Me and the Bean are hanging out together tonight. (Her nose is drying up thank goodness) and I’ve got the laptop with us. We got online to watch some Sesame Street You Tube clips and I came across a site called HULU. Well, I gotta tell you, I LOVE IT!!! I’m all about free, if you asked someone that knows me that might say I was cheap, but I call it frugal. Anyway, you have to check out this site. Free movies, tv shows, video games and more. I called the Big C to come check it out because they have free episodes of Heroes. Yeeaaahh boeeeeyyy.
I’ll leave you with a clip of Ice Age 3, the first movie which made my husband laugh out loud in the movie theater…louder than anyone else. One of those belly laughs where you might just snort and it’s ok…
What a weird week, it’s only Tuesday, but it feels like it’s been such a long week. We were going to go out for a drive yesterday to take some pictures but the Bean got sick and she is too funny when she has a cold. She doesn’t speak in sentences yet, but she does have a few words. One of her FAVORITE words is Elmo. She says elmo over and over and over…you get the picture. So yesterday she grabs one of her elmo toys and says ‘elbow’, over and over as a giant snot bubble bobs up and down in slow motion from the tip of her nose. I thought I was going to lose it. I can handle kid poop, vomit, blood, pretty much anything, except for boogers. I dry heave if I see a kid picking his nose. Those people, you know the ones, they blow their nose and then have to open the kleenex and insect it, yup, if I see that I start screaming and then pass out. So anyway, I have to deal with the bobbing bubble and every time she says ‘elbow’ it gets bigger and bigger. I guess there’s worse things in life than having to pop a snot bubble with some kleenex while trying to keep your coffee down, but at the time I couldn’t think of anything. I know, I’m a baby. But, it’s OK. I am a really strong woman in all other areas, I figure I deserve to be weak about something and about snot is totally acceptable in my book. cmon! OK, that was way too many words in this post having to do with a toddler and her body fluids. Well, just a few more words….this morning when she woke up, she popped up in her crib and said, “HI!” just like every morning except this particular one, half of the hair on the left side of her head was stuck to her nose….
I am blessed to get to see this smiling face each morning when I wake up, snot bubbles or not. She really grounds me. She doesn’t know it, but she is an integral part of my coping when it comes to living with chronic illness. I’ve said it before, she is my pain pill.
The other day I did a search for some videos on RA. I’ve added a few to my vodpod on the page here if you’d like to check them out. I’m still trying to find a good video on small fiber neuropathy.
Nap time for the bean and I’m going to join her. Until next time