Sickness has returned. I knew as soon as I spoke of it, it would be back. From now on, if you ask how I feel, I think I'll say "Terrible." so as not to jinx it. Until my 8th month, then I'll be honest.
Yesterday, I had a migraine for most of the afternoon. Hubby came home and made dinner and did the dishes, thank goodness for him!! Dinner was meatloaf, so I showed him where the recipe was and he went to town. Our meatloaf calls for a special sauce to be added in the last 10 minutes of cooking, so after it was shaped and cooked, I asked how it looked. He said, "Great!" as he prepared the sauce. I got off the couch to take a peek, and low and behold, in my oven, was a meatloaf...not shaped like a loaf. Usually, I shape my meatloaf in a ring, so it cooks more evenly. It was not shaped like a ring. It was shaped...interestingly. Let's just say that. I gasped, and he laughed for about 2 straight minutes. But wouldn't you know, that darn meatloaf tasted wonderfully!
I have no pictures today, my camera battery is charging. Funny ones are coming though!
Last night I checked on Reilly before I went to bed. Like I said, I had a migraine, so it was 8 pm. I always go in her room, make sure the temperature is okay, and watch her for a little. Sometimes she wakes up and looks at me and I run, hoping she'll think it was a dream. It usually works. But most times she stays asleep. Except last night, when I opened the door, and a GIANT spider came running out of her room. I screamed and cursed and grabbed a shoe. I tried to kill and it, and it ran in to the linen closet. So I took a towel, and shoved it under the closet crack, so it would be trapped until Hubby got home to kill it. Then I heard Reilly crying. She was standing in her crib, crying at my commotion. So I picked her up and sat on the bed, where to laid her head down on my chest and I apologized for waking her. Then she lifted her head, looked at me, sighed, and said "Hi." So I said Hi, and she laid her head back down and requested an Elmo song. It was kind of a comical scene.