eniarelocin: (Shoe Romance Alaska)
So, I've listed some things and gotten some encouraging responses so far. This pleases me greatly. There is far too much stuff around here and a lot of things I really just don't use any more. Every so often I get on these kicks where I just want to get rid of as much as possible. Once I start with something and get that rush of freedom and the lifted burden of this thing sitting around then I want to just find more, more things to get rid of! Get rid of EVERYTHING I don't need!

Oh and did I mention we have a baby on the way? And we have no idea where to put that.

What a great meditation to get rid of the things I know longer need and to actually put to use the things which have been laying in wait all of this time. And of course, I want some new things, things that are functional and contemporary vs obsolete. Selling some of these other things of value is very helpful in allowing me the means to acquire things which are otherwise absolutely not in the budget- things like another, bigger CF card, Adobe Lightroom and CS3, a LowePro DryZone Rover so I can take water and camera everywhere, including on the bike- all without leaving lunch at home, and the ever allusive light meter. I would also like to get some baby gear that fits with this other baby gear, both of which I can only find in the UK they sell in almost every other country but this one, and only as close as Quebec Canada, go figure and is rather expensive when the exchange rate and shipping are considered. Oh, and I have some savings to replace which supplemented the purchase of my shiny new (to me) motorcycle... and then there is the trip to Faerie Worlds in July with the [livejournal.com profile] fruitcakes bunch.

Alright folks, by some photos. You know you want to. They are pretty and will look great wherever you put them. I have many other services to offer.
eniarelocin: (down)
I'm grumpy )

On a more pleasant note, we have again changed health care providers for our maternity care. The more time has passed, the more my apprehension about going to a hospital and dealing with OB's has become. I heard about a birthing center through another post which is actually closer to home. So we went and met with Darlene at Cascade Birth Center yesterday.

I called the OB's office to cancel our 16 week appointment that as set for Thursday. The receptionist asked if I wanted to reschedule and I said no. She asked if I was going to another clinic and I said I was. She then asked why I didn't want to see that doctor anymore to which I replied I didn't want to see an OB at all. Click. She hung up on me. Glad we're not going there anymore.

For the first time I actually have a good feeling about this and a positive image in my mind of whole experience. The pieces are actually coming together and I can image going through labour without being angry with nurses, afraid and anxious about what they might do to me and the baby. The bottom line is that I don't trust surgeons to not think like surgeons. I am really happy about having a midwife and now have a really positive feeling about meeting and holding our baby for the first time. I am really looking forward to that. Only another 24 weeks to go.

Now that I can get over the hating the hospital part it brings up other issues I hadn't really thought about, like who is going to be at the birth. Who will I want to have there? And how many people am I going to offend by asking them not to come? I would imagine quite a few. I can't really think of anyone, other than maybe Anna, who I would want to have in there to actually help me be calm and comfort me through the whole thing. I wish that person would be Stephen but I don't expect that. Maybe we should sign up for some birthing classes and see how that goes.

Only an hour and a half until freedom. I'm so ready to leave work. Gah.
eniarelocin: (alone)
I'm up way too late. I'm looking through photos. Go figure.

I'm sitting here staring at the screen, clicking though image after image (forgot about some of these) and I'm not sure... but I think I feel some squirming. I thought maybe I did earlier, too. I've thought so here and there over the last week but who knows. I think it could be in my imagination but we'll have to see how it goes. This is the same place I felt it before... a while ago here and there, and it's consistently the same place now. I hope it's actual squirming. I have been looking forward to that for a very long time- which is the perfect reason not to get my hopes up.

In other news, bending is getting harder- or at least more uncomfortable. In light of this, I have purchased a yoga block (made of cork) as I think that it may be getting close to the time of actually doing the second trimester modified poses. However, even though I'm getting bigger, I think I would be nothing more than a whiner at this point to complain about it too much. As Stephen reminds me all the time: it's only going to get worse and I'm only going to complain more. He's probably right. At least we bought a new mattress today to make the sleeping part a bit better. Sadly, though, I did not get any of the pillows I wanted. Not one. *pout*

But, speaking of pillows, perhaps it is time for my noggin' to rejoin mine as I should have been in bed well over an hour ago.

P.S. Happy Anniversary to [livejournal.com profile] squidgyfishlove

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