Thursday, January 8, 2015

The Reason Why Things Are So Quiet

I am pregnant. I feel tired all the time. I do ONE thing, then sit down to rest.

My husband had surgery on his shoulder. I have to take care of him while he is out of work for three weeks. There's this saying about your husband being your biggest child who needs the most attention, and well, yeah, I'm there.

I am way behind on sewing due to pregnancy and surgery and the fact that I was neck deep in projects anyway.

We are still plugging away at clearing land for our new house. We are also trying to cut wood, or since both of us are now unable to do anything, find others to chop wood for us. And we keep having to make repairs to our pitiful old house.

I still have plans for the new year and pretty much all I've done is stare at my lists.

I planned a few blog posts, but I didn't get very far. It will probably be a while before I can actually blog.

I don't see the gyno until the 14th. Hopefully after then I can tell you more about my pregnancy. Right now I'm still guessing at how far along I am.


Aine O'Brien said...

Congratulations on your pregnancy! And my condolences for having a husband in need. I guess your projects will have to be on hold for a while, but on the upside you have the perfect excuse to get out of anything you don't feel like doing:)

Jeanne said...

Super Uber Congrats!!!! I'm so happy for you! ♥ Lots of positive thoughts and get your rest. :o)
I know it is hard nursing your mate back to health - it has been a rough road for us but we are almost at the end of the tunnel. YEA! So hang in there.

Kat of EmKatCreations said...

Many many congrats!!! Being pregnant is hard and being a mom is hard and taking care of your partner is hard but all of it is rewarding. I second the 'hang in there' and add that you can do it.

Kenneth Roberts said...

Blessings & courage and remember that patience is a virtue....(or so they say!)

elizabeth said...

Happy Birthday! Congratulations! Well wishes and speedy healing to your husband.