It’s hot. It’s going to be hot again tomorrow. Stu said he’d put the air on tomorrow. Yay!
Maybe it’s the heat, maybe there are still some postpartum hormones running rampant, maybe I’m just too tired. Things moved me. Things that I think would normally not bother me, got to me.
This moved me. I’m not really a Meredith Viera fan, but I do think she’s funny and can make people reveal things that they didn’t necessarily want to, but this really got to me. So many people loved her and wanted to honor her in such a big way on her last day. I will miss her. I find it heartwarming that she could make such an impact on so many people, and in such a short time – she was only on the show for five years. One can only wish to have this sort of impact on the people in our lives.
I also found this today:
Sometimes there is crying in baseball.
Maybe I’m turning into a big softie.
Then I read this, and got very mad. It’s crazy that a school is asking this type of question on an enrollment form. It’s not any of their business. Then I got thinking about my two daughters. (It still feels weird saying that). Is Ashlin going to be considered at a disadvantage because of my uterine problems? Do I owe her an apology because of the nature of her birth? Will Teagan have a biological advantage because she was a “natural” birth? Am I now worrying about nothing?
Oh, I know I am. I sat and listened to Ashlin chatter away – like Teagan never did* – and the worries and concerns melted away. She’a so quick to smile. Problems seem smaller when she does.
* Teagan used to coo and make noises, but she was a very quiet baby compared to Ashlin. Ashlin never seems to be quiet, awake or asleep, with the majority of her noises being happy and totally cute.