Sunday, November 25, 2007

Anniversary

Today is our 2nd anniversary. We have reservations at a lovely restaurant called Oleana in Cambridge. We went there after our friends S&G got married. It was one of the five finest meals I've ever had -- up there with Blue Ginger. I hope it will be similarly magnificent this evening.

We were going to see a movie too, but the one we wanted to see is only playing in downtown Boston, so I'm not sure we're going to make it. Perhaps we will see a different one. Perhaps not. We did go see a movie on Friday. We hadn't been for a while. We thought the movie was excellent. It was the Coen Brothers' new movie, No Country for Old Men. Depressing as hell, but well acted, well done, and there wasn't a single baby or mention of a baby or pregnancy during the entire film. We considered it a win.

Thanksgiving was fine. It was nice to have the days off, and the food was delicious. Has some slight inter-family quibbling, which is annoying, but what can you do? Sometimes my two sisters-in-law butt heads a little. And they both talk to me about the other. I don't like it.

Last night I went to see E&R and little S by myself. T was too sad after hanging all weekend with my nieces and nephew. It is so cute how much some of my nieces love T. They head-butt his belly, they sit on his lap, the giggle while he teases them. T doesn't have much experience with kids, so it's nice that they get along so well. It's too bad that it makes him sad, though. But anyway, little S is such a toddler now. He's walking and talking and completely knows exactly what he wants at all times. He throws little tantrums when he's frustrated. I find it funny. Is that cruel of me? I always think little kids tantrums are funny. They are so easy to see through. I know it's frustrating when you have to deal with them all of the time, but until then I guess it will make me smile.

I've started crocheting a purse/bag for my niece for Chanukah. We draw names, and I drew hers. I hope she likes it. I'm going to make one similar for myself at some point. It's nice to craft again, though my finger is still numb.

I have a cousin that may have a job for me that is only 2 miles from my house. Not bad.

I have one more dose of Cl0mid and my first (and most likely only) monitoring is Wednesday. That puts me on track for a Friday IUI.

8 comments:

Susan said...

What's Thanksgiving without some family stuff thrown in? (my nana didn't show up because she's mad at us.) I'm glad you got to have a nice Thanksgiving and a nice movie. I wish you the best of luck with your IUI.

Susan said...

oops! Happy Anniversary to you both!!! I hope you have a lovely dinner. I lived in Arlington between semesters and I worked in Boston and Cambridge. I fell in love with Boston.

My Reality said...

Happy Anniversary!

Anonymous said...

Happy Anniversary. Hope the dinner is fab.
Can't believe it's coming round for your next DIUI again already. I hope the new donor brings new results. Will be thinking of you.
Clare

Somewhat Ordinary said...

Happy Anniversary! I'm wishing you all the best this Friday and hoping only good things come!

mary ellen said...

Happy Anniversary!

Sarah said...

hoping for great progress on wednesday, and best of luck for friday!!

ultimatejourney said...

I hope your anniversary dinner was delicious and things went well today!