Wednesday, August 29, 2012
All I knew is when the first bought of severe sickness hit, I remembered the flavor and knew that's what I wanted. Now.
I tried to describe the Calippo to my husband. He hadn't ever heard of them or had one. My description went something like this:
"It's thick and long, like a penis - well not all penises of course - but its lemon and sweet and cold and it would make everything feel better right now... It's called a Calipso I think."
He came home with the pack of miniture Calippos (not Calipso!) and I was horrified to see that the packs were made up of half lemon (yay!) and half orange-lime. Really? Orange-Lime? Who makes up these flavors? Why don't they just stick to what they're good at?
Anyway, it hit the spot. Here's another company I should be buying shares in, I can see my pregnancy being a profit-making venture for them in a big way. Watch the stocks soar. I should be a stock market tipster.
Posted by Carrie at 6:13 PM
Thursday, August 16, 2012
And at $21 for a pack of 3 I'm at about $84 in, and that's just from this month...for the ones that were positive.
It's always after the fact you think about stocks and shares. Like now with the shares in First Response.
Before, it was the company that created the karyotyping that is performed after the the D & C. You know they take the 'products of conception' away and come back with a dissertation on its sex, age, what it would have studied in college. (OK, I exaggerate). You get my drift.
I've used that company a LOT and they charge a fortune. If only I had invested (sigh).
That's the lesson to take away from this, preempt your tragedy by investing in the high-priced scam you will be suckered into in a time of great anxiety or sorrow.
You can't say I don't give good advice.
Posted by Carrie at 7:51 AM
Friday, August 10, 2012
How does one choose a theme background for a high-risk-pregnnancy-after-recurrent-miscarriage blog?
I've no bloody idea. As you can see I went with the 'no-bloody-idea' design.
The basics are this. I don't do pregnancy well. I'm not getting any younger (my eggs are rotting as we speak), my husband wants another kid, my 9-year-ol wants a sibling and I want my body back.
I've had 6 miscarriages in 5 years with no known reason. I've seen more doctors than Joan Rivers and we can all see how its worked out for her.
The thing is, I'm pregnant (again) and this one just might stick, so you may as well come on the journey with me, my husband travels a lot so I have no one else to bitch to.
PS. This is the date I have chosen to start the blog because its the date we did the deed that got me pregnant. I want it burned into all our minds for all of eternity.
Posted by Carrie at 4:56 AM