Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Absence makes the heart grow fonder...right?

Forgive me Reader for I have sinned. It's been two weeks since my last confession post.

Oh and it has been quite the week (or two). I think I have felt every range of emotion possible to a human, and I am spent. Normally when we have a run of luck like this, I blog constantly and escape to the internet...this time I couldn't bring myself to even log in, let alone post or read anything.

We had R U OK day here the week before last, which brought up a lot of feelings about the people we have lost. FIL came home from the US and MIL was finally discharged from hospital. It was MIL's birthday and we had some more bad family news. I've had to deal with more and more drama at work, and I had to help my somewhat high maintenance mother move house.

We had our anatomy scan and were told there was possibly a problem. We spent a week trying not to think about said problem. Yesterday another scan showed some improvement and that surgery was not necessary. We all breathed a sigh of relief (never had so many 'likes' on a facebook post).

I completely ignored my email account, my facebook account (other than my personal page), my twitter feed. I logged on multiple times but just couldn't post anything and every single day would just close the browser untouched.

I feel as though I have had somewhat of an emotional crisis and now I have to start building myself back up again. Which is made doubly hard by the fact that I've been sick every day for the past few weeks, and feel as though my pelvis has completely split apart (already! wtf pelvis could you not wait?). It hurts to sit at my desk - not fun when you work in an office. It hurts to move, and walking? Forgeddaboudit!

So here I go, I guess now I tackle my emails (eep) and the thousands and thousands of unread posts in my Google Reader (yikes).

Wish me luck :)

7 comments:

  1. I swear pelvis spreading is the worst part about pregnancy! (Next to scares, of course. So glad the baby isn't going to need surgery!) I was waddling by 4 months when my pelvis separated. Not fun.

    Sending virtual hugs for all the tough times you've had lately.

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  2. Ohmygoodness! I'm glad everything turned out ok!

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  3. Thinking of you! Sometimes there's too much to handle!

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  4. Wow!!! So happy everything is looking up! Whew!

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  5. Oh wow, I can only imagine how scary that would have been to hear there might be something wrong after what you've already been through. I'm pleased you got good news after that. It's so hard to catch up on one's internet social-life after any sort of leave-of-absence, so I wish you good luck in that! I'm also suffering from pelvic pain but in my case it seems to come and go - maybe as there are growth spurts or something? Not sure but hope yours eases!

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  6. That does sound like quite a week! Welcome back.

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  7. Being a grown up isn't as fun as it sounded when I was in grade school. I mean, it's cool to be able to drive a car and drink beers (when I'm not pregs!) but the whole money/family/home/career stuff is lame.
    Thinking of you often xo

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