Sunday, June 7, 2009

Fuzzy thoughts

Today I feel like Yuch. I am trying to get as much done as I can before we leave for Washington. I am surrounded by tissues and piles of things that have nowhere to go. I successfully found a place for all my baby shower gifts, which I am very proud of. My shower was on Friday and I felt horrible. I have such wonderful friends and family though. They made it a very enjoyable experience and I didn't have to do a thing. It is very reassuring to see my little set up for O grow. Hopefully we will have everything we need by the time she comes. I don't know how much I am going to be able to blog this month since I will be in Washington for most of it but I know I'll have lots to say when I get home. I look forward to my Crazy sisters-in-law, they always spice up my life a little, my mother and father-in-law who always make me feel important and like C is their whole world, and my brothers-in-law, Jones isn't complete without them and suddenly turns into a boy again whenever they are around. I pray that everything goes well and that we wont be a burden on our family, that our money lasts, and that we are just able to enjoy our much needed vacation. And please let me not be sick!

Monday, June 1, 2009

In a little over a week our little family is traveling north to visit Jone's family in Washington. We are all very excited for the trip although we will miss our friends down here.

We decided t0 brave riding the train home instead of flying. That's right 33 straight hours on a train with bug, we must be crazy, but it is something Jones and I have wanted to do since we met and now seemed as good a time as any. I have all these ideas in my head of what a train ride should be and this probably wont be anything like it but I am determined to enjoy the experience and make a great memory out of it.

Pleasnt Sunday

Yesterday was a really beautiful day. We have been enjoying awesome weather here in California and it is really nice to have some relief from all that heat. We were invited to dinner at a freinds and Jone's rode his bike there. On the way home C and I drove along side him and C loved watching his Daddy riding a bike. It was all very pleasant. Family moments like this make time feel slower and breathing feel deeper. I don't feel like I am struggling to keep my head above water, but instead floating on the top.