tiny reprieve from nausea which has been replaced by what I’m gently referring to as “pregnancy narcolepsy.” I feel asleep the other day for three hours with my laptop firmly in my lap, and hadn’t planned on a nap.
I’m working on trying to say YES to as much as possible, which, yesterday included a fun formal/ball gown give away event in down town Jacksonville, NC at the USO. I think I get extra points for sporting yoga pants, flip flops and a t-shirt in a room full of beauty queens and sequins! Talk about a technique to light a fire! Everyone keeps joking about lack of sleep once Baby G arrives, but I’m ready for less bathroom breaks at three am, no upset tummy or splitting headaches not to mention, it’s easy to be happy about waking up in the middle of the night when there’s a cute fella involved! 😉
http://www.jdnews.com/news/local/hundreds-swarm-designer-dress-giveaway-1.210582?tc=cr a link to the Jacksonville Daily News article
I hope this event makes its way through the bases again next year. It was a blast to see so many ladies finding a FREE dress of their dreams! Stay posted and if/when I hear more, I’ll certainly update the post so folks know all the details!
Hope you have a great ball/formal season! I’ll be doing lunges and squats forever not to mention MANY miles with the stroller and wee man!
I never thought I was a person who would get such pleasure from doing something someone had told me wasn’t possible, even if I wasn’t planning to do so. I have made some personal and professional decisions over the years based on the supposition that children of my own were a very long shot, at least without serious medical intervention.
This handsome fellow, with his fist in the air says challenge your thoughts, challenge convention. When life places a bend in your path or an “obstacle” you weren’t anticipating. . .take the dive. I have to admit, previously I had been a “keep the status quo” kind of girl, anti-surprise party. . .and a planner ten steps in advance (as a very clumsy child who was placed in ballet as a toddler- plotting your next dozen steps keeps you from tripping and falling). HE has been the most mind blowing and joyous surprise I could have NEVER anticipated.
Part of me would love to pack up Garrett for a visit to the Brody School of Medicine for a hello and visit to some nurses I got to know very well years ago, but I’m so pleased with the (not so, since I’m writing here) silent knowledge that despite some crazy hurdles, insane odds, and what-are-the-chances timing. . .he’s almost here.
To date, Garrett is the best adventure I’ve taken. I can’t wait to see what my cohort and I get into in this next very exciting chapter in my life. So far, he’s been a most excellent and gallant escort while meeting clients and showing homes. 🙂
May you have many exciting new chapters in YOUR life and amazing adventures on your horizon.