"Life is not about waiting for the storms to pass.....it's about learning how to dance in the rain" Author Unknown
Thank you for all your comments on my last post. I needed and appreciated them.
On Sunday, what I thought was my period, seemed to dissipate. It was almost watered down and pink, then brown and then nothing! And then I thought "I can handle this." and then Monday it came full force. So, needless to say, I've had many ups and downs in the last few days.
The thing is, I don't know if I was pregnant. I hoped I was. I somewhat believed I was and I became even more convinced with each passing day. But I was too chicken shit to pee on the stick. I honestly hoped that I would be pregnant and I could ignore it for a few weeks. In my mind that was easier to bear, than actually knowing.
If I tested and it was positive, then I got my period, I'd be devastated. So, in a way, I felt like I was doing myself a favor. If I didn't "know" then I didn't have a reason to be upset. But now it's too late and every time I go to the bathroom I investigate the contents on my tissue and my mind goes there. I should have tested but I didn't and I couldn't.
We'll see what happens next month.* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
Last May, we had some scary weather, that involved lots of wind, a tornado warning and lots of hail banging on our kitchen windows.
Today, we had a similar occurrence. Only it was daylight, and not as windy, so I went outside to take pictures ;-)
Can you tell where Autumn likes to pee?
This reminded me of a snowball fight. Packing up your snowballs and piling them high, ready to take aim against the bullies in the neighborhood, or in my case, my older brother :-)
And this is our front flower beds. They look like they're covered in packing peanuts!
How's that for a hail storm? Gotta love Texas weather...