Thursday, September 20, 2007


I have an appointment with the trusty fertility doctor tomorrow morning. John's going with me. Which means at some point during the appointment there will be an awkward joke about condoms.

Because if you know my husband, you know the overuse of the word uterus and a giant drawer of condoms is a deadly combination.

Wish us luck!


Elizabeth said...

Nipples and Condoms! Our blogs are really going down hill. And fast.

Audrey said...

We have been praying for you guys! I hope all goes well tomorrow and you get the information that you need! MMMMMWWWWWAAAAAA!

Cary said...

Luck! I'm still praying about this.

Re: your comments over my way, unfortunately the idea of "Let Go, Let God" has become a cliche, therefore I never use it. I think most of the trouble with that idea has come by wanting to believe it but not actually changing anything about how we live. And I'm just talking from personal experience. We want to believe that God has control, but we ultimately want that to mean not having to get into situations of turning the other cheek or walking the second mile - in other words, if God is in control then no injustice. Jesus was forced into massive injustice - but without bitterness or anger - that's the ultimate control of God.

I think it is telling that many of the happiest people in the world are the least "successful." Should make us think about how we spend our time.