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  • Saturday, March 03, 2007
    Shitty weekend
    I am really not happy that a) I'm sick, and b) my uterus somehow found its way into a vice grip. E wants to know what a vice grip is. I tell her and she asks me why I'm wearing one. Proof that my child is too literal.

    I only get cramps ocassionally. And severe cramps rarely. Of course they have to hit on a month that I'm also not feeling well. Just so that I can be extremely miserable on my last weekend off, instead of enjoying myself and doing fun things.

    Next weekend, E. is in a spelling bee. We're trying to practice some this weekend, and already she's had improvement. She is a good speller, but she's not a meticulous person, in anything. The first attempts she had at spelling outloud showed that she was capable of skipping entire syllables. She is now being slower and more careful, and spelling accurately for the most part, and moreso on words that are her level.

    I was frustrated on Wednesday, because after J.'s a.m. dentist appointment, I came home and spent the rest of the day reading. Spending a day reading left my brain feeling foggy and I felt agitated and grouchy. I didn't think it was supposed to be that way. Why can't I spend the day reading without negative side effects? Reading is a good thing, no?

    I have my bookgroup on Thursday of this week, and I should probably go read the book (we picked a quicky this month, so it won't take long), but I already feel crappy enough, I don't want to add the gross-ness feeling of Wednesday onto my list of gripes.

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