I am feeling "marginally" better...(and I guess that is better than nothing right?)
I still throw up every day...but it's less than before. The good news is that, although I have not gained any weight yet, I have gained back what I lost. So that is good. I am officially 5 months into this pregnancy so I am half way there.
Boy..this has been a rough experience so far.
If I exert myself even a little bit I really end up paying for it later. I am just so tired of doing nothing. I take advantage of every little moment that I am feeling decent, so I am accomplishing a little here and there.
I am super happy to report that I got into the studio over the weekend and did some neat things with pottery and glass. All that can be found at my MadMadPotter.Com blog.
One good thing that has come from being an invalid is that my hands (carpel tunnel) have had a chance to rest. I had gotten so use to the daily pain. Now that it has diminished I am so grateful for some pain-free days!
I have been tatting and designing a little bit. I am enjoying the fresh air that Idaho has to offer. I have been wondering exactly who is in my belly...and is my belly button going to be an inny or an outy? Am I going to start feeling good so that I can enjoy being pregnant or am I going to be one of those women who have it rough the whole time? .....Lot's of time to contemplate lots of things.
Yesterday I heard this drip...drip...drip. I look up to see this site. Mojo, who thoroughly destroys all of his toys, had hopped to the floor to pick up this bell, brought it all the way back to the top of his cage, filled it with water from his bath dish, and proceeded to drink from it like a cup. He is a constant source of entertainment.
On another note, I have been chosen for a couple of Etsy treasuries over the weekend and here they are. It is always nice to be included in these things.
As always...doing what I can, when I can, and hoping to be back to myself soon!
...oh and I almost forgot. Occasionally I like to share my photography so here is a free gift to you. It is large enough to save as a desktop photo. Just click on the picture to enlarge and then you can "right click" to save it to your computer...if you so wish!