Week 35 Anxiety
I really wanted Henry to take a picture of me on Tuesday, since I’ve not had many belly shots this go round. It was finally warm enough to wear the same green t-shirt that I am wearing here at nine months. I welcome month number nine on Monday.
I am somewhat craving belly shots to help me track if and when this baby has dropped. I told Heather I wanted her to take my picture today, but we ran out of time. I’m going to have to find a way to do it on my own.
My anxiety is mounting mainly because of these stupid web sites. Hence the lack of blogging. Posterous.com is closing down on April 30th and I have to figure out what to do with five web sites before then. I have made significant headway on four of them. Granted they just look bad. And when am I going to have time to fix them? And for the two largest web sites, does anyone even care? But my real concern is going round and round on redirecting my URLs. Maybe I need to lay it all out to the IT guys at my web service provider. And maybe it would have been easier to figure it out without Strawberry Shortcake’s Cherry Jam blaring in the background.
Then there is my web site. I am about to lose pictures to over 500 posts and the only thing I know to do is to find them on Flickr and manually reinsert every single one. Certainly there is an easier way. But I guess that I’ve got to hunker down and get started.
I’m very close to being ready if it weren’t for these web sites. I only need to wash my baby clothes and put them away. Well, that’s not true. But it feels like that is the last big project. Until I typed it. Maybe that is the last big project for this week.
Oh! And Lucy wants to spend every minute in my diminishing lap. Not next to my lap. But in my lap.
Did I mention that I delivered Lucy at 37 weeks? I have just over a week to get ready, which is why I haven’t blogged in four weeks. And of course, because my entire blogging platform has been turned upside down.
On the upside, the birds are chirping like crazy right now. Our robin family found a new place to nest. And I see that chopping down the dying Leland Cypress trees only moved our cardinals to the back yard. Today’s list includes hanging our hummingbird feeder so that we can greet a new family of birds as they arrive this week. That is my ideal form of nesting. Not anything related to the Internet!