Friday, April 28, 2006

When enough is enough

Okay, so apparently two very pregnant women standing outside my window talking about packing their hospital bags and only fitting into their husbands shirts will make me run from a room and cry.

Good to know.

6 comments:

Bronwyn said...

At least you're being scientific about it -- look at all of the things you're learning! (Okay, maybe my lame attempt at humour is not what you need right now). It's amazing all of the things that can be upsetting now. I hate going to the grocery store, because it seems every aisle I turn down has at least mother/tot combo (or worse, mother/father/tot combo) that makes me want to turn and flee. Sometimes I feel like I'm in a video game, going from aisle to aisle in a blind panic searching for one with no babies or pregnant women in it. Usually it's the wine aisle, which has its own benefits... ;)

(((Big hug))) Hope you're weekend improves. We're having rather nice weather here in Montreal, so I hope you're getting it, too!

Sarah said...

Sometimes it's the totally normal conversations that you aren't even meant to be a part of that hurt the most! I've learned that about the conversations i hear over the cube wall in my office.

Nina said...

(((((HUGS)))))

Erin said...

(((((HUGS)))))

Denise said...

(((hugs))) It's tough when something out of the blue just sends you in a tailspin.

Nikki said...

((((HUGS))))