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    May 31, 2007

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    Ms Planner

    OMG, you could NEVER be a boring blogger. I heart reading your posts. Thanks for the kind words about the baby shower. I appreciate your checking in on me and providing words of encouragement. When do we get to see the Watson bump pictures? :)

    xoxo, Ms Planner

    April

    Hi Watson,
    I don't find your blog boring at all. In fact, I find it quite the opposite. Your posts are witty and hilarious!!! I'm also enjoying following your pregnancy story. I just got a bfp on Sunday (12dpiui) and confirmed on Tuesday (14dpiui) and today (16dpiui). I am tired and crampy, but not much else. It is funny because I'm not craving pickles, but banana peppers are my new best friend. :) Please keep entertaining us with your posts and best wishes with the deforestation. Hehehehehe!

    Heather

    Oh good, let me know if that movie is good - it looks so cute! It is always the choice between wanting to see the cute animated flick and not break down crying at all the adorable little children...so I really need to weigh it out before I go.

    I totally think it is all water weight from the pickles - totally. I'm sure you still look fabulous, Dear.

    Smarshy

    Jee-ZUS. That had to be possibly the most boring thing I have ever read. Seriously. And I've read ALOT of boring shit. I'm not kidding, in the middle of your post, I had to look away and stare at my wall just to watch some of the paint begin to peel, because I needed a little excitement.

    Your posts are never boring, Watson. You have a devoted fan base and we're with you through good posts and bad. Plus, if getting pregnant does mean that posts lose some of their edge and pizzaz, well then I wish boring posts for everyone.

    My Reality

    Did you know that here in Canada you can get dill pickle potatoe chips? They are quite good! Where that came from, I am not exactly sure. I just felt that with your pickle obsession you need to know this.

    And Watson, the day you are boring is the day hell freezes over!

    Sarah

    SOOOOOOOO excited about your NT scan!!!! i totally understand the nerves, but i'm so excited for you! can't wait to hear all about it!!

    Nico

    Wow, time flies! Glad your nausea is subsiding, even if your pickle cravings haven't. How does it feel to be a cliche? ;-p

    I must agree with the others who said your posts are never boring. You are such a fabulous writer!

    Adrienne

    Far from boring, my dear. Pee-myself-laughing, you is.

    p.s. Would love to hear about the screening of Rat - I'm in the biz and am verrrry curious about what you think.

    Kath

    Dear Watson, you wouldn't know boring if it stared at you from the bottom of a dill-pickle jar, so I wouldn't worry too much about that. I'm glad everything is going well, though you could have been spared the foot cramps and the facial hair... but hey. Sending you all my best hopes for your scan.

    Anita

    Oh the foot cramps. How I loath the foot cramps. And the leg cramps. The only thing I have found to help so far is to eat a large banana everyday.

    You Boring? Never.

    SaraS-P

    How could we possibly be bored when you are the one writing it all down???

    JJ

    Ohhh you are NEVER boring--I look forward to getting my little notification on blog lines that you have updated!

    ali

    You forgot about the Ben & Jerry's down there at Haight-Ashbury. You can't forget the ICE CREAM, man!

    And I love reading everything you have to say, ALL OF THE TIME. Post a grocery list why don't you? I dare you. You would still be able to make it funny and charming. But hey, boring is great--we want things to go well, even if that means you become a total bore. ZZZZZ.

    Lady In Waiting

    I think all of your avid readers would agree (and I consider myself one!) that a little less drama can be a wonderful gift - one that you finally get the opportunity to enjoy!! I will still read your blog no matter what you write (or don't write) about. You are clearly a wonderful person and an incredibly interesting writer so it is a treat to have a window into your life.

    Ok, so I know that you are throwing up now with thoughts like, "Is Lady In Waiting trying to sell me something?" or "Is she a religious freak who is buttering me up before she offers me multicolored literature warning me that mosquitos are the instruments of the devil?"

    The sad thing is that I am truly this sappy. And you think that YOU are boring. Humph.

    I am really glad that everything is going well. Please let us know how the scan goes.

    May

    No no no no NOT boring. We want more, more facial hair, more pickles, more everything Watson. Please?

    Shanna

    Guess you don't come over and read my blog, eh? You want boring? There you go. ;) I keep coming back because I know that soon your mother is going to offer up some sort of non-medical treatment, for you foot cramps or facial hair, and I dare not miss a minute. ;) Love the blog and am so very happy that all is going well for you.

    Nikole

    You - boring? Impossible. I'm glad to hear that things are going well. Keeping everything crossed for a good scan.

    waiting line

    I don't think it's even possible for you to be boring.... Um, yeah, I just double checked - NOT POSSIBLE!

    And what the eff with those folks telling you anything about your weight? How about a nice cup of the shut the f*ck up, that's what I say!

    ...now I've got to go research the hell out of the street names in SF, thank you very much!

    Vanessa

    Did anyone else get a flashback of that 80's film "Red Dawn" with the way they screamed "Wolverines!" all the time?

    No?

    Um, never mind then.

    Karen

    Foot and leg cramps - yes, killer pain -- mean you need calcium. Doctors don't seem to know this. My daughter is a doctor and I had to tell her when she was pregnant. So drink a glass of milk or soymilk before you go to bed. Hopefully it will help. And, you are not boring!

    Ms. C

    I'm still wondering what the problem is with Haight and Ashbury...

    caba

    you aren't boring! i love reading about everyone's pregnancy experiences ... no foot cramps for me ... but i was talking calcium supplements, and i heard that helps with that ... so give it a shot!

    my only advice is that i wished away my pregnancy, cause i was sick through a lot of it, and i was worried about holding the twins long enough, so i just wanted it to be over so they were here and healthy and all that. Now that they are here, I wish that I had enjoyed my pregnancy more, especially since I probably won't ever be pregnant again. Good luck with everything! I'll be reading ...

    caba

    you aren't boring! i love reading about everyone's pregnancy experiences ... no foot cramps for me ... but i was talking calcium supplements, and i heard that helps with that ... so give it a shot!

    my only advice is that i wished away my pregnancy, cause i was sick through a lot of it, and i was worried about holding the twins long enough, so i just wanted it to be over so they were here and healthy and all that. Now that they are here, I wish that I had enjoyed my pregnancy more, especially since I probably won't ever be pregnant again. Good luck with everything! I'll be reading ...

    coffeegrl

    Honestly, I'm just happy to read about others going through the pregnancy experience - people who've been down a similar road leading up to the pregnancy...Other people I know (much more fertile than I of course) just don't seem to experience it the same way. It's reaffirming (NOT boring!) for me to read that someone else has been there before me and that this hellish nausea might in fact end at the 12 week mark!

    christina

    boring? PA SHA. sometimes sadistic? sarcastic? snarky? sure, but boring? no way, no how.

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