I realize I haven't posted for almost a month! Here's what we've been up to...
Beginning of February- I experienced pain like none other in my stomach and soon realized a smidgen of what Clay had been going through for months...while on pills. To give you an idea...I got through the entire first season of Gilmore Girls in less than a week...basically because I got home from work, ate, and laid in bed till sometimes past midnight cause I couldn't fall asleep cause it hurt so bad! Lyme Disease ROCKS.
We went to our Doc appt around Feb 18th or something...and great news! We have Parvo! Or some sort of parasite. At least that's what we are thinking. Cause we shouldn't be feeling like death, and we were both on an anti-parasitic pill that you would think would get rid of the parasite, but no- it just angers it! So she took us both off that pill, and we are doing just dandy! Woopee!!!
I basically watch a LOT of tv. It's pretty annoying cause I feel like I have no life...but it's kinda all I can muster up the motivation to do.
It's March, which is basically great because that means it's BIRTHDAY MONTH! Yessss! That always makes me happy. I will be turning 23. On March 30th. Feel free to send me gifts or something :)
One thing that basically changed my life, was the non-cheat no bake cookie! Holla! This has been saving my never-ending cravings for chocolate.
exciting business (sarcasm), I've been working. Rah rah rah. Soooooooo fun.
See? This is why I haven't written in almost a month.
One thing also that we started was this chiropractor office in Pocatello that does intravenous vitamin C, hydrogen peroxide, hydrochloric acid, glutathione, and ozone. It's basically to help get our immune system up. Clay has already seen improvement! (He's been more times than me). So that's good. They treat lots of Lyme patients...but we feel like we need our Seattle Doc to fully kill off this thing.
I'm finding that being a sunbeams teacher is probably the hardest calling I've ever had. I've taught 3 different ages in primary, and this is by far the most emotional age group I've experienced. It's insane! One kid is like an escape artist. And I just really love how when I'm in high heels and this kid is bookin it down the hall in church, multiple people from the ward see him, giggle and smile at me. Oh, don't worry- it wouldn't help me at ALL if you grabbed him. Instead, I'll just chase him down until he runs into the PRIESTHOOD room where all the men are. No, I didn't go inside. I waited at the door and after like 5 minutes, some genius finally realized it'd be nice to grab him and bring him to me. Like I was going to chase around a 3 year old boy that is barely potty trained infront of a bunch of men. No thanks. Anyway- then there's the fact that like...2 of the kids for some reason decide that I'm not a very cool person and refuse to look at me or let me do anything for them. And occasionally glare at me. It's weird ya know? Last week they are fine with me, this week...nope? I tell ya, the most DRAMATIC age group I've ever taught. But you know...it's pretty funny when they pray without help. One girl kept trying to bless Thomas and Carl (dunno who they are) and a boy in the class kept interupting her and saying, "No, it's Thomas S MONSON" and she would say, "No it's Thomas and CARL" and they would go back and forth in the middle of her prayer. And last week one of the boys kissed another girl. On the lips, yep. My goodness.
Well...that's about it. Cya.