Friday, January 29, 2010

dear morning sickness

please go away now!

we have been constant companions for about ten weeks now. You have worn out your stay. you were scheduled to leave but you have not, and you hang out on my couch, you keep mooching all the fun and all the food out of life.

please, please, please, for everyones sanity... go away!

everytime I throw up, I think to myself...
is this the last time?
is this over yet?
please please please be the last time.

I havent worn mascara in a month. I havent fully enjoyed food for 2 months. I have only gained one pound (the one and only perk) I hate the irony of throwing up because I am starving, I miss digesting food, I miss energy, I cannot wait to crave food, I cannot wait to get fat. I cannot wait to stop being sick!

It was a good run, it has been fun, but please leave me and my innocent family alone.

Love your host
Kristen

9 comments:

Krazy Karly said...

awww. poor krissy. get a preggo pop. :) Morning sickness doesnt like those. lol

Deidra Smith said...

Oh, I hear you. Morning sickness is the biggest reason I'm not pregnant again and if my husband has his way-never will be again. Sorry, hang in there:)

Tara Barros said...

lol. love it. But sorry you are dealing with it. Seriously-why doesn't it realize that it is not welcome?

Rob and Steph Puterbaugh said...

sounds like me...or used to be. I lost 20 lbs because of morning sickness during my first 3 months or so. And now...i've gained pretty much it all back. lol. oh well.

BECKY said...

Wait until 18 weeks... I think it has gone now!!

Lemme said...

geocaching is the bomb diggity!! basically, people (fello geocachers) hide things all over the world and then other fellow geocachers find them! they're usually just little containers with log books in them. you find the cache, sign the log and log your visit at the website. sometimes caches have little treasures in them (trinkets, coins) and the rule is that if you take something, you have to leave something. nate and i usually don't take things, we mostly just sign the log and leave. it's probably doesn't sound like it, but it's so much fun! and it's FREE!! AND nate and I have deemed it sunday appropriate (beacuse it brings us closer together, which brings us closer to the savior and so on...and we're not breaking the sabbath by buying anything) the one we found in the poicture was a metal york pepperment patty container magneted inside an electric meter box. it's like a treasure hunt, but without the treasure. we really like the thrill of the hunt and the bigger thrill of the find. so, if you go to geocaching.com and type in your address, it'll show all the caches in your area (and because of all the ourdoorst people in oregon, i'm sure there are a ton.) there are about 300,000 within a 30 mile radius from our house. the website gives you longitude and lattitude coordinates of where the cache is hidden and you type that into your gps and go! wow...i fell like such a nerd, but it's SO MUCH FUN!!

rachel said...

oh girl, i hope it ends soon for you.

Michelene said...

Kristen,
I forgot to tell you that you wanted to be invited to my blog, but you never left an email where I could reach you. I know it's probably not on the high end of your things to do list, but when you get around to it, send me an email address. In the meantime feel better.

Meg said...

Not fun. Hope you feel much better soon.

And, I love your new blog header. LOVE.