The Neverending Story

….aaaaaaand I’m doing stomach-flu laundry again. *sigh*

This time, it’s for my dear husband; we were at the ER last night until 2:30. Going on four hours of sleep, lookin’ good, feelin’ fantastic. Wanna buy a bridge?

It the interests of (such as it is) privacy, I’ll spare the details, but suffice it to say, it’s never a good night to watch your dearly beloved turn grey and pass out on the bathroom floor. Good times.

I may have a nervous breakdown at the end of this winter, but hey, only 16 more days to hang by my ever-wearing thread! Yay.

11 thoughts on “The Neverending Story

  1. Oh! SCARY! You and your family are in my prayers! I bet you guys (and your stomachs) are all looking forward to SPRING!

    The sleep thing- I can really sympathize right now! Sounds like you need a good baby-sitter during the day, just to watch the kiddos for a few hours to take a GLORIOUS nap! Remember those? They’re calling your name! Even Super-Moms need a good break/vacation! 😉


  2. Man…this is the worst. It is sounding more and more like my week last week. That just means one more trip to the ER for you and then you can have a nervous breakdown at the baby shower you are throwing for your best friend (if you are going to follow in my footsteps, that is).

    How is hubby? That is scary.

  3. How horrible! Fortunately we skipped the stomach flu but have been recirculating the same virus for a few months. I am allll over SPRING!

  4. Bek- that’s funny, because there is a baby shower in my fairly near future that I’m planning on throwing!

    Oh, and Dh is fine- and we know now that his ticker and insides are all fine too, thanks to a battery of tests at the hospital.

  5. Okay, on the slight chance that it’s MY baby shower you’re referrring to…
    If you DO plan on having a nervous breakdown there please let me know…I want to charge admission!!
    Give BCI our best, here’s to a speedy recovery!
    P.S. I have long overdue Rubbermaid to return. Good excuse for a playdate eh?

  6. Tracy – I’m glad your husband is okay… you’ve had a pretty crappy winter (pun intended)… spring is on it’s way! You’ll be able to open doors and windows and air out the house… if that doesn’t work, give everyone a bucket and go live at Target.

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