So Here's My Life

The things we make,
the food we eat and
the shenanigans in between.

A blog about making things by
MICHELLE SEXTON

Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Uncomfortable.

My level of agitation is so high right now. I feel like my whole entire body is so swollen right now - my feet, my ankles, my hands, my fingers, my face, even my nasal passages are swollen (i can tell because it feels like I have a stuffy nose right now). I'm so uncomfortable and aggrivated right now. I always get a little swollen over the weekends, because they are so busy for me, and I don't have as much time to rest, but once the weekend is over, I can get the swelling to go down. But the amount of swelling I'm currently dealing with is not normal for me. I've been on the phone with the doctor. I have orders to stay away from processed foods for a day or two (not that big of a deal for me, because I rarely eat them anyway). I also have to call the doctor again today if this swelling doesn't lessen by today. I haven't seen much progress over the last 24 hours, so I have a feeling I will be calling their office again later today. Arg! I am so uncomfortable! I really really really hate being pregnant today.

2 comments:

Cara Dawn Romero said...

I always loved being pregnant but with one major exception. Andrew was born in August and we had a long string of 100 degree days in a row (a lot - like almost two full weeks) and he was already past due (whichis so dumb - babies come on time - its the doctors who set dates) but anyway - we were supposed to go out for dinner and I couldn't fit into any of my maternity tops. I was trying to get into my favorite one and it just wouldn't fit. In that one moment I was so tired of being pregnant that I ripped the shirt all the way down the front to get it off of me and then sat in the closet crying. I'm laughing now but at the time it wasn't funny.

musician @ heart said...

yeah...that is a pretty funny story. and it made me laugh out loud. i planned on not being pregnant during the summer so i wouldn't have to suffer through the heat.