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the calm before the storm

I intended to take Meg to see the Help tonight, but she got out of work a few minutes late (we would have been rushing had she not) so we decided to bail on those plans. I tossed out the idea of mini golf, but we hadn't eaten dinner, so that was out.

We scoured the kitchen in search of something, but it was pretty much useless. SOOO...we drove to the grocery store and took a stroll down the organic aisle (I'm allergic to sulfites (preservatives), so we only eat organic food). We settled on mozzarella sticks and pizza stuffed pretzels (despite reading the caloric information). It wouldn't have been a true junk food fest had we not had some organic soda to wash it all down, so down the aisle we went.

Before we left the store, we stopped to check out the movies at redbox. Meg selected Season of the Witch, but then added Arthur to the cart (redbox conned her into renting it by telling her it would only cost an additional 50 cents!) lol!!!

So, now we're home. Our bellies are uncomfortably full and as much as I hate to admit it, Russel Brand is oddly entertaining.

I know Meg was really looking forward to seeing the Help, but I'd venture to say that tonight has turned into a great night. One thing's for sure, it reminded me of why I fell in love with Megan. She's the only person in the world that can make a random trip to the grocery store and a movie at home romantic and fun. <3

Oh, I almost forgot...tomorrow is Day 9. We're getting closer and closer to testing time (Meg just asked me when we can test) She's so cute sometimes. I feel calm, but also unbelievably anxious. Is that even possible?

I know I've said it before, but I REALLY hope this works.


  1. Meg and I are on the same schedule (tomorrow is my Day 9, too!) So I am following you all closely. Hoping this is "THE" cycle for you both!

  2. YAY!!! So excited to have a cycle buddy! I hope this cycle works for both of us!!! I go back and forth. On one hand I feel like it might and on the other I think I'm not that lucky. When are you going to test? You'll have to keep us posted!!!


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