Monday, December 8, 2008

Fa-la-la-la-uck Winter.

Well it MUST BE December in Wisconsin, because only here can you get 1/4 an inch of ice, then nothing, then be on the phone on your way home and suddenly get lost (on a trip you have made almost daily for your entire life) because it is snowing so hard you can't see the painted lines on the road anymore.
Well great. Happy freaking holidays to the rest of my fellow Wisconsinites braving it out tonight like I am.
Our first biggest snow of the season is supposed to hit tonight however, so I made sure I had a back-up at work in case I don't show tomorrow. It's not looking too promising right now, but that is the other cool thing about Wisconsin- they can see this big snow storm is going to hit and then nothing, so we will see I guess.
I haven't updated in a while and for that I am a little upset with myself. So much has been going on lately, and I am starting to lose that nice bit of energy I gained during the second trimester. As I get bigger, I get less comfortable in bed, therefore getting less sleep and more and more irritable, as I am sure the people I work with every day could attest to.
I passed my glucose test with flying colors, which I will admit was a little shocking. I was expecting to fail just like I did with Bekah, but nope. I was way below the line. So I am glad that I am out of the woods, but at the same time I feel a little bad for one of my girlfriends who was recently diagnosed with GD and is dreading the finger poking and diet. So I may do a sympathy diet with her to give her a little pick me up.
Have to round up Christmas cards, but I am having a real issue getting into the so called holiday spirit. I H A T E this time of year. To me, the only good thing about snow is that it melts. Bleck.
Well, this is all I have time for at the moment as I am going to sneak off and sit in the bath tub and read my book.
AND IF we really do get a snow storm, Kevin will be gone, Bekah will be whiney, and I will be here tomorrow to post again.
So seasons greetings, and for God's sake, I hope your winter is going better than mine!

Kristi Rufener


  1. Gosh Kristi, I am so thankful I live in the south!! Except for the fact that tonight they are predicting snow and they close all the stores and roads and people just hearing that there may be snow forget how to drive!! Congrats on your glucose test! I'm so proud of you! The new diet I got from the nutritionist is not so bad, it's actually too much to eat in a day! But just hearing of your support makes me feel better! I'm glad I decided to read your blog...I haven't heard from you in a while!!!

  2. hey, you haven't posted in a while, is everything alright?


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