Tuesday, March 16, 2010

The Sun is Shining!

As you poor East Coasters are getting pounded with horrific weather, we in Southern California have had a nice taste of spring!

It's been sunny and warm for the past 3 days, and looks to stay this way for the rest of the week. Ah. It's times like this I remember why it's good to live here.

I learned that painting my toe nails while 31 weeks pregnant is no easy task. I'm really weird about my toes, so I think even another female was around who could paint them for me I would rather do it myself.

I don't like my feet being touched by anyone.

After trying to have a "relaxing" pedicure several times, I just gave up. There was nothing relaxing about it in my opinion!

As my 26th birthday looms around the corner, I am starting to really feel older.

I realized that Relief Society is my favorite part of church now. I never thought that day would come, but I find myself sitting in Sunday school watching the clock until its Relief Society time.

I see kids these days with their crazy 70's style hair and tight pants and just wonder what is going on. I guess that is attractive to some? I just don’t get it. If you are a boy and your pants are tighter than mine, we've got issues...

When Jimmy and I went shopping the other day, I had him try on this pair of men's red super skinny jeans. He is a good sport about stuff like that. He could barely get them on, but once he did oh boy. I was laughing so hard I had my first pregnant woman piddle incident. It was totally worth it though!

People in my house are surprised to see me out of bed past 9:30pm. I'll blame that one on the pregnancy I guess. I became anemic and starting taking iron supplements though, and those have really helped with my energy level.

Maybe I'll stay up until 11pm one night this week. Watch out, wild woman on the loose!!

3 comments:

Jessica said...

Liz, post a prego pic so I can see!!!

Sarah said...

Liz, you are so hilarious! I'm glad to hear everything is going well! I agree that you should post a picture! :-)

Scott & Audrey said...

I like your pregnant women piddle incident. I hope yours goes away after pregnancy unlike mine. Until I finally go to the dr I am forever going to have those piddle accidents unless I'm super careful.