6.04.2009

The End of the Internet

I think I have reached the end of the Internet. I have no where left to go and nothing left to do. Except for shopping of course, which I am not allowing myself to do. Shopping with no income sounds pretty silly. Unless you count my blog ad income, which is just shy of $100 now! Yahoooo! Thanks for clicking!

I am also "DONE" with TV. Nothing left to watch and the fact that I get excited when a good show pops up on my DVR is SAD, very sad. I sort of play a little game with myself and hold off as long as I can to watch "the good stuff." Oh my!

Today's plan: Lounge chair in the back yard with my dogs and a good book.

I am starting to feel better, still sore, but the throbbing pain is gone, so the antibiotics must be working. Cervix is still sore, but I was told that might not go away with all the weight on it. Next appt. is the 9th. Thanks for your thoughts, prayers, and concern.

9 comments:

Jess said...

Hi, I just found your blog and started reading your story and took a look at your timeline. Your pregnancy pictures are very cute and your babies are adorable! I just wanted to say I will be praying for your little boys every night and I will ask God to keep them safe by letting them continue to bake!

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Mimi said...

Relax honey!!! Take a load off. Grow those babies and stay on the internet or I will miss you!!! LOL

Hang in there! Thinking of you!

Kami

Fullers1006 said...

Glad you are starting to feel better! Just relax while you can because once your babies are here you will be one busy mama! so happy the antibiotics are working though!

Suzanne said...

After my tubal pregnancy surgery, I was home for 6 weeks and I completely understand the burnout on TV and the internet. I joined Netflix and watched movies a lot of the days. Have you seen the movie Taken? It's really, really good! I also entertained myself for hours doing crosswords.

Just remember why you are doing this.... the babies! :)

Dawn said...

Hi, I'm not sure if I've commented before but I enjoy following your journey. Living vicariously through you. :)
Im sure eventually you do run out of things on the internet but I can't imagine! How bout hulu.com? here you can go and watch old tv shows or movies. Or pogo.com? for some games to pass some time away? Or how bout checking out a series that you never saw...sex in the city? sopranos? Once they are here you'll find no time to watch anything that isn't Dora or Diego! ha!
Keep us posted on what you find.

Hoping for our own Peanut said...

ugh, im sorry youre so bored. i cant even imagine.

however, laying outside with my doggies on a nice day sounds heavenly..

i love our netflix and were working through watching all of the csi miami seasons!

Joy said...

Sorry about the bedrest frustration, excellent plan today: reading outside. (It's pouring rain here for the third day)
Take care and please don't completely give up on the computer, we would miss you too much!

Meant to be a mom said...

what a bummer, I hope you start figuring out something else to occupy you.
I'm sure you already read the twilight series but if not I have to say I'm not much of a reader (especially not about vampires :( but a friend talked me into reading them and I became so obsessed and engrossed in those books when we were traveling to and from our ivf visits (it was 6 hours away and we went three times). Anyways, If you haven't read them they keep your interest and take up time.
Praying for you guys.

twondra said...

I can imagine you must be going out of your mind! Wow! I agree with Meant to be A Mom with the Twilight series.....awesome. :)

Maybe write letters to the boys...some feelings or something. They will definitely appreciate it when they are older. :)