There truly is no life like it

December 11, 2006 at 8:02 pm 4 comments

Sgt left a message on my cellphone last Tuesday. It went a little something like this.

“Call me. I have news.”

When ever Sgt says those three little words ‘I have news’ it can only mean a few things.

  1. He is being deployed to a wartorn country.  
  2. We are getting a posting notice.
  3. He has injured himself in some way and I need to pick him up at the infirmary.  

You have one guess as to what ‘the news’ is. Here’s a clue. He is not being deployed and I did not need to leave work early to pick him up at the infirmary. If you guessed number two I have some lovely dried prunes for you.

It looks like we will be moving to a new location this summer. No guarantees just yet, that will come sometime in March. If this pregnancy goes well and according to plan I will be selling this house, buying a new one, registering the wee soldiers at a new school, filing for unemployment and moving it all in mid-July. My due date is August 6.       

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On a more upbeat note … the SLW  is no longer a thorn in my paw. She has been fired for manipulating an account that was not hers, a violation of our Privacy Policy. I did a little jig upon hearing the news. T’was a glorious day for this gal.

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And when life seemed like it could not get any better … I pooped. Twice in one day. It was a beautiful moment. As promised, no details. Thank you all for your kind words and advice. It seems like both the prunes and the dried apricots did the trick. 4 of each every night before bed. I am still not regular but I will take what ever I can at this point.

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Entry filed under: Idle Chatter, Life in a Call Center, pregnancy #5.

Desperatley Seeking Defecation Is that an embryo in your tummy or do you just need to poop?

4 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Flicka  |  December 12, 2006 at 12:42 am

    Boo new posting but YAY POOP! At least something is going right.

    Reply
  • 2. Meg  |  December 12, 2006 at 4:10 am

    Twice in one day? No! I am considering myself lucky if it’s twice in one week!

    Well, moving is always exciting on some levels, I guess… not sure how it would go for a nine-month pregnant woman.

    *sigh*

    Reply
  • 3. Inglewood  |  December 12, 2006 at 1:22 pm

    Wow, twice in one day, I am a bit jealous. I have been clogging the toilet with my every 2-3 day movements…..

    Moving can be exciting, will you be able to handle it all? Do you have family that can help?

    Best of luck.

    Reply
  • 4. Vanessa  |  December 12, 2006 at 1:44 pm

    I’ll take my rewards in cash vouchers.

    😀

    Reply

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Me: 36, army wife and mother of two boys. Hoping for "one more miracle". We have tried the adoption route for almost 7 years and have recently changed directions. We are now down this road travelled by many, IF Blvd. 3 diui's, one BFN, two BFP and two heatbreaking miscarriages later we are at a crossroad ... do we try just one more time? Come along for the ride, be sure to have your tables in the upright position and your seatbelt firmly secured ... it is sure to be a bumpy ride.

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