I have the most wonderful husband in the entire world. You might think "no, I do," but you're wrong. Mine is better. Plus also, he's a HOTTIE. I think that the Children's Hospital policy about not allowing food and drink in the radiology "area" is wonderful, because all the poor kiddies there have had to
Our apartment is crazy. It's so hot during the day and so cold at night (unless you ask my husband. He can sleep under the AC, blasting ceiling fan, plus an extra little night stand fan and still be hot). So being the geniuses that we are, we figured out that perhaps we could achieve better climate control and therefore save money on our AC bill if we hung some sort of cloth to block the solar heat out. Here is our current solution:
We're thinking.... maybe.... just maybe.... we'll make the investment and get curtains. In case you're wondering, yes OF COURSE I'm watching Project Runway re-runs while baby girl naps and I blog. Duh. So here's the dilemma. We don't want to block out all of the light but we do want to block out as much solar heat as possible. Plus also we don't want to buy million dollar curtains. So I'm thinking I'll make them myself. What type of fabric would all of you geniuses in the blog world recommend for such an endeavor? We are talking about 2 windows that reach from, you know, one corner of our apartment to about 11 miles down the road. So they're going to be real big curtains. The nurse who worked with us at Children's today gave Cadence a pack of little toys and a book to take home today. So sweet! They are so good to us there. We are so incredibly lucky to have such a wonderful medical facility to treat my baby girl. I get either LASIK or PRK a week from tomorrow. Yes, either. I won't know which until the day of the operation. Which is nerve wracking because we've been told that if I have to have PRK (a very likely scenario) that I won't be able to care for Cadence on my own for 3 days. If I get LASIK I'll be good to go after like 24 hours. But if they do the wrong one for my eyes there are some pretty intense risks, so I'm praying that they'll make the right choice and we'll make it work and my poor husband won't go insane trying to hold down the baby fort all by himself. Also, it would be just stellar if my freaking headaches would go away when it's all said and done. Tomorrow I seriously have FIVE different things that I've been asked to attend. So I finally reached my breaking point and just decided that I would do the 2 that I was asked to do first and have already committed to and not stress about the other 3. Sorry peeps! Ok I think that's all that's on my mind. For this particular Thought Vomit Thursday, anyway. The End.