I think I’m joining Jen today, although she is at the doctor getting needles jabbed in her neck without anesthesia – or something like that. For crying out loud. Anyway, prayers for her, por favor.
I love finding new blogs. This is my latest favorite: MomComm. She has all sorts of practical tips for mom and women bloggers, and best of all, she does blog critiques for her readers. She only opens up the queue for critiques every so often and only 26 people get in each time. Do you see where I’m going with this?
Guess who got a spot?
Ok, ok. It’s me.
I’ll keep you posted on when and where you can read the down and dirty. Meanwhile, any good blog tips you’ve learned recently?
More blogging stuff:
Thinking about going to this conference put on by Women Living Well. It’s in Akron, OH this year. It’s one day and only $48.
I’m a moderate sports watcher. If a group of people are getting together to eat bite-sized treats and watch some sort of big game, I’m all about it. I will even tell you that I really like watching March Madness and Spartan football.
But, you know what I really love? Baseball.
I love the game on tv. I love the game in person. I love the sound of it on in the background of Summer. I love the weather associated with it. I love the food that goes along with it. I just love it.
New Show Alert:
Mike and I have been watching an episode of Man, Woman, Wild every night before bed. Worst name for a show ever, but we cannot stop watching it.
It’s a husband (survival expert) and wife (pretty much me) who go out on your typical survival adventures. But, there is something about watching a married couple doing this that is so entertaining. So entertaining.
Just realized I have five events I need to attend before this baby is born, and all of them require a dress. I’m on the hunt for a springy dress that I can wear postpartum too. I’m thinking potentially floral. Non-maternity. I might need to belt it, then? Do you care about this? I Polyvored it, of course. A mood board, if you will.
Feeling super huge these days. I’ve already gained more weight with this one than I did with Ellen, and I still have 7-8ish weeks to go. Depressed doesn’t cover it. Call me vain. Do it. It’s true.
A side effect of this weight gain is redonk rib pain. The only thing that I have found that offers a second of relief is a little stretching: feet shoulder width apart facing the wall (about 12 in back from wall), lean arms against wall with arms above head and crossed over one another in an X. I’d take a picture, but see above.
We close on our house one week from today! I can’t. I just can’t. Happy dance (while holding ribs)!