Saturday, December 06, 2008

Cranky

I need some food and we're not doing anything tonight, so I'm feeling particularly cranky right now. T ordered a pizza, so I will be getting some food soon. Hopefully that will help.

I also have to work on my niece's birthday present, but I'm too cranky to knit. I've been too cranky to knit quite often lately. But her party is in a week and I have to get it done.

Tomorrow E and little S are stopping over for a visit. He's 2 1/2 now. It's amazing how much time has passed. All of the pregnancies that happened while we were having our miscarriages are now toddlers turning 2. I think about how they'll probably be nearly 4 when we finally become parents.

I'm not sure what's going on with me right now. I'm not in a sane place. I don't really feel like myself. We spent hours waiting for a new tire today. We went shopping and we each bought a new pair of shoes. T also got a new travel mug which he is very excited about. I tried to take the mildew stains out of our canvas shower curtain by soaking in in Oxy*Cle@n for several hours, but the mildew stains are still there.

We need to do some cleaning, but I'm just in no state of mind to do that. I get frustrated with my job, but I definitely like being busy. I look forward to the weekend so much, and then I tend to get cranky when the weekend comes if we don't have enough things to do. I just feel so unsatisfied by everything all of the time. I think we're pretty busy for the next two weekends, so that is a good thing. Then it's Xmas with my parents and my brother, but I'm not sure we have plans for that weekend.

Pizza has arrived.

3 comments:

Almamay said...

We have another thing in common. I am terribly cranky when I'm hungry and I hate not having any food in the house. I'm not a big fan of cleaning but I like things nice and clean. I do like that Oxy stuff. Leave the curtains in overnight, that might do the trick.

Eileen said...

Glad you're getting your pizza. Maybe you'll feel better after you eat...pizza always helps:)

I agree...it is amazing how time passes and seeing the children in our lives growing up, while we're waiting for our first. It's tough realizing that we should have a child older than many of the ones of our families and our friends.

P.S. I'm glad to know you knit...I'm taking my first knitting class in the morning. I may hit you up for tips if it goes OK haha

DrSpouse said...

Oh, I sympathise with the too cranky to knit. I knit a lot (like you!) but sometimes I just can't face it - working out where I am, starting a new section, or doing more boring boring stockinette.